Jamie Nicoll

The Jamie Nicoll Travelling Circus

There were large doses of envy around the office when Jamie sugested Guy join him and Santa Cruz photographer Gary Perkin on a mtb roadie from Picton to Rotorua. With the NZ Enduro in Marlborough and the EWS in Rotorua two weeks later a swag of international riders were in town, including the Santa Cruz enduro team and 50to01 crew. The roadie morphed into a travelling circus with the 'talent' (Josh 'Ratboy' Bryceland and CG Cedric Gracia perhaps the most recognisable), media and even a camp chef.

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January 16, 2017

Mtb › New Zealand ›

2017 Adventures

Ground Effect and Jamie Nicoll have been mates through the highs and lows. We ramped up our support last season as he changed focus - adventuring with his bike to exotic and remote destinations, and competing in just a handful of his favourite enduros. 

Photo by Gary Perkin

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October 25, 2016

Spot-Check Norway

What better place to explore as recovery from Euro Bike stress than Norway. Breathtaking scenery and jaw dropping single track. Check it all out here.

Photo: Gary Perkin

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July 11, 2016

Americas › mtb ›

Jamie Nicoll Wins Trans BC Enduro

This man deserves a beer! Ground Effect rider Jamie Nicoll rolled off the back of the Trans Provence to win the inaugural Trans BC Enduro in Canada at the weekend.

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June 27, 2016

Europe › mtb ›

Jamie Nicoll at Trans-Provence 2016

Daily updates from Jamie Nicoll at the Trans-Provence - the original multi-day mtb stage race. Six days, 24 stages and 27,000m of blind racing.

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June 02, 2016

Europe › mtb ›

Jamie Pads Up for the Trans-Provence

Recently 'retired' from the Enduro World Series, his Polygon Factory Team and a life living out of a suitcase -  Jamie Nicoll has returned to his roots and house truck in Nelson.

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December 01, 2015

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Meet Enduro Rider Jamie Nicoll

For a small (ish) country New Zealand has had more than its fair share of battlers that have, against the odds and on limited resources, prevailed on the world stage. Jamie Nicoll joins the fray with a story that is worthy of a Danny Boyle biopic.

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