The circuit was short, about a minute and a half, pretty fast and despite having quite pedaling several areas, there were also areas of roots, cambers and several rocks linked to the circuit were quite technical.
The competition began on Sunday but on Saturday afternoon, many riders were on track to train some drawn up around the circuit on foot, until at 18:00 am, a truck started making lifts organization. On Saturday I made some 8 or 9 downs and feelings for Sunday were pretty good.
The competition officially began Sunday at 9:00 began the lifts but at that time there were no people, it seems that on Saturday night gave much of himself, perhaps too but surely this benefited us who woke up early to enjoy one morning session.
Throughout the morning did not stop riders appear, but thanks to the 4 trucks of the organization to the lifts, was not expect any type of glue. The circuit started breaking, some fell cambers but we must congratulate the organization and rapid intervention to fix them and they were ready for the race.
With about 6 or 7 downs that all morning I went to lunch with my teammates and other friends. Admittedly that is the positive side of racing, reacquaint with friends and enjoy the company of colleagues who enjoy the DH.
The first race started at 15:00 with great attendance which focused on the middle of the circuit, as it was the most colorful and banked on a plateau bound to put on a show.
The best time for this leg marked him Saul Martin Rodriguez. The other favorite, Eric Portillo suffered a fall in a zone of roots But at 17:00 they started the second round in which Eric traced by a time of 1:21,487 and becoming under 23 and a winner, winner scratch competition. A 1.603 seconds Saul was Martin with a time of 1:23,090, second fastest scratch. The local broker Kevin scratch Fernandez placed third with a time of 1:24,280.
In Saul won elites followed by Fernando Martín Prida (a true showman) and Ronald Jamarillo third position. In under 23 the best time was to Eric Portillo, second and third Gonzalo Fernandez Kevin Melendi. The first was for Junior Since Aitor López Case with a time of 1:25,245 and was also fourth scratch. The second place went to Adrian Campo Bilbao and my great teammate Emilio Gutiérrez Viñuela climbed to third escalón.En cadets Pedro Esteban Tapia Trek, climbed to the top of the podium, second and third Marcos Quintela Andrés Díaz. With a time of 1:33,204 at only 300/100 of the podium, I placed fourth.
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For me it was a great weekend with good time and mine. I want to thank my parents for taking me to my teammates not to mention Javier Gutierrez for their photons. Thank you very much also to 203 mm and bikeleon.com Here you have some fotazas Javier Gutierrez and finally a circuit onboard video. Greetings to all from Leon!