Even though some of the sections haven´t ever been changed over all the years. The track is constantly evolving, making it challenging for the riders year after year.
Rachel Atherton has never won a Fort William World Cup but is very keen to change that this weekend trying to keep the momentum from Val di Sole.
Classic view on the drive up to the Nevis Range. In the background you can see the track winding down its way from the lift station.
Two huge tables, a long step down and two corners. That´s the new motorway section down at the bottom. So we will see less pedaling and more sick airtime here this year.
Start view over the Scottish highlands.
Warm up your eyes. Danny Hart is going to shine tomorrow and it will be all for charity. Can´t wait!
Mechanic Dave Garland was building up a special bike for this weekend. A polished Giant Glory with special "Help for Heroes" decals, a charity to raise money for fallen soldiers. [audio url="http://cdn.coresites.factorymedia.com/dirt_new/wp-content/uploads/2012/06/Audio_Dave_Garland_FW.mp3"]
Dirt editor Mike Rose sorting the visual timeline. There will be a small photo exhibition again this year with some of the best pictures from all the Fort William World Cups. So if you are here over the weekend make sure to stop by.
From top to bottom. Gnarly and rough rock sections take turns with an endless number of loose gravel corners. After that roots and stumps are waiting in the woods before you can fly over the smooth new motorway section into the finish area.
Long way to the Fort. Back to back World Cups are not an easy job for all the team staff, especially when you have to drive almost 1500 miles in between venues from Italy to Scotland.