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Wednesday Worlds Bumper Pit Randoms

A bumper collection of images from the pits at Mt Stromlo, Canberra. The 2009 World Mountainbike Championships is sure getting exciting.

British junior racer Danny Hart is riding a custom Lapierre “Froggy”, built with the same geo as his downhill bike just grams lighter.

Lorenzo Suding lived up to his “FYA” motto yesterday when he tried to wipe out the DirtTV Crew. (Watch the video)

Nathan Rennie has lost kilos for his Worlds title shot. Second last year, Rennie will be one to watch for sure.

Steve Peat’s V10 gets pimper by the day, come Sunday this rig will be a work of art.

New Zealand junior rider Aari Barret with his Scott Voltage FR, will definately be a contender for the gold.

Dan Atherton’s worlds 4x weappon.

Fionn Griffiths has a super trick homemade “ramp up” device on her Norco.

Mitch Delfs reckons his Morewood is the nicest looking bike in Stromlo.

…while Nathan Rennie reckons his Ute is the pimpest looking Ute in town, and I’ve got to agree with him there. Makes my old Caddy look positively agricultural.

Folk were expecting areo dynamic fairings and scoops on Tracy Moseleys bike following the Trek tunnel test. We’ll see if anything appears on race day.

This is what’s known as an Aussie Burger. Pineapple, bacon, burger, lettuce and what looked like a slice of beetroot at the bottom, allwashed down with a cup of chips.

Emmeline Ragot, flat out.

Floriane Pugin, sporting the single crown setup.

Photographer Sven Martin’s Camp-er van.

Mick Hannahs (2009 World PumpTrack Champion) mechanic works on another contender for the nicest looking bike in Canberra award.

Not everyone at Stromlo is too worried about how their bike looks.

Photos: Bruce Trailmix.

Matt Scoles. Photo:James Allan.

Sam Hill. Photo:James Allan.

Rhys Willemse.Photo:James Allan.

Wednesday Worlds Randoms


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