Whether you’re fans of Descent World or are simply interested in learning about as many enduro and downhill teams as possible, simply continue reading to discover everything that you need to know about Descent World. An up and coming team, which is quickly gaining fans due to their online content, which is being watched by thousands of individuals, all around the world.
Everything that you need to know about Descent World:
Descent World partnered with Radon in 2019:
At the end of 2018 Descent World’s future was uncertain as at the time the team was still looking for partnership. In the end however, Descent World was offered a partnership deal with Radon, a German bike company. Which is quickly gaining traction.
During the same year Descent World also signed a sponsorship with Dakine, who provided Descent World’s team with their professional riding attire. Lastly Descent World also chose to team up with Kingud and Granite. Who supplied their team’s warehouse with must need items such as skid lids, bike stands and eco-friendly cleaning products.
Descent World featured a trio of accomplished riders:
In 2019, Descent World consisted of three skilled riders, Scottish Enduro Champion Louise Ferguson, and her team mates Mick Easton and Tommy Wilkinson.
Descent World is based out of Scotland:
All though not all of the team are Scottish, Descent World is based in Scotland for the time being. Although the team are open to moving in the future, in order to take on new tracks and competitions around the world. So if Descent World begin to start winning local titles, there is a chance that you’ll be able to watch Descent World’s stars take on various downhill tracks, in various international destinations.
Descent World’s trio competed in the 2019 Scottish Enduro series:
As part of the 2019 Scottish Enduro series, Louise, Mick and Tommy raced at the Crankworx, Ard Rock and the Naughty Northumbrian. All of which you may be familiar with, if you follow the Scottish Enduro series or have explored some of Scotland’s top MTB parks and trails. Many of which are world class and feature steep, tactical sections, which have been designed to test the world’s top Enduro riders and downhill riders.
The stars of Descent World are known for posting epic videos of their rides:
Descent World’s stars are known for uploading regular videos of some of their training rides on their team’s official YouTube account. Mick Easton in particular, has built an online reputation for posting videos featuring death defying crashes on his trips around the world. So if you enjoy watching epic stunts, it’s well worth following Descent World on YouTube. Especially as Louise, Mick and Tommy are hilarious, fun loving characters, who keep their viewers well entertained.
So if you’re looking for a team with attitude and plenty of energy to watch, it’s well worth following the future successes of one of Scotland’s downhill teams to watch, Descent World. As in a relatively short period of time, Descent World’s talented trio have already shown that they have what it takes to achieve a high level of success.