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7/30/2012

Marzocchi and MS Mondraker Team on the top: MacDonald won Val d'Isere UCI WC DH Race

Seven year has passed since the last time Marzocchi won the World Cup. Today, the bolognese company comes back to success thanks to the outstanding performance of Brook MacDonald.

Seven year has passed since the last time Marzocchi won the World Cup. Today, the bolognese company comes back to success thanks to the outstanding performance of Brook MacDonald. The Neozelandese rider, who is part of MS Mondraker, one of the top team sponsorized by Marzocchi, arrived first on the suggestive track of Val d’Isere, with the time of 2:19.478.

«I can’t even explain it in words – said MacDonald after the race – I had a solid run, no mistakes. It was just one of those runs where you came down strong, I’m over the moon». Brook, as the other riders of Mondraker Team, uses a 888 Rc3 Evo Ti V2 MWorks fork.

Great  performance for Emmeline Ragot too, who arrived second in the Élite Women category. The women’s race was again a competition between Emmeline and Rachel Atherton. This time Rachel was able to take the win by 1,4 seconds. Congratulations to all MS Mondraker’s staff for the success!!

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