Downhill riders find right line

LATE ENTRY: Mount Gambier elite rider Callum Morrison was on the pace during the final round of the Inside Line Downhill Mountain Bike series held at the Valley Lakes on the weekend, despite a late entry. Picture: TREVOR JACKSON

LIMESTONE Coast competitors fared well at the final round of the Inside Line Downhill Mountain Bike series at the Valley Lakes on the weekend.

While the Elite men’s category went to an Adelaide-based rider, the “local” contingent certainly showed their class.

Conor Clancy claimed the round honours, ahead of Callum Dawes, who was crowned series winner as a result of his second place.

But it was Callum Morrison who lit up the timing monitors, finishing just 1.7 seconds behind Clancy.

The result from the Limestone Coast rider was impressive considering he had not competed in the series this year, but simply chose do dust his bike off at the last minute and compete on his home track.

Another Mount Gambier based rider Justin DeJong was also on the pace, coming home in fifth place.

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