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The stages this year were very blown and it was going to be the race of the year in terms of holding on.
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I setup my bike a bit different to Aspen, up on the travel on the fork again to подробнее на этой странице />Big brakes lots of extra compression to handle the bumps.
An FTD front and rear to help with punctures.
With the extremely dusty trails in practice, we were greeted once again with rain, before the race and drizzle and showers on the day.
This would make the first stage of the day slippery places but almost perfect conditions for the rest of the day.
Dropping in for the first stage I was ready to go.
Speed was there and pushing on I had a crazy stage.
Two crashes on slippery roots but not a lot of time lost and a good feeling.
Arms were feeling like rocks at the finish!
Stage 2 was physical short stage and had a lot of rock rollers.
I didn't enjoy this stage in practice as it didn't have as much flow as the other stages but in the race it worked for me and I put in a solid stage.
With rain showers climbing up to stage 3 I got a little cold and dropping in I felt stiff for the first corners.
Getting into the run towards the end of the stage was a little late but that's racing.
After a tech stop and then the longest climb of the event, we were at the last natural stage of the weekend before the bike park stage.
This stage was extremely dusty and razor sharp rocks.
Hitting something at the start of my run I was sure I had a front flat tire but luckily the air held and I could continue without issue.
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A bit of work on the cable tension helped get it to hold a gear and with the last stage of the weekend, I had a solid stage to finish.
Definitely a tough race on the body and bike but very happy to finish in 22nd without any major injury or mechanicals.
Coming to Whistler this year I knew it would be the last roll out here for me.
It's been one hell of a ride but the time is now right for me to hang my boots.
Finale Ligure in October will be my last official race and then I plan to be at home a lot more next year to get into a few projects and more time spent with my family and kids.
My wife and I have just purchased a block of land which used to hold National Downhill Переходник 1/2- 7/16 Hex (1шт) MILWAUKEE 48660061 Cross Country races when I was in my DH career.
It's been many years since the tracks were used and with the trees cut from the land two years ago, a lot of work needs to be done to get them reinstated.
We have just replanted 28 hectares in trees so now it's time to get the tracks back in.
We plan to have accommodation on the property so anyone wanting to come visit NZ do some trail building get in contact!
I'll also be coaching next year so I won't be completely from the industry; two wheels once in the blood stays for life I believe!
I'd like to take this opportunity to thank the people who have influenced my racing career.
My manager Martin Whiteley, the guidance, professionalism and friendship, thank you.
Jason Marsh for the first years of help while in Europe.
Teaching me to sneak into hotels in Switzerland to get free showers haha!
Gery Peyer for the two seasons on the Suspension Center team when I got my first World Cupand for putting me up in Bern,for the summer.
Chris Conroy, Hoog and the Yeti Cycles crew for signing me up.
Damion Smith for coming and getting me when I broke my collarbone at a race while he was on vacation.
The Trek crew, Ray Waxham and the awesome engineers especially Dylan Howes.
Mark Fitzsimmons from Fox, many years and some really good times.
Justin Frey for the tuning, awesome years.
My mechanics over the years especially the late Chris "Monk Dawg" Vazquez, thanks for keeping the bikes running sweet.
Ben Arnott for beingand soigneur Paul Schlitz you are awesome!
Never knew anyone who brought a keyboard to a race and played in the pits while we were practicing.
The Canyon crew, Flo RIPLarry for being an incredible mechanic and then stepping up to being Team Manager.
Fabien Barel for advice and belief.
To all my teammates over the years, these are the people who really make the races good times.
Sharing lines and setups and good mates!
My coach Steve, cheers for keeping me fit and on посмотреть еще />Adidas Sport eyewear, David and Reini thank you for the support with this diary and everything else you do for our sport.
Théâtre des Opérations, Jean-Pierre Coupé for advice help and getting these Diaries translated into five languages.
Lastly my awesome wife Victoria and all the teamleov family.
You can't do this game without a strong support network at home!
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I'll definitely miss the race write ups on PB and previously NZ Читать больше too, they're always well written and really insightful.
On a personal note, I'd like to thank you for a year or so worth of free NZ Mountainbiker magazines.
A friend bought your house your families?
He never really say why unless I missed it.
I saw the family and kids mention.
Too competitive, too old, too risky, no drive?
All of the above?
One fast and friendly dude.
Good luck in the next chapter and thanks for the inspiration bro!!
Sounds like you have an awesome future lined up.
Land restoration is so important, I'm so stoked you're into revitalizing some old tracks and trees!
Plenty of people in Nelson that know how to build a propper trail.
You are such a class act and it was an honor to be a part of your career!
We'll see you out on the trails!
Awesome career, it's been a blast following you.
Keep us posted on your coaching mate!
I could definitely use even a fraction of your skills and experience.
Thanks for the clue on your future plans, very cool.
Build life up with your hands, my friend.
Deserved far more podiums than he had.
I hope one увидеть больше you would teach me to ride!
Well done Justin old mate.
Can't wait to see the gentree back in action too.
Don't let them seal Taylors pass road either!
Hovewer I don´t Think I go to NZ to help out with your trails.
Best of luck anyway!
I can't wait to get back down to NZ and ride with you again, and you are always welcome in Utah!