BREAKING NEWS: Legend Steve Peat announces his retirement in 2016

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Steve Peat aka Peaty; the living legend on two wheels who has raced and won many world cup downhill mountain bike races has announced his retirement in the coming the season.

Though there are no indications of him getting out the scene and he will continue inspiring people and his fans around the world.

Steve Peat began his career with little success riding for the Saracen team alongside Rob Warner, before moving in the mid 90s to Team MBUK. He rode for GT Bicycles in the late 90s and for the Orange team between 2002 and 2005, winning the Fort William downhill world cup round in 2005. He then joined the Santa Cruz Syndicate team for the 2006 season, which saw him finish 1st overall, and has continued with it since.

Know more about Steve Peat in an Exclusive Interview with Freerider Mountain Bike Magazine.

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