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Nino Schurter - Get Your Head in the Game

31 marca 2017

An icon of the sport, a legend in the making. Success seems to come easy when you're called Nino Schurter. But his countless victories are the result of relentless preparation - mentally, physically and through the desire for the best products. Find out what it takes to be the best in the world and how the Centric Plus helmet helps him get his head in the game. 

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Cape Epic - Ruling the World's Toughest Mountain Bike Race

30 marca 2017

The Absa Cape Epic is known as the most brutal mountain bike stage race in the world. 1350 riders are challenged mentally, physically and emotionally- and both equipment and spirit are pushed to the limit due to some of the most severe conditions you could find at any mountain bike competition. Check our Recap video and learn what it takes to be successful at the World`s toughest race.

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Epic Champions |Cape Epic - Stage 7

26 marca 2017

Six riders, seven winners- SCOTT-SRAM MTB Racing swept the podium on the final race day of the 2017 Absa Cape. Nino Schurter and Matthias Stirnemann as well as Jenny Rissveds and Thomas Frischknecht today have won their respective categories, the Men's Elite and the Mixed Category, aboard their SCOTT Spark RC 900 Worldcup. 

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Steep climbs & Rocky Trails | Cape Epic - Stage 6

25 marca 2017

The Absa Cape Epic is re-known as the toughest mountain bike race in the world. When stage race veterans of the Epic were asked about the most brutal climb ever in the event's history, their response was unanimous: Groenlandberg. However Olympic and World champion Nino Schurter and Matthias Stirnemann seemed not really impressed by the steep and rocky terrain. SCOTT-SRAM MTB Racing's top Elite team at the Absa Cape Epic continued their march towards a first overall title with another glorious stage win at the 2017 event. Check out the riding in one of South Africa's most impressive Mountain bike areas.

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All set for a thrilling final | Cape Epic - Stage 5

24 marca 2017

The 2017 Absa Cape Epic, known as the World`s toughest Mountain bike stage race, will see a thrilling finale after Olympic champion Nino Schurter and teammate Matthias Stirnemann of SCOTT-SRAM MTB Racing claimed their first stage win on Friday and moved into the first position. "It was not our initial goal to get the Yellow Jersey, but now we have it- and we`ll give everything to keep it", Nino Schurter says. In the Mixed category, Jenny Rissveds and Thomas Frischknecht enjoyed a huge victory on the stage and only a major disaster looks able to prevent them from taking that title when the race finishes at Val de Vie on Sunday.

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Triple Victory for SCOTT-SRAM | Cape Epic - Stage 4

23 marca 2017

The Cross Country specialists of SCOTT-SRAM MTB Racing have swept today's podiums at the Absa Cape Epic, the World's toughest multiple day mountain bike marathon stage race. Andri Frischknecht, the 2nd youngest ever stage winner in the history of the race, and partner Michiel van der Heijden, have won the 4th stage ahead of team mates Matthias Stirnemann and Olympic Champion Nino Schurter. Jenny Rissveds and Thomas Frischknecht keep dominating the Mixed Category and extended their overall lead. With two stage wins and one 2nd place, the team so far celebrated the most successful day at this year's Absa Cape Epic.

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Re-fuel Day | Cape Epic - Stage 2

21 marca 2017

Extremely high temperatures, winds, drought and demanding singletracks- 1350 riders face brutal conditions every day at the 2017 Absa Cape Epic in South Africa. Competing at the World`s toughest stage race with its 691 km and 15 400m of climbing throughout the week requires strict discipline not only with regards to finding a good individual pace, a good daily regeneration and healthy nutrition is also a must. Check out what our Olympic Champions Team with Jenny Rissveds and Nino Schurter have to say about their experiences and learn more how the shortened stage 2 ended up for SCOTT-SRAM MTB Racing.

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