The dedication required to excel at downhill racing brings along with it certain sacrifices. Time that could be spent relaxing with friends and, occasionally, health in a sport where injury is routine.
YT Mob World Tour heads to Fort William, Scotland for the third round of the Young Talent Camp. There’s no place better to sort out which of the young riders in camp has the ability to ascend to greatness than the storied Scottish downhill World Cup track. Fort Bill has demanded much from athletes in the past, and surely will for years to come.
YT Mob heads to the Highlands
The European stop of the Mob World Tour – and the chance to ride at Fort William – attracted a large group of young riders. 120 applicants were whittled won to 22 participants from 12 countries. The lucky few were met by YT’s mentor and talent developer Martin Whitelyey, and ex-pro rider Angel Suarez.
It’s not just the developing riders that make sacrifices to be at camp, though.