After last weekend’s win in Mont-Sainte-Anne, Josh Bryceland and Greg Minnaar were looking to turn back to back World Cup weekends into a North American double for the Syndicate. Both looked strong in qualifying with Greg finishing 4th, and Josh 6th. In the finals, Josh’s front wheel got a little wild on the dusty fire road section, which cost him some time, putting him into 7th. Greg laid down a smooth, clean, and fast run that put him in the hot seat. It looked like he might stay there until Aaron Gwin came flying down the mountain, taking the home win for the USA. Greg’s result moves him into second place in the series, 135 points behind Gwin, and within striking distance for the World Cup, which finishes in Val di Sole, Italy in two weeks.
“It’s been a busy few weeks since South Africa!” Peaty wasn’t lying when he said it’d been a hectic couple of weeks since the first UCI World Cup round. Starting… Read more