Video: Double Vision | Harith Noah

Jumping dirt mounds with a pair of wheels is second nature for Indian National SX Champ Harith Noah. When not boosting a 450 cc TVS Racing beast, Harith cranks down mountain slopes. Staying on a fueled weapon on weekdays and clipping onto a mountain bike on weekends, Kerala’s 24 year old is eyeing podiums in both sports. On a recent visit to the mountain town of Pune, Maharashtra, Harith got his enduro rig dirty. Riding Pune’s infamous lines and sessioning some supreme zones. Harith is supported by: TVS Racing, Psynyde…

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Video: Himalayan DH MTB Trophy 2016

Its always groovy in Solang! The 3rd “Himalayan Downhill Mountain Bike Trophy” at Ski Himalayas Park in Solang, H.P, India was sinfully tuned. With India and Nepal’s top downhill racers in attendance the 2 KM course was shredded once again. Heres a highlight reel with all the action. Camera: E.I.K.A, Adwait Parchure. Edit: Vinay Menon

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From Throttle to Pedals | Harith Noah

After being one of India’s youngest National Supercross champs, Harith Noah has now taken onto Downhill racing. Racing on the European circuit and cracking into the top 15 in Elite level, Harith is getting ready to chase the international podiums for India. Age: 23 Current Location: Cologne Current Bike: Yt Tues CF Pro Shuttle van: Dacia Dokker Current Sponsors: Psynyde Bicycles & Components, Kalam Boxers. Freerider MTB Magazine: When did you get into MX and how was your journey towards becoming India’s top MX racer? Harith: I grew up in…

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Summer Twenty15 B.C

Words/Photo: Vinay Menon. Monsoon skies building up on our hemisphere, I got chasing the sunlight on another. The B.C shores were insight, right in time for their summer. With a new frame from Polygon Bikes India and a blazing custom kit from Psynyde Bikes, the Canadian fest began. Fresh off the gluey Manali dirt, my tires were yet to flake off the desi silt. First up on reaching Vancouver were the North Shore trails! Still running on an Indian time frame, I followed MTBBC’s Martin Littlejohn and crew down on…

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