Articles by: gravitydownunder

Video: Loic Bruni Talks

Our friends over at Misspent Summers, who put together the Hurly Burly Book gave a copy to 2018 World DH Champion, Loic Bruni and asked him to talk through it. A fascinating insight into the season of the world champ. Yes, at 37 minutes long it does take a while, […]

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Intense Announces 2019 Factory Race Team

Well, possibly the worst kept secret in 2019’s #teamrumours is announced. Aaron Gwin will be racing for Intense Factory Racing, along with Jack Moir and Neko Mulally. With Gwin becoming team owner and a new manager in Gwin’s long-time trainer Todd Schumlick, the team will definitely be one to watch […]

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2018 DH World Cup Series: Memorable Moments

With 2018 now a memory and firmly in the lead-up to the 2019 World Cup & Championships series, we thought we’d go over some of the highlights and memorable moments for us Aussies. A year that overall saw a few disappointments in some areas, with some rule changes meaning sometimes […]

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Bikes of Cannonball : Part 2

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. Rae Morrison Joining the Cannonball festival […]

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Cannonball MTB Festival : Part 4

Our final article from the 2018 Cannonball Festival covers Sunday and the Australian Open Downhill! Heavy Rain, Haste and Haircuts Photos: Matt Rousu // Words: Gravity Down Under Sunday and the final event on the Cannonball MTB Festival calendar: The Commencal Australian Open Downhill. Far from ideal conditions rolled in, […]

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