2019 World Championship Downhill Bike Check
Take a closer look at the custom painted, World Championship edition, downhill bikes of #ShimanoMTB athletes at the 2019 UCI Mountain Bike World Championship in Mont-Sainte-Anne.
Danny Hart: Great Britain
Two time World Champion Danny Hart unveiled a custom digi-camo and brushed aluminum paint scheme created together with Alistair Mcclean of Fat Creations. Danny is running SAINT Drivetrain and Brakes complete with a PRO Cockpit.
Tahnée Seagrave: Great Britian
Tahnee Seagrave is back in action after suffering a collarbone injury at the Fort William World Cup earlier this year. Tahnee will be the lone racer representing Great Britain in the Elite Downhill class.
Joey Foresta: USA
Joey Foresta of the GT Factory Racing Team is represting the red, white, and blue on this GT Fury equipped with full SAINT drivetrain and brakes. At just 17 years of age, Joey is racing in the Junior Men class after spending the past two seasons racing in the UCI DH World Cup season under the mentorship of Wyn Masters and George Brannigan.
Loris Vergier: France
The 2014 Junior Downhill World Champion, Loris Vergier has been on a roll this season. The Frenchman has earned himself two podiums in 2019.
Jamie Edmondson: Great Britain
Jamie Edmonson of the Transition Mucoff Factory Racing Team is ready to represent Great Britain on board his Transition TR11 putting ZEE to the test at Mont-Saint-Anne.
Luca Shaw: USA
Luca Shaw will be racing on a Santa Cruz V10 with a similar paint job as his Syndicate teammate Loris Vergier, equipped with a full SAINT drivetrain and brake set up.
George Brannigan: New Zealand
The Kiwi racer is on board this gunmetal grey GT Fury with New Zealand accents.
Greg Minnaar: South Africa
Greg Minnaar is one of the most decorated downhill mountain bikers in the World. The Syndicate rider will be chasing his fourth World Championship title.