There is a popular saying on the coast of British Columbia “Trails don’t build themselves!” This is a true statement, without the local trail builders spending countless hours in the forest building trails there would be nothing to ride.
Stéphane Ortelli is a professional race car driver who has been world champion three times. For the past several years he has been using Polygon bikes as part of his off the track training. This year Stéphane will be racing in an all-new Jaguar with the Emil Frey Racing Team. Polygon will continue to support him […]
The track was a changing affair all weekend and provided a big challenge for the racers all weekend. The team had a good weekend with Tracey ending up on the podium again in 4th. Mick continued his run of good form with 11th , Alex is starting to find his pace again with a 28th […]
Tracey Hannah continued her great run of form with a second place result in front over 20,000 spectators. Tracey now sits 3rd overall, moving up from 4th and has 2nd place firmly in her sights! For the men, Andrew Neethling had some terrible luck on course suffering a mechanical high up on the course ending […]
It is with my greatest pleasure to finally share with you what we have been working on this winter! First of all thanks for all the love for Pure Darkness 2, this is what made us so motivated to try and go one better and make number 3.
Sometimes you have a calling to follow your passion – we followed ours to mountain bike paradise and it was one of the best choices we ever made. Filmed in 4k, at the teams winter training base of Queenstown, NZ we asked our friends to help join us in celebrating some amazing times – By […]
Polygon Bike is proud to announce that Benoit Treluyer has been added to the Polygon ambassador program. Treluyer is a well-known race car driver, driving for the Audi R18 team. Treluyer along with his teammates Marcel Fasslerr and Andre Lotterer will be using several Polygon models to help with training. With a mixture of anticipation and optimism, the 2012 […]
https://youtu.be/P6nVTPexhOA Tracey, who lives in Cairns, produced a stellar run to claim a fine second place in the womens elite final. Cheered on by thousands of fans, the James Cook university student improved by two places on her Rd1 result at Lourdes, France.
The team had a mixed bag results wise. Tracey Hannah rode a super clean race and came away with a 4th on the podium and a great start to her overall challenge – well done!