The Top 10 In Action Sports
01Mad Descents & Lunar Landscapes: Incredible Shots from One of Europe’s Best MTB Destinations
02Eccentric Adventures Episode 4: We Risked Life And Shin At The Cotswold Olimpicks
03Why Do We Travel?
04Going Against the Brain: How Ski and Snowboard Head Injuries Re-Shaped Two Young Lives
05Easy Riders: Is This Vintage Bikes & Surfboards Festival the Coolest in Europe?
06Free Wheels East: Rejecting Society for Historic Adventure
07Eccentric Adventures Episode 3: We Took on Vikings at the Scottish Highland Games
08A Million Miles Away... In Your Own Backyard
09Brick By Brick: Camping Lego Style
10Booze and Bikes: 14 Tours That Let Combine Two of the Best Things in the World
Touted by Dirt Magazine's Mike Rose as one of the best World Cup races of all time, round two of the 2011 World Cup at Fort William was the race that saw Danny Hart and Brook Macdonald realise their potential. On one of the most physically demanding tracks on the planet, the diminutive Hart, riding for Giant Bikes put in the run of his life, missing out on the top spot by just 1.299 to Santa Cruz Syndicate's Greg Minnaar.
Having won the previous race in Pietermaritzburg, Trek's Aaron Gwin gave his peers the fright of their lives when he went through the split 5 seconds up but a mistake put him back into fifth place.
1. Greg Minnaar 4:43.854
2. Danny Hart +01.299
3. Brook Macdonald +01.934
4. Gee Atherton +3.004
5. Aaron Gwin +03.193
6. Cameron Cole +03.748
7. Sam Blenkinsop +04.269
8. Justin Leov +04.331
9. Sam Hill +04.579
10. Steve Smith +05.823