The Inside Line Podcast - Mark Weir and Marco Osborne 3

Sit down with the Sergeant of Suffering and his young, enduro-shredding protege at the TDS Enduro in NorCal.

The Inside Line Podcast - Mark Weir and Marco Osborne

 

Have you ever climbed 1,000,000 vertical feet in a year on your mountain bike, let alone a VP-Free? Have you ever coughed so hard your jaw locked open? The legendary Sergeant of Suffering, Mark Weir, has. Weir is a NorCal MTB legend who has given us Hell Ride, helped blaze the pumptrack trail, and taught us that epic adventure is what getting into the mountains is all about. Marco Osborne is a young, upstart American enduro racing pinner who learned all he needs to know from Mark Weir.

At the TDS (The Dirty Sanchez) Enduro a couple weeks ago, Vital's Brandon Turman sat down with Weir and Osborne to talk enduro racing, suffering for your trails in Marin county, and putting your wheels where your heart is.

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sspomer 5/1/2018 9:51 PM

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Awesome once again. Very interesting insights on the EWS. The extra practice thing happens in DH too but doesn’t really seem to correlate that much with the results on the race weekend as far as the riders concerned that I’ve noticed go anyways.
Besides that Mark Weir is an inspiration, and no not just because he climbed a zillion miles in a day or whatever. Ahhh man and he blasts music too. Shit the guys just a way better version of me.

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"I was still working at that point with WTB, I still am now, I JUST DONT GO TO WORK!" ..... Ya that sounds like the job we all want!! awesome

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