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I think Rach is going to starch everyone again how ever I also think more ladies will be on her heels and the gaps will be much smaller

 

Vali will probably be just behind these ladies

 

Chances of Vali winning a race this year is less than 1% imo

I think the one to beat will be Myriam to be honest
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I think Rach is going to starch everyone again how ever I also think more ladies will be on her heels and the gaps will be much smaller

 

Vali will probably be just behind these ladies

 

Chances of Vali winning a race this year is less than 1% imo

I think the expectations on Vali is a big too high and premature.

Hoping Marine Cabirou can keep her momentum this season.

 

 

I recon the 2020 DH series is going to be ripper of note!

2019 was one of the best seasons - would be hard to top that, but the field looks in good health.

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I think the one to beat will be Myriam to be honest

Okay i definitely didn't take into account that rach probably has to be on the back foot ( no pun intended) 

 

but I'd expect her to be back up to speed by june atleast 

 

so initially you're probably correct 

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2020 Mercedes-Benz UCI MTB World Cup dates and venues have been released

 

  • Europe

  • 21–22: (DH) Lousã, Portugal
  • May 2–3: (DH) Maribor, Slovenia
  • May 9–10: (DH) Lošinj, Croatia
  • May 23–24: (XCO/XCC) Nové Mesto, Czech Republic
  • June 6–7: (DH) Fort William, Scotland
  • June 20–21: (DH/XCO/XCC) Vallnord, Andorra
  • June 26–28: UCI MTB XCO World Championships – Albstadt, Germany
  • August 15–16: (XCO/XCC) Lenzerheide, Switzerland
  • August 22–23: (DH/XCO/XCC) Mont-Sainte-Anne, Canada
  • September 5–6: UCI MTB DH World Championships - Leogang, Austria
  • September 12–13: (DH/XCO/XCC) Val di Sole, Italy
  • September 19–20: (DH/XCO/XCC) Les Gets, France
https://www.redbull.com/za-en/uci-mtb-world-cup-calendar

 

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Hardly the world cup

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Vali Holl, Mitch Ropelato

All eyes will be on Vali Holl as she makes the step up to elites this year after dominating the junior field. We know she isn't intending to race the whole season but there will be an upset on the cards at any round she does attend. Joining her is Mitch Ropelato, we don't know if this signals a full-time return to racing for Mitch but we've reached out for more information and will let you know what his plans are soon.
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Interesting bike

 

Kellys Factory Team
Ratislav Baranek, Antonin Kral, Sanislav Sehnal

Kellys Factory Racing brings a strong Eastern European flavour to the World Cup with two Czech and one Slovakian riders. The Kellys brand also hails from Slovakia and their wild-looking dh bike with its unique shock layout is definitely a head-turner.
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Interesting bike

 

Kellys Factory Team

Ratislav Baranek, Antonin Kral, Sanislav Sehnal

 

Kellys Factory Racing brings a strong Eastern European flavour to the World Cup with two Czech and one Slovakian riders. The Kellys brand also hails from Slovakia and their wild-looking dh bike with its unique shock layout is definitely a head-turner.

 

good looking bike

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