2011 KHS Models

Freeride/All Mountain/Trail Series
Lucky 7 :: Velvet :: XCT556 :: XCT536

XC/XC Race
XC Team :: XC604 :: XC204 :: XC204L :: XC104

29/650
Prescott :: Flagstaff :: Yuma :: Tucson :: sixfifty606

Street/Trail/Park
SJ300 :: SJ200 :: SJ100 :: DJ150 :: DJ50 :: DJ24

Alite/Mountain
Alite Team :: Alite 2000 :: Alite 2000L :: Alite 1000 :: Alite 500 :: Alite 500L :: Alite 350
Alite 350L :: Alite 300 :: Alite 300L :: Alite 150 :: Alite 150L :: Alite 100 :: Alite 40 :: Alite 24

Flite :: Road/Track/Touring/Cyclocross
Flite Team :: Flite 900 :: Flite 850 :: Flite 750 :: Flite 747 :: Flite 720 :: Flite 720L :: Flite 500
Flite 300 :: Flite 223 :: Flite 223L :: Flite 220 :: Flite 150 :: Flite 100 :: CX300 :: CX100 :: TR-101

Fitness
Vitamin C :: Vitamin B :: Vitamin A

Urban
Urban Xpress :: Urban Xcape :: Urban-X :: Urban Soul

Commuter
Cidi 8 :: Cidi 3 :: Green

Comfort
Town & Comfort TC150 :: Town & Comfort TC100 :: Westwood :: Brentwood
Smoothie :: Smoothie 3

Youth
T-Rex boys :: T-Rex girls :: Raptor boys :: Raptor girls :: Hot Rod

Tandem
Milano :: Cross :: Alite :: Sport

Specialty/Folding
Mocha :: Latte :: iPed :: iPed3 :: Single-Speed Adult Tricycle :: 3-Speed Adult Tricycle :: K9

Robix Fitness
3000b Studio Cycle

Manhattan Cruisers
www.manhattancruisers.com

Free Agent BMX bicycles
www.freeagentbmx.com

Sea Otter Classic – Monterey, CA

Photos By: Monique Spaulding / Stephanie Wolf & Mike Lord / six3events.com 

Words by: Quinton Spaulding

It is always good to see the Otter, we’ve known each other for a long time now!

This is why it is called the Sea Otter “CLASSIC”!!

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Extremely busy, Wayne D. Gray (Vice President – KHS)took time out of his schedule for a brief visit with us… great seeing you Wayne D!

Slalom was the first discipline on the agenda for our guys. This is an awesome event… I hope to see it replace 4X sooner than later.

This was a great view of the slalom track from our pits.

I believe that if  there were more slalom events, there would be way more downhillers participating.

It would also pull in more spectators for the tight head-to-head racing.

Blake Carney put on a stellar performance for KHS, qualifying 11th, taking 11th place on the day.

Carney will be racing all the 4X UCI World Cup events this year… we wish him the absolute best!

KHS Fans were a prominent feature in and about the crowds…

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… and so were the Monterey PD, always keeping an eye on things!

A regular at the Sea Otter event, and our friends from the “Coffee Cart” were out there in the very early morning hours serving FREE delicious  Espresso coffee.

The most common request at the Sea Otter Classic you ask??… STICKERS – “Got any stickers??”

A scene from the Lake that separates the Team Tech areas from the Retail vendors.

Downhill on Sunday took place on a revamped Otter track, which flowed well, and was a vast improvement from previous tracks for sure.

Logan Binggeli’s goal for the DH, was to achieve top ten. Considering the nature of this track (larger, longer 4x) and the depth of the field that would be a valuable result.

Binggeli “laying down the power” during Sunday’s final.

He finished in a very good 14th out of 105 Elite athletes. Great top 15 finish!

Chris Heath has worked hard in the off season.

Fondly known by his team mates as the “Heath Bomb”… Chris bombs down the track during Sundays race run.

Heath placed a Strong 20th place, putting two of the KHS riders in the “creme of the crop” top twenty at Sea Otter.

Kevin Aiello had a small bobble at the top of the track.

He still pinned it… and “show boated” for the crowds!

I too got off to a bad start and never really recovered… story of my life at Sea Otter! Maybe next year Top 40?!

The Sea Otter Classic has always been an AWESOME event and we will always be there! Big SHOUT OUT to Skip Latham for all he does to make this happen!

Mens Pro DH Top 50

Pack it up… pack it in! This was the end of a long road trip. Time to re-group, train and prepare even harder for the East Coast races that will separate the men from the boys!

Until Next Time!

Q.