NorCal. It’s where all the cool kids hang out.

28 April, 2008

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Mark Weir and Matt Hunter overlooking Mt. Tamalpais and San Francisco

It's been a busy couple of weeks around here. What with the Sea Otter Classic attracting bike racers and industry types from across globe. Of course no trip to Northern California is complete without a ride in Marin County. We've had quite a mix of characters visiting WTB World Headquarters over the past 14 days and each person left with a smile after some epic trail riding.

Sea Otter wasn't bad either, with sunny skies and fierce racing. WTB-sponsored rider Greg Minnaar, Santa Cruz Syndicate's new rider, completely dominated the event by winning both the Dual Slalom and DH in convincing style. In case you're wondering, Minnaar's saddle of choice is the WTB Deva SLT in white. The DH podium was stacked with Syndicate riders with Steve Peat charging into fourth place and Nathan Rennie finishing fifth. We'll have more about Sea Otter, including a video, on the site soon.

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Caption: Wade Simmons on the pumptrack. The crew from pinkbike.com, to read their trip report, click here. WTB's booth at the Sea Otter Classic
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Caption: Fred Falk, WTB's manager of logistics, with Don "Shiggy" Person of mtbtires.com. Mark Weir and Matt Hunter. Barbed wire means that it's off limits.

 

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