Our Gravity riders were working hard out there this past weekend to grind out some stellar results. Gravity brand ambassador, Charlie Sponsel, clocked in a second best time overall at the NW Cup in Port Angeles, just weeks after winning the Dog River Super D race. Another mentionable placing was Jake Grob of the Gravity/Transition racing team, who got 4th in the same race. Meanwhile in Oregon, Dennis Yuroshek found himself in the top 10 (10th) in the Pro field at the Ashland Spring Thaw DH race. Well done all around from our Gravity riders and we look forward to what else they have in store for us!
Charlie Sponsel- “Stoked to take home second place this weekend at the NW Cup in Port Angeles. I had some big crashes and troubles in practice, and wasn’t feeling good on my bike or the course. I qualified six seconds off the pace on Saturday and knew I needed Read more
Garett Buehler is featured in this film pulling off some riding that takes guts and skill. This is what Buehler had to say about his experience:”I loved this shoot, the whole mission was a daily push, but the rewards were always worthwhile, I always love checking out new areas and seeing what the potential is, and all though this spot was a bit more rugged then many I’ve been to, I’m stoked on how things turned out!”
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Article courtesy of Margus Riga of Pinkbike. You can check out the full article here
Kelly is from Nelson New Zealand and lives part time in Whistler, BC.
Mike Hopkins is a Professional Mountain Bike Athlete bred from Canada’s B.C. Interior. He grew up amidst the outdoor driven community of Rossland,
Charlie Sponsel is from Portland, Oregon and runs the Team Robot Blog and Writes for Pink Bike. He also sends it further than you on the weekends.