Yes you read correctly! We have new riders with a good MTB track record. We will be posting their bios up shortly. Keep posted! Quinton Unfortunately my GoPro died for the finals in yesterday's @eswgames Snow 4 cross. So here is a less exciting run from qualifying earlier in the day. Once you figured out
“We are happy to be involved in this years Red Bull Valparaiso Cerro Abajo. Logan is more than ready for this challenge and we are excited! We’re ready to carve our name in this years race with only one thing in mind: winning!” -Quinton Spaulding Valparaiso will hold one of the most awaited, adrenaline-fuelled, exhilarating
Check out the KHS fellas on the Vegas strip and the Bootleg trails. Vegas seems to be a GREAT place for MTB.
The KHS team made their way up to Mammoth Lakes, CA for the final round of the Pro GRT series. Coming into the finals Logan Binggeli was siting in 3rd place overall, and in order to take the title he needed the win, and the current leader at the time, Shane Leslie had to finish
We arrived at Snowshoe under beautiful sunny summer skies, and enjoyed the riding and weather all the way up to race-time Sunday, when the heavens opened up and we experienced a torrential downpour just in time to make track conditions near impossible. We accomplished exactly what we wanted to on the east all said and done. Logan Binggeli
Going into Windham we had to be conservative and calculated, we couldn’t afford any unforced errors. A solid result was turned in from Binggeli (6th place), not on the podium but close enough to remain in the hunt for the overall title. We departed early that next week for Snowshoe Resort in West Virginia, and the second
We came out of Killington with a solid result, even with Logan’s crash he finished 13th, but we were looking for the big W, and wanting to get back into the points lead. From there we travelled onto Mont Sainte Anne, Quebec Canada, for the penultimate stop on the UCI World Cup Circuit.