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RIDER: DANNY SUMMERHILL

N A M E : D A N N Y SUM ME R H I L L / / T E AM: U N I T E DH E ALT H CAR E P R O C YC L I NG T EAM H O M E TO W N : D E N V ER , COL OR ADO SP E C IA LTY: H A RD T E AM WOR K E R (DOME S T I QU E ) SE A SO N H I G H LIG H T: BE I N G PAR T OF T H E L E ADOU T T R AI N T H AT D EL I VERS JOHN M URP HY T O T HE F I NI S H LIN E I N FI RST P LA C E I N AU S T R AL I A AT T H E S U N T OU R , OR I N AMERI C A AT T HE T OUR OF JOE M ART I N, A W I N I S A W I N A N D TH E Y AL L F E E L JU S T T H E S AME C A RE E R H IG H LI G H T: 201 5 R E ADI N G CL AS S I C, 201 5 BOU L DE R CU P OF C YC L OC ROS S

So even though I laid it down two times in one race, I could not have won my first professional road race without being on my Maxxis tires. Although two crashes in one race sounds like quite a lot, it was really just the norm on this incredible day. For over 100 miles, we raced through the rain over the country roads of Pennsylvania and finished with fewer than half of the original 200 starters. Had it not been for my Maxxis tubular tires, I probably would have ended up like so many other racers that day, crashed out over some soggy embankment or grass ditch. But with my luck, I mash across the finish line first in what can only be described as a torrential downpour and a race to go down in the record books as simply epic. 25 MAXXIS.COM

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