Great video by Travis Fant
Well, somebody’s got to jump the damn thing. Logan Binggeli hits the new Oakley Sender line, after obtaining clearance from the local air traffic control, no doubt. Rampage 2012 is getting serious! Credit: Blaizeherb
KHS Bicycles introduces the DH650B, watch out cycling world, DH is about to change forever!
Keep an eye out for this prototype DH650B at the Red Bull Rampage, last years number 1 qualifier Logan Binggeli will pilot this machine down the cliffs of Virgin, Utah October 5th, 2012.
Photo: Monique Spaulding
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Little LOVE for Quinton Spaulding (KHS Team Manager) in the August issue of Decline Magazine.
KHS Factory Team Manager Quinton Spaulding is totally psyched about 650b wheels for downhill racing. He told us that based on his prototype testing, the tween wheels offer traction advantages with no compromise in handling. “Nothing lost, only gained,” was his executive summary.
KHS is fully committed to the production of an all-new DH650b model, based on the suspension platform used on the company’s current DH300 bike (shown here). The first production bikes are due off the line in about six weeks. Look for KHS rider Logan Binggeli to pilot the DH650b at the upcoming Red Bull Rampage in Virgin River, Utah.
By Karl Rosengarth and Jon Pratt
Logan Binggeli dials in his line choices during post qualifying practice for the top 80 today.Binggeli qualified 67th but knows he can break through the top 30.
Kevin Aiello had a solid qualifier landing the 40th spot. After today’s session, Aiello feels strong for a top 30 finish in tomorrows finals.
Please stay tuned for more updates!