A Western Michigan University student has completed a six-day, 216-mile kayak trip down the Muskegon River to raise money for Parkinson’s disease research, education and advocacy.
Cody Ledsworth paddled to the finish line at a boat launch on Muskegon Lake on Tuesday. The 20-year-old’s trip was in honor of his grandmother, Marguerite Ledsworth, who has the disease, The Muskegon Chronicle reported.
With the start of the World Cup Downhill series at Fort William less than a month away its time to preview the season ahead. To do this I surveyed the opinions of last year’s top ten men and top five women riders with a series of ten taxing (or perhaps inane depending on your view point) questions.
Here’s a great reminder from that Parkin’s about just what went on last season.
1: Lets get this one out of the way…. Where do you stand on the wheel size debate in Downhill? Have you tested other wheel sizes? Will you be running anything larger this year?