Danny Hart’s remarkable downhill winning effort at the UCI Mountain Bike World Championships has been crowned British Cycling’s Ride of the Year 2011.
Nineteen-year-old Danny Hart experienced his “perfect day” when he won the World Downhill title on a rain-ravaged course which had defeated the best riders in the world, with a ride of such skill and flair that it almost defied description.
After being shortlisted, Hart claimed 57.79% of the public vote, ahead of the British men's road race team that delivered Mark Cavendish to gold in second place and Jon-Allen Butterworth in third.
You can view Hart’s winning ride on his nomination page here. Full results are below.
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