22. 7. 2014
The Wildest Race in Taxco Closed the City Downhill World Tour 2014
The best riders from 16 nations gathered in Taxco, the final stop of the first City Downhill World Tour 2014 (CWDT), fighting for the World Champion title. For years, Filip Polc stood as the undisputed king of street racing. In 2012, Marcelo Gutierrez, another urban legend, challenged the claim with several major wins in a row. The playful rivalry of the past year often found Marcelo just ahead, but at Taxco 2013 it was Filip who returned victorious again.
Although Filip Polc took the overall lead with a second place finish in this year's edition of the City Downhill World Tour, it was the talented and crazy Brazilian Bernardo Neves Cruz who took the win.
Overall CDWT results:
1. Filip Polc (SVK) - 95 points
2. Mick Hannah (AUS) - 43 points
3. Tomas Slavik (CZE) - 42 points
Check out Filip Polc's final run video and Taxco's photo gallery below.
Cover Photo: © Daniel Badia
Article Photos: © Bruno Diaz
Gallery Photos: © Marcos Ferro