If you happen to be building a new World Cup Downhill Team and are looking for talented riders get in touch with Joe Smith.
Joe Smith has revealed that he won’t be riding for Propain Factory Racing this coming season but worryingly has also revealed he doesn’t currently have a ride for the 2020 season either.
2020 brings a new start for me and I’m currently looking into what opportunities are available. All I can say is I’m still super keen and motivated to race/ride my bike to the best of my ability. If there’s any brands out there who would be interested in supporting my program for 2020 and beyond I welcome any questions. I want to say thanks to @propainfactoryracing and all the sponsors for 2019, it certainly wasn’t a great year for me with plenty of crashes and niggling injuries but also some great results and plenty of fun times with the crew. Cheers guys 🍻 you know who you are 👊🏼. .Joe Smith Instagram
This year has seen some major shake-ups for the Downhill World Cup, from Unno leaving the DH race scene, Jack Moir leaving Intense, and FMD moving to Canyon, but we just hope Joe manages to secure a deal in the coming weeks!