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Meet the UK's top mountain-biker!
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Peat rides in both the Downhill and 4X events
Peat rides in both the Downhill and 4X events

Introduction

Steve Peat is the world's number one Downhill mountain-bike rider.

And the 30-year-old Yorkshireman was recently crowned 2004 World Cup downhill series champion.

After so many near misses in the World Cup in the last few years, Peaty's third place in the penultimate event of the season in Calgary was enough to give him the overall title.

The Team Orange rider also finds time to race head to head with three other competitors in the 4X event, so the Academy thought he was well worth a chat.


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Introduction
Catching the bug
Preparing myself
Ups & downs

Did you know?
4X racing involves four riders on the track at the same time, battling to make it to the finish.



INTERNET LINKS >>
:: Steve Peat's Official Website
:: Orange Mountain Bikes Team

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