Following on from Part 1, we check out a few bikes we couldn’t quite fit in. There was just too many Enduro and Downhill weapons to fit in one article!

Brook Macdonald

NZ’s “Bulldog” Brook is on a Mondraker Summum fresh from world cup duties.

Brook Macdonald and Mondraker Summum

Jake Newell

Jake’s on a new deal this year with Norco among a few other new sponsors. Here he is with his Range

Jake Newell’s Norco Range

Rae Morrison

Joining the Cannonball festival for the first time this year is NZ’s Rae Morrison. The enduro specialist is aboard a Liv Hail with DVO suspension, much like team-mate Josh Carlson’s Giant Reign.

Rae Morrison’s Liv Hail

Josh Carlson

Josh is aboard his Giant Factory Racing Reign. We’ve had a detailed look at Josh’s Reign in our interview over here.

Josh Carlson’s Giant Reign

Remy Morton

Big time air trick merchant Remy’s on a Santa Cruz V10, with Rockshox suspension, Crankbrothers wheels and Code brakes.

Remy Morton’s SC V10

Luke Ellison

The 2nd place finisher at the 2016 Cannonball Downhill has been quietly putting together a new deal with Ride Sports to race on a Kellys Noid 90, supported by NS Dynamics and Maxxis. We reviewed the little brother to this bike, the Noid 70 recently.
Unfortunately, a recent injury prevented Boogs racing on the weekend.

Boogs and Noid 90

Photos: Simon Noble & Matt Rousu