Brody Hull, Aaron Morris, Callum Morris and Hannah Mullin all travelled across to Scotland for the opening round of the Highland Hardline DH series, claiming excellent results.
The Highland Hardline is a mini-downhill mountain biking series for 8-18 year olds.
The aim is to provide an introduction to racing downhill mountain biking while giving a platform for a safe progression to national races such as SDA & British DH.
Despite bad weather and horrendous conditions, all four riders faired well in the tough riding and competitive race, which ultimately got cut short after the first timed run.
Trail Demon’s Brody Hull was first down the hill and got the crew pumped up with an excellent sixth in Under 10.
MTB Inishowen’s Aaron Morris was determined to show his best in the challenging mud and bagged an excellent 14th in the Under 12s.
Putting in a determined and impressive performance, Dirty Rides MTB’s Callum Morris didn’t spare the horses for fifth in Under 14.
Mullin Takes Podium Result
On a charge, Green Bikes’ Hannah Mullin raced her way onto the podium to place a very impressive runner-up in Girls class.
That result sees her qualify for the Juvenile Support race at Fort William’s Downhill World Cup in June.
All four riders fell on their runs so were naturally disappointed to see the day cut short and not get a chance to improve on their times.
Congrats to all!
Big thanks to Jamie Morris for the report and images.
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