After the Leogang World Cup, the Pivot Factory DH team took some time out in Schladming, Austria, to enjoy a more relaxed style of riding at one of the most famous bike parks in the world.

Bernard Kerr takes full advantage of this and spends his time whipping off every jump possible. He’s also been teaching his team mate Emilie Siegenthaler how to style it out too. She is clearly an eager student as you can see her throw out some shapes of her own.

The Leogang World Cup was a good one for the Pivot team. Siegenthaler came fourth and Kerr finished fourteenth, they now sit sixth in the team competition, despite the fact they have been without their third team member, Eliot Jackson, since the first round on Lourdes.

After Schladming, Kerr headed to Bratislava for the City Downhill World Tour race. Although the crazy track looks like it would have made for an exciting race, the event had to be cancelled due to an invasion of Neo-Nazis in the finish area.

Siegenthaler and Kerr have now arrived in Lenzerheide for round four of this year’s World Cup series. Things are going well so far, Ragot qualified fifth for the women and Kerr will start in eighth in the men’s race.