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7/29/2002

Marzocchi leadership at the Bike Transalp Challenge

Marzocchi showed their Leadership at the Transalp, the MTB marathon which ended on saturday 27th in Riva del Garda (Italy).

Marzocchi showed their Leadership at the Transalp, the MTB marathon which ended on saturday 27th in Riva del Garda (Italy). Three countries, eight stages, 569 kilometers , about 19.700 meters in elevation gain, 406 teams involved in one of the hardest MTB marathon of the world. Big success in all the categories. The german biker Karl Platt, equipped with the new Marzocchi Marathon won the Men category. In addition, the Rocky Mountain Marzocchi Team (Lesley Tomlinson e Gretchen Reeves )was the fastest in the Women category. Great performances for all Marzocchi riders. Another proof of the quality and the reliability of the Marzocchi suspension, which enable the bikers to overcome the difficulties and to reach the best results in the extreme condition.

NEWS

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At the Air DH race in Whistler, Marzocchi athletes clearly dominated the field. Once again, Anne Caroline Chausson proved to be unbeatable and added another first place to her extensive collection of victories.
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The Polygon Factory Team, a Marzocchi partner, was very successful in June at the BSX Open and the UKDI 2011 #4. Ditra Pranata from Indonesia started at the BSX Open in Yogyakarta, Indonesia from June 11th-12th. Riding on his Polygon Cozmik DX 4.0 he won the Downhill Men’s Elite Class Race.
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Check out the new clip from Marzocchi sponsored Team Sunn. The Sunn riders did an amesome and very smooth Downhill-Trip at Montgenevre in France.
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AC Chausson seems to be in excellent form this season. Again she took another first place in the women’s class, this time at the second round of the Coup de France Enduro Series in Allos (France) last weekend.
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Mondraker’s Andreu Lacondeguy and NS Bikes Teamrider Sam Pilgrim were the top contenders of this weekend’s 26TRIX fueled by Monster in Leogang, Austria.
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