The Founder of World Mechanic race support Jack Galvin has put together this personalised race support service from years of racing experience to "tighten the tape" between professional riders and the Privateers, allowing privateers to "live the Pro Life".
Jack started riding at the age of 15 and has enjoyed every aspect of Gravity Enduro racing, competing in multiple EWS and national races. During Jack's adventures he noticed the lack of race support for Privateer riders and begging busy shops and team tents to use their tools just wasn't sustainable.
Jack has a highly experienced and passionate team consisting of:
Chris hinds, a passionate rider of various bikes, who became addicted to gravity enduro and downhill riding. In 2017 Chris completed a Season in Whistler as a PMBI level 1 coach and has gone on to race multiple Enduro World Series events. Chris is an experienced bike mechanic and is currently wrenching for a pro rider in the womens EWS. Chris is studying to become an Engineer and has an eye for detail.
Harry Bush, who broke into the mountain bike world cups shortly after starting riding, racing all over Europe, Canada and New Zealand in juniors, along with winning numerous state titles. Harry has a background as a qualified bike mechanic and is currently a refrigeration apprentice. Despite his success he gains the most satisfaction from helping others achieve their potential.
Together they are trying to achieve a service like no other. They have put together a service offering privateer riders mechanical race support, somewhere to hang out and the peace of mind of being looked after, because they believe every rider deserves race support to succeed in the sport no matter the riders results.