Winning Bike: Andrew Crimmins' Kona Supreme Operator
It's pretty rad that a grom barely old enough to drive can take out some of the biggest names in professional downhilling. Andrew Crimmins beat the likes of Troy Brosnan and Mick Hannah with a a 2-second victory in the DH race at the Thredbo Cannonball festival. He did it on Connor Fearon's old bike, too. Let's check out his race-winning Kona Supreme Operator.
- 2014 Kona Supreme Operator
- 200mm rear travel, 64-degree head angle
- RockShox BoXXer World Cup Fork
- RockShox Vivid R2C rear shock with titanium spring
- SRAM XO 10-speed drivetrain
- e.thirteen Guide Ring
- Truvativ Boobars (780mm) and Truvativ Direct Mount Stem
- Easton Havoc DH Wheelset
- Avid XO Trail brakes
- Maxxis Minion DHF 2.5 tires
Learn more about the 2014 Kona Supreme Operator in the Vital MTB Product Guide
Credit: TIm Bardsley Smith
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sspomer 12/8/2013 10:09 AM
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The difference is this kid is beating World Champs and World Cup podium riders.
How old is he anyway? will he race some World Cups in the junior category.