The normally peaceful Port town of Lyttelton, New Zealand changes to a place of high speed chaos when mountain bikers invade the streets once a year for the Lyttelton Urban Downhill. Racers push their limits down the 1.3km course over driveways, through backyards, off garage roofs, through a house, down stair ways, on to shipping containers and even over parked trucks. This 600m descent pushes even the best riders out of their comfort zone. For the second year running Cam Cole outpaces Wyn Masters by only seconds to be crowned the fastest of 2014.
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