Follow the KHS Factory Racing team as they hit the 3rd stop of the Pro GRT series in Mountain Creek, NJ.
Southern Utah has some of the best mountain biking in the world, and we took advantage of it.
Day one up in Port Angeles is in the books, and what I day it was. Nothing gets you ready for a Pro GRT race more then a good set of dirt jumps.
Yes, a travel log! The KHS Factory Racing team is out on the road. This time they are heading to the second stop of the Pro GRT series in Port Angeles Washington. When you are out on the open road you need to take some time to stop and stretch the legs. Well these guys do it a little differently… enjoy!
KHS Factory Racing had a great weekend out at Bootleg Canyon in Bolder City NV. Logan Binggeli defends his Nevada State Championship form 2017 by once again winning the day yesterday and the overall series, with Nik Nestoroff taken 2nd place on the days race.
Team Manager Quinton winning in the mens open race.
Logan had this to say on his great weekend. “Weekend went really well for team KHS and myself kept the momentum rolling from round one national in Tennessee. Was able to walk away with the win and also the overall for the Nevada gravity series.
It was pretty harsh conditions out there with 25 mile plus winds in practice. My KHS 650B downhill rig was really on point and made the riding very comfortable with those demanding rocky conditions. Huge thanks to KHS bicycles and KHS factory racing for all the support. Next up the second stop of the Pro GET series in Port Angeles Washington.”
Great article hosted by PinkBike, Click Here to read.
The KHS Factory Racing team is off on their first road trip of the year to hit the first stop on the 2018 Pro GRT series in Windrock Tennessee.
The KHS Factory racing team was out at the 4th round of the Southridge series in Fontana California last week, and they are for some practice before the event kicked off.
This past weekend the KHS FActory race team was back out at Bootleg Canyon in beautiful Bolder City, NV. for the second round of the DVO Winter Series at Bootleg. Logan Binggeli looked to capitalize off his first place finish from the first round, and came up just short but came up with second over all. The third and final round will be on March 18, and Logan is in the lead for the overall and to retain the his crown.
While out practicing for the first round of the DVO Winter Sires Nevada State Championship at Bootleg Canyon, Logan Binggeli took a bit of a fall. Watch as Logan and team manager Quinton Spaulding talk you through that run, and see there reaction to it.