This summer, TSG announces the addition of two uprising talents to their Pro Team. Germany’s Peter Henke and Britain’s Daryl Brown, two important cornerstones of our roster, have made the leap from the TSG Ambassador Team to the Pro Team. Both riders have garnered a good deal of notice lately and sync perfectly with the TSG Team.

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Henke originally landed on the team through the recommendation of Timo Pritzel. Soon he was a member of our Ambassador Team and we watched in awe as over the coming years his ability and stature grew. This year has seen him become a continual presence in the top 10 at big events such as Vienna Air King, Red Bull Bergline and 26Trix.
His ascent was underscored by being the only domestic rider to receive an invite to compete at X Games Munich. Unfortunately, having made the finals he had to withdraw through injury, however his presence alone was a landmark achievement and bodes well for the future. Furthermore, Pete also demonstrated his rich run of form with a second place at the Colorado Freeride Festival in the United States this summer. Pete came over for a relaxed afternoon of Wake Surfing and a BBQ and the deal was sealed. Welcome to the team!

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Equally, Daryl Brown is a face who we will be seeing more of at TSG. Having already been hooked up by TSG in the UK via Ison Distribution, this year the 23- year old made headlines with a near-world record jump of 7.5 metres at the Highest Air contest at Bike Days in Switzerland. However, this British lad doesn’t just go big, he also has super style. His trademark one- handed Superman seat grab is a show- stopper with every single audience. Daryl is usually to be found on the podium at UK contests, notably winning the Dirt War series in 2012. Throughout the current season he has convinced with top 20 placements at FMB World Tour Gold events. In the coming year, Daryl’s plan is to compete at major Gold and Diamond Tour events as well as competing in the USA. In preparation, he is headed to California on a training mission with his teammate Sam Pilgrim this coming spring. We look forward to receiving video evidence of their escapades!

Find out more about Peter Henke here: https://www.ridetsg.com/team/bike/peter_henke and about Daryl Brown here: https://www.ridetsg.com/team/bike/daryl_brown