Zak Maytum overtakes Jimmy Riha @ Pikes 2013
Photo Credit: Brad Miller

This past weekend, one of the most famous mountain racing roads in the World was hosting an IDF World Qualifying Series Race, Pikes Peak,  - "America's Mountain"

Colorado Native, Zak Maytum took the win in the last corner over Californian riders Jimmy Riha after Byron and top qualifier Calvin Staub crashed in the first left.  The start line is at 11,400 ft and the Mountain peak is over 14 000 feet. The Air is thin and drag is low at this elevation, air braking doesn't do much! The 1.5 miles of perfect asphalt and 10 corners allows racers to reach speeds over 60 mp/h. Big thanks to Connor Welles of NHS and Road Rider for a successful first year.  We are already looking forward to 2014.

In the Junior Category, Californian young guns ruled. Chance Gaul took first place in front of the Vinograd brothers.

Junior podium @ Pikes 2013
Photo: Lee Cation

Brackets from the open finals can be seen here.

Junior results

Chance Gaul
Ethan Vinograd
Elijah Vonograd
Knox Heslop
Mitchell Van Dyke

Mentioned riders

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Cyrille Harnay

This post was written by Cyrille Harnay

I am Cyrille Harnay aka Komakino. I started Downhill racing in 2004. Created the Bordeaux Longskate Club, organized Hautacam freerides (2004 to 2007), IGSA World cup Peyragudes Deluxe cup (2008-2009) and IDF Peyragudes Never Dies World Cup (2012-2013-2014). Helped the IGSA as European Director (2007 to 2012) and then Founded the IDF. IDF President (2012-2017), still skateboarding, and volunteering for the IDF from time to time.
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