Tech Spots and Pit Chat: Fort William Special Podcast from Making Up The Numbers

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George has been up to Fort William to chat to folks in the pits before the racing kicks off. He’s also sent us a very interesting collection of photos. NB: There’s no video version for this episode. Enjoy, sports fans!

Pit Chat from the 2024 Fort William World Cup featuring (in order of appearance)…

Part 1

  • Dan Bladon
  • Reece Wilson & Joe Krejbich
  • Will Longden
  • Aaron Gwin
  • Emilie Siegenthaler
  • Ed Masters
  • Matt Walker (NZ) & George Brannigan
  • Tom Lloyd
  • Dom Platt

Part 2

  • Alan Milway
  • Grant Wildman
  • Ethan Craik & Rich Simpson
  • Jordi Cortes
  • Martin Whitely
  • Neko Mulally
  • Andi Kolb
  • Dan Slack
  • Henry Kerr

Part 3

  • Ian Warby 
  • Seth Sherlock
  • Angel Suarez
  • Dan Slack
  • Phil Seton
  • Adam Brayton
  • Charlie Hatton
  • Wyn Masters
  • Joe Breeden
  • Bernard Kerr
  • Jenna Hastings
  • Jack Reading
  • Nuno Reis
  • Tahnee Seagrave
  • Luke Williamson
  • Sam Blenkinsop
  • Taylor Vernon
  • Matt Walker (GB)
  • Finn Iles
  • Nathan Carr

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Fort William Tech Spots! 

About half of the 700 tyres Schwalbe will distribute this weekend
Check those grips on Joe Breeden’s Intense
Dak Norton’s Race Bike – Check those bars out
Fresh Schwalbe rubber on Nuno Reis’ RAW
Greg Minnaar’s Norco
Greg Minnaar’s Norco with braking telemetry
Matt Walker’s Race Bike
New river gap is a bit spicy
New Start Ramp straight from the restaurant
Reece Wilson’s Race Bike
Suspension Trickery on Joe Breeden’s Intense

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After taking a 17 year break from exercise, George rediscovered mountain bikes in 2008. Six years later, at 40 years of age he started racing Downhill and the following season somehow ended up on the Revolution Bike Park Race Team. As the other members of the team fought for podiums and National Series victories, George searched for mid-pack mediocrity. In a bit to add some value #makingupthenumbers was born; a blog about their race weekends and in particular life towards the back of the field.

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