I wouldn't really call Pipeline a "monster downhill"LeeL said:hah - some of the bib shorts crowds didn't care much for BC XC. http://www.velonews.com/article/93926/bc-bike-race-day-1-into-the-deep-end
Severed Dick was part of the Hell of the North race when we had to do 4 laps of it. Pipeline has been part of the twoonie race course series.
Compared to XC race courses in San Diego it would be.gbvan said:I wouldn't really call Pipeline a "monster downhill"
Catharine is pretty good at that stuff, remember she learned to ride with Eric Goss and Geoff Pendrel. Her teamate (Katerina) on the otherhand is crazy fast on that stuff. You see her ride and you would think that she grew up riding the shore.LeeL said:I'm thinking catherine shouldn't be too worried about this stuff. When I raced the Kamloops and Kelowna crowd were all pretty decent at dh technical. I'm sure someone who can handle uncomfortable bum won't be too fazed by Pipeline.
Maybe not everyone, Kabush complained about being held up by slow descenders at Mont Sainte Anne last year.LMN said:Completely different then a world cup where anybody who can climb fast also has the descending skills to match.
True but Kabush races world cups different then anybody else. His conversative pacing strategy often puts him back in the field early in the race.rockyuphill said:Maybe not everyone, Kabush complained about being held up by slow descenders at Mont Sainte Anne last year.