Chris will be using the 5” travel Konig with a Marzocchi 55ATA Micro and the Ducat jump bike equipped with a Marzocchi 4X WC. Chris will also have a 7” travel Maelstrom freeride bike with a Marzocchi 66 RC3 fork when a little more travel is needed.
He said: “I’m stoked to ride the new Corsair Konig. It’s great to have a bike designed purely for the riding I do rather than adapting a bike that isn’t totally up to the job. Also, working with a smaller company will give me the chance to have some input into the bikes.”
Corsair brand manager Dan Jones said: “We are really pleased a rider of Chris’s calibre wanted to ride for Corsair bikes. We worked with Chris last year when he rode on Marzocchi forks so when the opportunity came to link up again, we jumped at the chance.”
Chris will be attending many events this year including; Adidas Slopestyle, Braun 26 Trix, Bike Radar Live and Crankworx.