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  • Crankworx DH Rotorua live
  • Brainflex
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    kayak23
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    The course looks good going by Rob Warner’s preview.

    kayak23
    Full Member

    That was really good.
    What a track. Some big jumps in it.
    Jaynay had a serious moment on one ūüė≥

    Well done people who won ūüĎŹ

    soobalias
    Free Member

    Rob W was excellent, much more realisitc, really made me chuckle 2:15 & particularly the bail out at 2:54*
    were they both on e-bikes? not that his chain lasted very long

    *fully realise i’d not even get down that

    no_eyed_deer
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    Since moving to Rotorua from the UK 4 years ago, I‚Äôve never made it to Crankworx‚Ķ ūüėā What am I missing? Is it actually worth going to? Stuggling to feel all that motivated TBH ūüėā

    FWIW, I went to Red Bull Hardline a while back and it was like… ohh.. kay.. I suppose. Walk up the hill, see riders, walk down the hill, see some more riders. Get back in the car. Drive home.

    Does it help to be drunk and with a load of mates rattling cow bells? With me not having any friends into MTB*, and not drinking anymore, that is maybe problem also.
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    * Actually, don‚Äôt have any friends at all TBH anymore, but that‚Äôs a bit off-topic ‚Äď might just be a mid-fourties thing ūüėā

    reeksy
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    It’s a mid-fourties emigrant thing.

    mtbfix
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    I’ve only watched the ladies race so far. Not what you’d call a stacked field in terms of name talent, but I guess that this is probably always going to be the case on a more generalist, smaller tour than the UCI. Rob, Tracey and Elliott were as good as ever. Robs course preview said a lot about how good Claudio was at those things.

    fazzini
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    It’s a mid-fourties emigrant thing.

    It‚Äôs a late-fourties thing too, emigrant or not ūüėā

    blastit
    Free Member

    Watched it all ,great track and commentary from Warner Tracey Hannah . Good to see him go down track with Jess Blewit , shows it is a bit tricky. Just need more big players dong it, it was more like a national race ,lots of locals with a few internationals .

    noeffsgiven
    Free Member

    I’ve been watching Bernard Kerr and Janaynay’s YouTube channels recently and New Zealand looks awesome for biking, a definite place to move to if my numbers come up, that track was bordering on unrideable just a few days ago, surprising how fast it can change, hopefully crankworx builds in popularity in the next couple of years and gets a fuller field of riders or UCI add Australia & New Zealand to the calendar.

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