Omsk Open Russia. C1 race Results
1 Yoshitaku NAGASAKO JPN 22 50 50
2 Evgeny KOMAROV RUS 27 45 45
3 Boris PONOMAREV RUS 20 40 40
4 Aleksandr KATYSHEV RUS 19 35 35
5 Evgeny KLESHCHENKO RUS 23 30 30
6 Vladimir BURLEVICH RUS 25 28 28
7 Vladislav NEYASKIN RUS 21 26 26
8 Konstantin GALYAMOV RUS 23 24 24
Men Elite Finnish National Championships
1 Tommi LEHTONEN FIN 22 30 30
2 Juuso MÄENPÄÄ FIN 24 20 20
3 Jukka MÄENNENÄ FIN 28 15 15
4 Jani VESIKKO FIN 28 10 10
5 Jukka PEKKILÄ FIN 39 8 8
6 Aku MÄNTYNEN FIN 25 6 6
7 Paavo POHJONEN FIN 23 4 4
Imagine, looking over the ledge into the abyss of a dizzying 40ft drop. As your palms grow sweaty, you’re reluctant to get too close as the vertigo kicks in – nerves freeze you in your tracks. But for professional BMX rider Drew Bezanson, his goal is to launch himself from that 4-storey ledge and onto a curved wall suspended in space 6ft. away which will return him safely to where he started. Controlling those nerves and accepting the fear are what set Bezanson apart from the pack, as documented in his latest video release ‘Uncontainable’ from Red Bull.
With one round to go of the World Flatland Circuit, Viki Gomez (Spain) clinched the 2015 title this past weekend in Montreal, Canada already. Fellow Red Bull riders Yohei Uchino (Japan) and Matthias Dandois (France) received second and third place points respectively at the Real City Spin flatland event in Montreal, Canada. The series still has one stop to go to be held in Japan in October 2015.
Real City Spin results:
Eurobike will showcase the eagerly anticipated release of POCs new trail/enduro helmet, the Tectal, and a brand new full face helmet, Coron, which has been developed with POC athlete Martin Söderström. Alongside the helmets will be Crave a new mtb inspired set of glasses designed for the perfect fit and function on the trail. Helmets play a fundamental part in POCs mission ‘to do the best we can to possibly save lives and to reduce the consequences of accidents for gravity sports athletes and cyclists.’ Following the success of the original trail/enduro specific helmet, the Trabec, we wanted to push the bar higher in terms of protection and performance.
Oscar Huss Head of product development at POC, says: “We