Video: Loose Riders | Antoine Boulard introducing the C/S Goggles

. Loose Riders brings you the C/S Goggles, a collaboration with X-Force: Tested and approved by LRGA pro team rider Antoine Boulard!  Introducing the C/S Goggles: -World’s Best Anti-Fog Lenses (Ipso Award ® Gold winner 2017-18) -Ultra wide field of vision – Frame-less look – Interchangeable Strap System – Proven technology, an X-Force ® collaboration product The C/S Goggles start at 69.90/- USD Available at selected stores and on: https://www.switchbladeonline.com/ind… In India, connect with LOOSE RIDERS INDIA to place an order. Video: Arthur Chambre. Visit: http://www.loose-riders.com Follow : https://www.facebook.com/looseriders | https://www.instagram.com/looseriders for more daily…

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22nd Asian MTB Champs 2016 – Thailand | RESULTS

The 22nd Asian MTB DH Champs in Chai Nat, Thailand concluded today. With 28 of Asia’s selected racers battling it out for the win, the 1KM course was blazing in soaring heat. Japan‘s missile Kazuki Shimizu took the win with a 1:54.666. Thailand‘s Tanaphon Jarupeng grabbed 2nd with a 1:55.343 and Japan‘s Junya Nagata took 3rd with a 1:56.084. Nepal‘s bullet, Rajesh Magar landed a 20th with 2:19.148. Shakar Yakthumba finished 23rd followed by India‘s Piyush Chavan (26th) and Suraj Panday (27th) and Nilesh Dhumal (28th).  

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22nd Asian MTB Champs 2016 – Thailand | Practice Day

The “22nd Asian MTB Championships” is underway in Thailand. After a long struggle finally 4 Indian mountain bikers were given the opportunity to represent the nation at this Asian level event. Riders Piyush Chavan and Nilesh Dhumal are on the Downhill lineup while Purna Pradhan and Venkateshwarlu Kunchala will be competing in the cross country category. The timed Downhill practice run was clocked off yesterday with 28 riders lining up the start list. As of now, Japan’s stealth bomber – Kazuki Shimzu is leading with a 1:58 on the 1Km…

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Cycle, Fitness & Outdoor Sports Expo 2015

The 3rd   version of India International Cycle, Fitness & Outdoor Sports Expo started on 3rd March in Ludhiana which is arguably the largest hub for bicycles in Asia.  The bicycle industries of Ludhiana feed to more than 50% of India’s bicycle consumption which is over 10 million, each year. The quality of this bike show is nowhere close to other bike expos that take place in China or other countries but it has definitely improved compared to its previous events. More exhibitors were present this time including China and France…

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