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Mid-week Motivation: The Wright Line, Birds & Cherries with Cachon & shredding Taiwan

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Unior Devinci’s Keegan Wright is ready to rip on land or by sea as he heads out to ride some primordial New Zealand trail for The Wright Line. Trials champ & adventure mountain David Cachon leads us off-road in undiscovered Cáceres, Spain. And then hit the trail in South China and Taiwan with KS’s Mathieu Ruffray.

The Wright Line jets to ride the flowy Te Tihi o Tawa trail

Unior Devinci Factory Racing team rider Keegan Wright is always up for cruising, and isn’t tied down to the bike. While he’s more likely to be found hitting the slopes of Crankworx at the EWS right now, in the latest and wettest yet installment of “The Wright Line”, he hops in a jet boat to hunt down the hard to reach Te Tihi o Tawa trail in Whakarewarewa State Forest Park in his home of New Zealand. Then it’s time to pump through ferns, around berms, and into the air. UniorDevinci.com

Birds, cherries & MTB trails with David Cachon in Cáceres, Spain

David Cachon invites us on his latest Spanish adventure in the province of Cáceres, specifically in the Monfragüe National Park and El Valle del Jerte on the western border with Portugal. Still an unknown area for many with regards to mountain biking, it has potential with spectacular views and a mix of rocky, hardpack dirt and loose trails to explore. Join Cachon as he shows us around some trails that will make you want to head out on the bike. DavidCachon.com

Shredding trails in South China and Taiwan with Mathieu Ruffray

French rider and KS ambassador Mathieu Ruffray was in Taiwan checking out some dropper productions and decided to get out on the bike. After a quick stop over in South China to compete in the Two Wheeler event in Dongguan, he headed out to explore the trails around Tainan in Taiwan. When you’re curious enough you’ll always find some locals willing to take you to the nearest section of trail.

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