Peter Disera & Haley Smith win XCO Mountain Bike Canada Cup #4
June 13, 2017
With two victories and an overall series leader following the fourth round of the XCO Mountain Bike Canada Cup in Horseshoe Valley, it was a successful weekend for all three members of the Norco Factory Team – and the Norco Revolver.
Quinton Disera leads all Elite Men with 590 series points after narrowly missing out on the podium, sprinting to a 4th place finish at Horseshoe Valley.
Super happy with my race @horseshoeresort! Lost the sprint but still pumped to grab 4th against the big guns! @petey__d did the #3pete and @haleyhuntersmith rode to the top step as well!! #NFT The #powercouple are now the Canada Cup leaders! @soren.meeuwisse Thanks to @norcobicycles for the support as well as @superflyracing for the great event again! @norcobicycles #norcofactoryteam #adventurebeginshere @smithoptics #smithismtb #ltp_sports @rockshox @srammtb @htcomponents @canecreekusa @wildernesstrailbikes @jakroocanada @dtswiss @kendamtb @axiomgear @ltpsports @parktoolblue @thesneakysocks #sockdoping #sockmonthclub #matchwitheverything
Peter Disera and Haley Smith each missed Canada Cups #2 and #3 while they competed on the World Cup circuit. Peter moved up to 10th in the rankings with his victory in the Elite Men’s race, and Haley Smith sits 5th following her win in the Elite Women’s race.
Well that was rad! #3Pete Won the Horseshoe Canada Cup 3 years in a row! Stoked to see @quintondisera, @evanmcneely & @andrewlespy all roll on to the podium as well! @haleyhuntersmith took home the top step in the women’s race! Awesome racing @norcobicycles gang! 📸: @nicolawenn @rockshox @srammtb @kendamtb @dtswiss @htcomponents @wildernesstrailbikes @jakroocanada @smithoptics @horseshoeresort @superflyracing @diseraracing #winning #team #stoked #mountainbike #mtb #hattrick #horseshoevalley #diseraduo #tokyo2020 #canmtbcycling #getoutside #hometownglory #hometown A post shared by Peter Disera (@petey__d) on
Forward Racing – Norco also had a strong showing, with Andrew L’Esperance sprinting to the line ahead of Quinton for third place among Elite Men. Evan McNeely was fifth, and Sean Fincham rounded out the top ten.
For full coverage and photos from Horseshoe Valley, visit Canadian Cyclist.