James Purvis tastes some Cheshire loam - Dirt

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James Purvis tastes some Cheshire loam

Lots of corner bashing, the odd dangerous huck and a lovely face full of dirt

Check out Propain Dirt Zelvy young gun James Purvis leave his home in the North East behind and sample some of the world class dirt Cheshire has to offer. Accompanied by Doritos, Muffins and the occasional face full of dirt, hit play and check out Purvis full throttle.

Images: Tom Caldwell

The Geordie boy has been nailing the BDS results this year, with several podiums and a win at Bala. He’s had bad luck at the World Cup rounds but is looking to rectify that at finals in Andorra and then onto world champs where he was selected for the GB junior squad in Val di Sole.

Standing proud with his steed. The Propain TwoFace covered in the finest loam in the land. Accompanied by the Zelvy wheels and fancy Funn finishing kit.

Flat out and sideways. This corner has an arrow straight, steep run in. Lucky for us it had just rained so was unbelievably slick.

There we go. Lots of corner bashing, the odd dangerous huck and a lovely face full of dirt. It’s just a shame he got an eye infection from being buried head to toe in the stuff.


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