White Knuckles On 'Urban Downhill'

Aussie downhill rider “Sick Mik” Hannah has captured a few podium finishes on his way down the mountain. His sixth place finish at this year’s urban downhill in Taxco, Mexico, earned him a 2nd place overall on the tour. Hannah rides a prototype downhill machine made by Polygon that can swap between 26” and 27.5” wheels to match the course. If you’re unfamiliar with urban downhill, strap in and hold tight. His hairpin corner office view will keep you at the edge of your seat.