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7/24/2002

Great results in the Transalp Challenge

760 Mountainbike die-hards from all over the world, a 580 kilometer course in 8 days, 18.000 meters up and down slopes: this is the Transalp Challenge, the world's hardest MTB challenge!

Transalp Challenge 760 Mountainbike die-hards from all over the world, a 580 kilometer course in 8 days, 18.000 meters up and down slopes: this is the Transalp Challenge, the world's hardest MTB challenge! Great success for the teams equipped with Marzocchi forks. Karl Platt, Rocky Mountain team member, equipped with a Marzocchi Marathon fork was first in the Men's ranking. There was another fantastic result for the Rocky Mountain-Marzocchi girls' team too. Lesley Tomlinson and Gretchen Reeves yesterday got on to the podium after the longest and hardest stage of the Transalp race, from Nauders to Naturns (98 Km 170 m). An honourable mention as well for the good performance by the Marzocchi Fisher Team (Bryson Martin, vice president of Marzocchi USA together with MTB legend Gary Fisher) and the Marzocchi Germany Team (Wolfgang Beuer and Martin Listmann).

NEWS

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The Dirt Bike Magazine Film crew met up with Ty at Glen Helen to do some messing around and watch the man with the talent show us how its done. Film Edit by Travis Fant
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The Italian champion dragging the team ITALIA1 third behind only the award-winning French team.
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The Dirt Bike Magazine Film crew met up with Ty at Glen Helen to do some messing around and watch the man with the talent show us how its done. Film Edit by Travis Fant
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In a very windy final, Marzocchi endorsed athlete Sam Pilgrim was able to throw a sick run that secured him a spot on the podium.
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24 nations came together in Czech Spicak. Spicak was able to prove again that the discipline of downhill is professionally organized and very popular in the eastern part of Europe.
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