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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

Andrea Bruno
Andrea Bruno was among the protagonists of the race, finishing with a second absolute position behind the New Zealander Scoles. Both endorsed by Marzocchi
Avalanche Cup
First place for Ann Caroline Chausson with Marzocchi It was Ann Caroline Chausson's first race on an Ibis MTB. She finished the Sunday race as first qualified among the women.
Team 360 Degrees
Which has taken place in Rome right below the Colosseum, at the Fori Imperiali street. With great honour the Team hosted the opening ceremony with the Italian Minister Stefania Prestigiacomo and then ran 3 riding sessions in the whole day.
Cécile Ravanel
The rider easily stood out with an advantage of more than 3' from the second qualified.
222Cycles
Report of 222 Cycles, Danish sub-distributor of Marzocchi products, concerning the first race of the Danish DH Cup in Rold
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