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Downhill racer Harry Heath goes privateer for 2013

We like Harry Heath here at Bike Magic. Although we are trail junkies, we like to follow the top downhill riders and the World Cup DH action throughout the season, and for that reason it’s always good to see a happy, friendly rider like Harry doing well. 

For the 2013 season expect to hear Rob Warner’s trademark voice-box breaking commentary singing the tune of Harry Heath, privateer on a mission as he takes on the world with the backup of some top companies.

Harry Heath – stylish, friendly and able to pull in the results. If you’re heading to the Fort William World Cup this year be sure to cheer him on (he’s the one in the tracksuit…).

Here’s the press release:


With the race season kicking off, Pro-Elite Downhiller Harry Heath has set himself up as a privateer in 2013. Riding the stunning carbon Devinci Wilson and Dixon frames, Harry has gone about putting a package together that will allow him to have the right support needed to achieve his goals.

With further support from Renthal, Five Ten, Schwalbe, Gamut, Sapim spokes,, DH osteopathy, Mojo/Fox Suspension, Madison Distribution and Haven Distribution.

“These are all companies I really want to work with and it’s awesome to know I’m on the best product out there… That was one of the biggest goals for me when it came round to making up a privateer deal – I had to be on the right tools to get the job done and I couldn’t be happier with my new bikes.”

Harry will be racing the full World Cup Series, British Downhill Series, British National Championships, and with the aim of securing a place on the GB World Championships squad for the event later in the year in South Africa.

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