Aaron Gwin Chainless Win at Leogang 2015 World Cup Downhill MTB

by Updated April 19, 2018

Aaron Gwin's incredible winning chainless World Cup DH run in Leogang, Austria on June 14, 2015... immortalized.

Troy: "When did that break?"
Aaron: "The start gate"
Troy: "You motherf***er"
Aaron: "The suspension works good when there's no chain"

 

In case winning a World Cup mountain bike race without a bike chain wasn't crazy enough, you may also want to check out Aaron Gwin's run last year at Leogang, Austria in 2014 where he finishes without a tire attached to the back rim.

Aaron Gwin discusses his unbelievable run at the fourth stop of the 2014 World Cup series.

 


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