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Team Aston Hill is a regular fixture on the UK downhill circuit these days. But this year’s group of full-throttle riders comes with a new name, Aston Hill-Lovelo.This is a team that trains at one of England’s most demanding downhill centres - and it shows.Aston Hill-Lovelo are strong in depth, with a membership spanning from Youth right the way to Grand Veteran categories. And after early-season podiums at the National Downhill Series, expectations are at an all-time high.“My personal ambition is to be on the podium at every round of the British National Series,” says team manager Joe Killner. “As for the...

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Downhill, Lourdes, Mudhugger, Pinned TV, World Cup -

UCi Downhill World Cup Lourdes France 2017 Pinned TV get trackside at the Downhill MTB world curp in Lourdes. Race day asction and pre Race intervies oh and a very very drunk Phil Atwill... Enjoy, we did!Thanks to everyone who volunteered to take part in this  Jamie and Bruce.

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BDS, Downhill, Fort William, NX2MTB, O'Neal -

Fort William... what a track! We headed up there on Thursday and got there late at night. Then was the first day of practice on the Friday which definitely woke me up. The track was so dusty and loose at the top and my tyres were drifting everywhere! But my main focus was getting the motorway section done, i ended up clearing them with no one towing me in on my last run down. (I think it's fair to say i overjumped the Tissot). The Saturday was eventful with a slide out at the top I cut my lower arm...

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Mudhugger Shorty, Stealth Riders -

Great Review from the guys over at Stealth Riders, Enjoy. You’re the same as me I reckon. You’re always looking for the latest upgrade to your bike that’ll make you radder than Danny Hart, gnarlier than Kurt Sorge or rowdier than Olly Wilkins. You spend hours researching the latest tech, suspension models, wide rims and weight saving options. However, something that is often overlooked is one of the things that keeps your eyes on the prize. Goggles or glasses are important, but what really matters is a top-notch mudguard to keep the mud, dog eggs and other trail terrors at...

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About Mudhugger -

We’ve been riding MTB since the late 80’s when the first mountain bikes came into the UK from the States and been loving it ever since. Back then we used it as a way of getting out in the mountains and keeping fit for our summertime climbing adventures, or when the weather was too wet to climb. Fast forward some thirty years and ignoring a few years in the wilderness spent on golf courses (don’t ask), we’re enjoying riding off-road more and more with each passing year. When dropper posts and good LED lights became available/affordable the style and type...

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