The bike manufacturer YT finally shares its secret and presents its first downhill World Cup racing team named, The YT Mob. None other than American Aaron Gwin along with Spanish youngster Angel Suarez will stir up the downhill world, while the team will be operated by 23 Degrees Sports with Martin Whiteley as Team Director.
Dates have been confirmed for the 2017 season and entries are now live on the British Cycling (BC) Website. Direct links can be found on the Entries page. Entry Types 1) Standard online entry – £75 from now. 2) Day Entry or if you have a manual entry but don’t pay until the day of […]