Monday, May 13th, 2019
Nukeproof bikes and kit was out racing at the Enduro World Series and The UK Downhill Series.
After Sam broke on Thursday rolling out on his new Mega 290 (Click Here), it was awesome to see him up at front of the pack challenging and coming away with a big haul of points with an awesome 5th position.
Elliott Heap put in a storming ride to clinch a top 20 finish in elite in 19th overall, no small feet as he had been off the bike for a few weeks prior to the race with injury.
Kelan Grant once again racked up a solid 39th with some great stage times and looked fast on track.
Christo Gallagher from WideopenMag- Nukeproof also put in a amazing performance with a 49th overall. Thanks to his team mate Chris Hutchens for taking over our Instagram and covering Sunday’s race live from trackside. Click here for their track diary
The annual pre-World Cup Downhill World Cup was up at Fort William for the second round of the UK Downhill Series. Adam Brayton put in a super strong performace to get a 3rd overall for Hope Factory racing on his new Nukeproof DISSENT.
Team WideopenMag- Nukeproof’s Connor Smith and Dan Cope were representing in their new Kashmir kit on their new DISSENT’s. A strong result for the pair with Connor crossing the line in 5th and Dan in 6th in Youth.
Local legend Alistair Maclennan also put in a storming performance to win his category on his Nukeproof.
Well done to all the team.
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