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News of the week? Sam Hill won his first Enduro World Series round, and is now leading the overall with two round to go! You can see all the Aussie’s results here and the full highlights video here.

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Giant Factory Off-Road Team took on EWS#6. Aussie, Josh Carlson placed 7th in the final stage, and 25th overall.

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Check out their full video here.

Want more EWS? Don’t forget to check Flow’s Instagram Stories for behind-the-scene’s coverage from round 7 in Whistler, courtesy of James ‘Cannonball’ Hall’s #EWSwithCannonball.

As expected, Brandon Semenuk’s latest video is awesome.

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Check out the full video here.

Chris Akrigg is a magician on a bike. His trials skills and inspirational creativity allow him to blow our minds anytime Mongoose throw him a new bike. Recently back from injury, he’s been getting fit on a gravel bike…

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Check the full video on his YouTube here.

And to make us feel a little better about our inabilities… he is human.

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Some XC inspiration; Jose Hermida shows us that there is time to be made on the descents.

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South Australia’s Troy Brosnan is having a great World Cup season. After his win in Vallnord and a second in Lenzerheide, he had a break at home before Mont-Sainte-Anne this weekend.

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Matt Staggs captured Jon Gatt and Harrison Dobrowolski shredding Green Valleys Bike Park. The Illawarra MTB Festival is happening there this weekend, featuring the Fox Rollercoaster Superflow on Saturday and RedAss Downhill Enduro State Round on Sunday. Plus the DHaRCO Whip Offs!

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Everyone’s favourite berm rooster, David McMillan, posted a flashback to dustier times at Thredbo.

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Aussies Elsewhere

Caroline Buchanan has multiple World Championship titles in MTB and BMX. The 2017 BMX World Championships were last weekend, so she’s on the little wheels here. It’s an incredible race by Caroline with a photo finish of 0.008s!

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Bryn Atkinson tears us some berms at Stevens Pass, Washington USA.

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Timmy Eaton has left chilly Canberra for a stint in Whistler. He’s got a new GoPro Karma Grip gimbal, so be sure to follow him for regular clips of the MTB mecca.
The start of Schleyer:

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Tim riding the new ‘river jumps’:

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We recently announced the Junior DH World Champs team, so we’ll share some young gun shredding this week. Kids these days are all over the social medias.

Current Junior National Champion, Baxter Maiwald, has been in Europe racing World Cups in preparation for the World Champs in Cairns this September.

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Baxter is pretty handy with a camera too, and had been producing some great little edits of his mates, like this one of Jack O’Hare.

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And another of Jack by Baxter.

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Oceania Champ, Josh Clark hit the Nico Vink line in Châtel Bike Park.

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Another Baxter Maiwald edit, of Josh in Morzine. Check out the last jump!

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Here’s another Junior Worlds team rider, Harry Parsons, tearing it up in Pila, Italy.

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Victorian, Darcy Coutts has been across the Atlantic in Quebec.

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Back home, but still on the Junior DH front, Female Junior DH National Champ, Ellie Smith, is also fast on a trail bike.

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As we mentioned in our Loosefest coverage, Queensland’s Remy Morton had a huge crash on the final hip jump; he’s pretty beaten up and is recovering in hospital. Here are some clips of him warming up at Loosefest and then styling up the big set. For more details and to help support his recovery, head to the Go Fund Me page created by his mates.

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We’re looking forward to seeing Remy back in the air, soon.

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