Speed & Style Finals at the 2013 Sea Otter Classic

“That was way harder than expected!” is what Martin Soderstrom had to say about the Speed & Style finals at the 2013 Sea Otter Classic. Riders competed against each other and the clock on a modified pump track, with time deductions at judges’ discretion based upon the quality and difficulty of tricks.

Without a single practice run prior to the finals, Martin Soderstrom hopped on his P.3 bike, tore up the track, wowed the judges and crowd, and rode himself to a podium position. Learn more about Martin and his fellow Specialized riders at http://www.iamspecialized.com and check out the P.Series range of bikes at http://www.specialized.com/p.series.

Produced by Specialized Bicycle Components, Inc.
Shot on location at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca.
Music Artrist: Cab 20
Track Name: Can’t Get You Out Of My Head


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