2015 Sea Otter Pro Men's DS Quailfying Results Luca Shaw 1:09.73 (combined) Brian Lopes 1:10.30 (combined) Michael Hannah 1:10.37 (combined) Kyle Strait 1:10.57 (combined) Martin Maes 1:11.27 (combined)
The Intense M16 is a pure performance machine with a World Cup pedigree. The result of over two decades of design and innovation, the M16 is the total package for DH riders seeking an edge. With 27.5 wheels and 215mm of adjustable Virtual Pivot Point suspension, the M16 will chew up anything you throw at it.
In the premiere episode of THE SYNDICATE, watch as Ratboy, Greg, and Peaty prepare for the 2015 season, and race the first World Cup at Lourdes, France.
Going into it’s second year the SRAM TLD Team’s young squad of Luca and Walker Shaw along side Cross Country specialist Russell Finsterwald are set to take on the UCI World Cup DH and XC circuit and Enduro World Series in 2015.
Trek World Racing’s junior rider Laurie Greenland started the 2015 World Cup season by landing yet another podium, while crashes marred the Elite Men’s race where Brook MacDonald finished 12th for the day.
The standout ride for the team came on Saturday when Laurie qualified fastest in the juniors by close to 3 seconds over his rivals and in a time that would have qualified him 9th in Elite Men. His middle sector was only 0.5sec off fastest qualifier Loic Bruni (FRA), but unfortunately in the race run on Sunday Laurie arrived at a corner in sector 1 that had been blown out and had no chance to avoid it as he was already committed to his line. He didn’t crash but lost time coming to a complete stop on an important section for carrying momentum. Despite losing over 2 seconds he pulled back all but 3 tenths to finish 2nd. Laurie now sits 2nd in the overall World Cup standings heading to Fort William.