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Full name  Jared Graves
Role  Cyclist
2002  Orange/Madcatz
Height  1.78 m

2003  Ironhorse/Madcatz
Weight  85 kg
Name  Jared Graves
Current team  Oakley, Inc.
Jared Graves Jared Graves39 Yeti SB66C Interbike 2013 Pinkbike

Born  16 December 1982 (age 33) Toowoomba, Queensland, Australia (1982-12-16)
Discipline  Mountain bike (Enduro, Downhill and 4X) BMX
2004-current  Yeti/Fox Racing Shox Factory team

Jared Graves, Curtis Keene - Enduro Training in Rotorua New Zealand

Jared Graves (born 16 December 1982 in Toowoomba, Queensland) is an Australian cyclist who has represented Australia in BMX, four-cross (4X), and downhill mountain biking. In 2006, he finished second in the mountain bike 4x world cup series. In 2008 he finished second in the BMX world cup series and was selected to compete at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, where he finished sixth.


Jared Graves Video Jared Graves Wins The SRAM Canadian Open Enduro

Graves became 4X World Cup champion in 2009, winning 5 from 8 rounds. On 4 September 2009 he won the UCI 4X World Championship in Canberra, Australia. He won the 2010 UCI 4X World Cup series winning 4 from 6 rounds, then won the silver medal at the 2010 4X World Championships At Mont-Sainte-Anne, Canada after leading the final all the way until making a mistake and being passed on the final corner. Graves also won the 2011 4X World Cup title winning 3 from 5 Rounds. Graves rides for Yeti Cycles. Graves is widely regarded as the best four-cross racer of all time.

Jared Graves Jared Graves to Ride Yeti SB66 at 2013 DH World Champs

Graves has turned his focus to the fastest growing discipline and arguably the discipline enjoying the most popularity in mountain bike racing for 2013, enduro. He has had a strong start to the season with wins at the traditional international season opening event, the Sea Otter Classic in California. He has finished top at almost all the 2013 Enduro World Series events, including a win at round 5 of the series during the Whistler Crankworx festival, and has finished the season as the number 2 ranked enduro racer in the world. He then jumped back into downhill racing at the end of the season went on to place 3rd at the UCI Mountain Bike & Trials World Championships in Pietermaritzburg, South Africa.

Jared Graves Bike check

In 2014 Graves won 3 of the 7 rounds of the Enduro World Series (Valloire, France, round 3 - Winter Park, USA, round 5 - and whistler, Canada, round 6) as well as 2 second-place finishes (round 1 and 7), a 5th (round 4) and a 9th (round 2) to become the 2014 Enduro World Champion.

Jared Graves 2013 Sea Otter Pro Dual Slalom Results Jared Graves

In December 2015 it was announced that Graves would join the Specialized Racing Factory Enduro Team for 2016.

Specialized welcomes jared graves


Jared Graves Wikipedia

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