Wyn off of New Zealand stoked to back over in Europe and really looking forward to his favourite morning snack of bread meat and cheese. Stylish as ever and looking team to go with it with a fresh bike. I found him in the pits after practice to have a cha
Wyn off of New Zealand stoked to back over in Europe and really looking forward to his favourite morning snack of bread meat and cheese. Stylish as ever and looking team to go with it with a fresh bike. I found him in the pits after practice to have a chat. "[audio url="http://cdn.coresites.factorymedia.com/dirt_new/wp-content/uploads/2014/06/Wyn_audio.mp3"]

During our track walk gallery there was talk of the track being packed down smooth here at the World Cup Fort William, it was going to be interesting to see how the riders got on in Friday's practice session. There seems to be mixed feedback in the pits today, some said it was great and others feel it might have lost some of the edge and roughness that we all know Aonach Mor for.

Either way it was time to put tyres to stone and Laurence Crossman-Emms was up on the hill to capture all the action and chat to some riders.

If you enjoyed this make sure to click through the links below for more coverage of the event.

Video Highlights - 2014 Fort William DH World Cup - Practice

2014 Fort William World Cup: DirtTV Wyn Masters Practice Day Pit Chat

Fort William - 10 Years of World Cup Racing