Remember the 80s? Mountain biking was in its infancy, Michael Jackson ruled the music world and Tony Seagrave still had hair!

Check out FMD racing's retro-tastic team launch that features tutus, aviators and bouffants that are better left as kindling (and boy would they go up!) - not a bad effort from three riders who weren't even alive at the time!

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jamie-kaos

It looks like it's all things stay the same for FMD with Transition providing the bikes (although they'll be spending a full season on the TR11 this year) and Muc Off continuing second sponsor duties.

Tahnee Seagrave will be leading the charge in the women's field and you have to feel like the overall title is hers for the taking this year after winning three rounds last year.

Kaos will be making the jump up to Elites this year and will be bringing his awesome style as well as looking for some strong results after being a regular on the junior podium last year.

Finally, Jamie Edmondson will be heading to his first World Cups as the team's junior rider. He was Scottish Champioin last year and we're excited to see how he mixes it up with the other hungry young 'uns

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jamie-ride-dan-hearn

Muc Off said: "Transition / Muc-Off Factory Racing presents, the most radically gnarly bodaciously awesome mountain bike production since that Canadian bloke jumped off a house.

"Starring Tahnée ‘the one with the blonde hair and the pink tutu’ Seagrave, Kaos ‘This is totally my real hair and not in any way a wig’ Seagrave and Jamie ‘do I really have to be the top gun character in this’ Edmonson.

"Directed by Robbie ‘pretty handy with a camera’ Meade. Produced by and after much arguing and deliberation by Tony ‘The Bossman’ Seagrave and Elliot ‘That beardy bloke from Muc-Off’ Withers.

"Assistant Camera shots by Jack ‘I rode a mountain bike once’ Edmonds and Harry ‘did you hear about the time I nearly died’ Wood."