Round 2, U.S. Downhill Series

Tamarack Resort in Idaho was the second stop of this years U.S. Downhill series. The KHS Pro MTB team came out hot and ready to race.

Kailey Skelton  set the pace as she set the fastest time for the pro women in seeding going into the final day.


Nik Nestoroff followed her bay setting the fastest time for the pro men.

Steven Walton had the 6th fastest time in seeding putting him right in the action for finals.

Final day of racing changed everything. A naste storm was moving in which almost ended racing for the weekend, but it held of long enough for everyone to race their final lap. Kaily was able to finish the weekend with a 2nd place over all.

while teammate Steven moved up and also finished 2nd in pro men’s, with Nik finishing in 4th place. All in all, everyone was grateful to just be out there and racing.

Sit down with Logan Binggeli

We sit down with Logan Binggeli to talk about his life in Mountain biking and his new role as the KHS Pro MTB team Manager and his plans for the team going forward.

Lockdown

Just as the world went on lockdown, the KHS Pro MTB team headed out to Lake Elsinore, California for training. We hope you are all staying safe during these hard times, and we look forward to seeing you back out on the trails soon.

Pro GRT Round 1, Tennessee National

Steven Walton was out in beautiful Tennessee for the first round of the Pro GRT series at the Tennessee National. Steven finished the weekend with a fourth-place finish, congratulations Steven!

Nevada State Downhill Championship

This past weekend was the kick-off to the DVO Winter Gravity Series at Bootleg Canyon, NV. with the Nevada State downhill championship. The KHS Pro MTB team, fresh off their first race of the year, kept their podium run going.

Nik Nestoroff capitalized on his second-place finish the week before and took the top spot on the podium and defended his title by winning the 2020 Nevada State downhill championship.

Teammate, Steven Walton, improved on his last race run and pulled off a 3rd place finish.

New teammate, Kailey Skelton showed stuff and was the fastest down the mountain in the women’s class and was crowned as the 2020 women’s Nevada downhill champion.