Hard Knocks At Hadleigh

A few weeks ago the guys from GT/Muc-Off racing took on the hardest course on the British XC racing circuit, Hadliegh Farm. Designed and built specifically for last year’s Olympic Games, Hadliegh gained its tough reputation after several high profile crashes and DNFs at the 2012 games. This year was no different. When the GT/Muc-Off boys rolled into Essex they knew they faced a challenge from the competition and the course. With Dave Henderson taking a fall in practice that would knock him out of the race entirely and Gareth Montgomerie getting some serious cuts and bruising, training alone was enough of a test. The lads put on a brave face and started strong. Unfortunately with mechanical failures and a few rough patches, it just wasn’t to be. David Ranson from Muc-Off HQ was on hand to film the day and you can find his edit here.


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