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  1. Video, Photography, and POV Cameras
    World Cup DH is back! It's only been a month since Leogang, but we couldn't be happier for the action to start up again. For the 5th race of the season, the series is back in Lenzerheide. This track debuted last year and it's riddled with berms, road gaps, and rocks...
  2. General Discussion
    Willengen, Germany June 13, 2010 Santa Cruz Syndicate's Greg Minnaar (SRAM/RockShox) placed 2nd today in the Milka Wheels Of Speed downhill in Willingen, Germany. Aaron Gwin took the win on this short, fast course with a 1:50.06 to Greg's 1:50.26 and Andrew Neethling was third at 1:50.99, and...
  3. General Discussion
    SYNDICATE SMACKDOWN, MINNAAR WINS IT, PEAT 3RD, RENNIE 4TH AT FT. WILLIAM Ft. William, Scotland June 8, 2008 Wow, what a day for the Santa Cruz Syndicate with Greg Minnaar taking the win at the 100th UCI World Cup Downhill in Ft. William, Scotland, and Steve Peat and Nathan Rennie joining him...
  4. Syndicate/Umbrella Girls!!!!

    Here they are again, signing posters at teh Santa Cruz booth....
  5. Umbrella Girls... So HOT!!!!

    The Umbrella girls were making waves at the Sea Otter this year!!! The Syndicate team riders were lucky enough to have these girls holding umbrellas for them prior to racing!!!!
  6. Cameron - 60 Foot Stepdown

    Cameron Zink on what was arguably one of the biggest moves in this year's Red Bull Rampage. This was taken during Sunday morning's pre-finals practice. I'd estimate this stepdown as about 50-60 feet in distance with a 20-25 foot drop. And I don't think I'm exagerating. It was huge with a capital H.
  7. Cameron Zink

    Cameron Zink, during Saturday's Red Bull Rampage qualifying. Cameron was amazing. He had one of the scariest crashes ever and had to get a doctor's note in order to continue. Then, on Sunday, he twice attempted a 360 off a monster stepdown in the finals. He might not have placed, but he went huge an
  8. Kirt Voreis

    Kirt Voreis, of the new Santa Cruz Syndicate team, in Saturday's pro dual slalom finals.
  9. Rennie

    Nathan Rennie is kind enough to stop in mid-air and pose for a hard-working photographer. Pro dual slalom finals, Saturday.
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