What a year.
Massive highs and huge lows for Steve Peat.
On record, this will probably go down as one of his worst World Cup seasons to date, in terms of results….
But off the circuit and even off the bike, Peaty has been and done some amazing things during 2012.
We take a look behind the scenes in Hafjell, Norway, the last World Cup of 2012 and why Steve couldn’t carry his practice speed into this race run…
Nothing’s better than a happy ending, so we went to Thailand to get one…. Amazing trails, food and people… A crazy local race, long jump contests, muay thai fighting…. what a trip, all thanks to http://wwwX-BikingChiangMai.com
We hope you’ve enjoyed This Is Peaty Season 1.
Here’s to 2013.
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