1. HI Guys!

    to cheer up my riding to another level I’m spending some more time in BC. Whistler Bikepark is a blast these days and the dirt feels like magic, no break bumps, no dust, it’s incredible. But I’m not only working on my DH skills, I visited Kamloops and rode some dirt jumps as well, trails in Pemberton, Chilcotins and Squamish, Coast Gravity Park, …Oakley Hip Whistler

    Stay tuned for some pics

    Cheers Kathi

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  2. Dual Slalom @ Crankworx Whistler

    To wrap up a perfect MTB festival I competed at Dual Slalom as well. So in total it has been Dual Speed & Style, Pumptrack and Dual Slalom. I had a gnarly crash and broke my front wheel, thanks to the bikestore “Bike Co” in Whistler for repairing it immediately I own you guys a beer 🙂



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  3. Twins Women Camp at Flims/ Laax, Switzerland

    Anita and Caro Gehrig are 2 crazy good Enduro girls from Switzerland. They compete at the EWS and have amazing results in the top 5. But they are not only amazing riders, they are the best party buddies, #goodtimes buddies and always in a good mood. THEY ARE MOUNTAINBIKE!

    It’s always amazing to see how they spread the love of Mountainbiking to Ladies at their Ladies Camp. It’s my second year in a row they’ve invited me to guide at the beautiful area of Flims/Laax. In total there were 45 girls taking part. Thanks Twinsimg_0951 for all the good times and challenges. One competition was to take a picture of the “Best view”, my group interpreted it as #pornorama 😀

    Thanks for the invite Ladies, I had a blast!





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  4. img_0888Trek Bike Attack Lenzerheide dsc02462#3

    On the last weekend of august I jumped off the plane from Whistler and straight into Lenzerheide for Trek Bike Attack. It was my third time competing in the mass downhill race. It’s always a pleasure to ride it even if it means war to shred the 16km downhill, 250 HM uphill as fast as I can with about 30 other girls and 650 other men.

    They have changed the Qualification course this year. Normally it was a bikepark lap but this year we had to race the track to Churwalden with an uphill over about 2mins. It doesn’t sound much to pedal uphill for 2 minutes but these 2 minutes mean death or alive. I almost puked into my helmet hahaha. On raceday I got up at 5am to have a good position on the start line and I finished 7th in the end. I’m super stoked about the result as I don’t ride downhill that much. The day was perfect when my Trek colleague Armin Beeli finished 2nd and Tracy Moseley from Trek Factory Racing 1st.

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