The British Downhill National Points Series is headed to South Wales this weekend, September 26-27, for its final round. The last time a race was held there, Marc Beaumont took home a gold medal and the national champion's jersey. This time, racers will tackle a course with a fast, open sectino up top and a revamped finishing area. In the middle, there will be plenty of roots and rut.
"It's like Fort William with trees," said Rob Warner of the Rheola course.
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