18/06/2013 | 1 comments
What were you doing in the year 2000? Myles Rockwell was winning the Downhill World Championships in Sierra Nevada, Spain. Rockwell’s story is a classic of the sport. He had the titles and fame but threw it all away. After a term in jail he started back on the long journey of life, this time outside of cycling. Now a father (of two), in 2012 he found himself working closely with the Trek World Racing team, and most notably World Cup Champion Aaron Gwin. It is a great story.
Photo: Malcolm Fearon/Blissimages
Also in this months issue, Sven Martin talks to Steve Smith about breaking into the elusive and exclusive winner’s club.
Fed up with the win and rain, dirt jumping megastar Olly Wilkins, revisits the indoor pumptrack at the Gravity Project.
Steve Jones catches up with Fort William local and Dudes of Hazzard main man Joe Barnes.
Ian Collins talks to mountainbike legend and cover star Myles Rockwell.