July 21st, 2011 by Sim Bradley
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Welcome to this weeks special Rail Clash, where we get the cable staff from JB Ski to ride head to head on the banked flatbar obstacle, with Nigel ‘Backflip World Champ” Offord pitting his skills against Jack Breslin. 

In the last battle it was Daniel Grant who was voted the winner in the battle between him and Freddie Carter.

This week JBSki Cable Manager, Matt Stevens, introduces the rules and the riders. The format is simple: 2 riders go head-to-head on one obstacle, and take it in turns to do three tricks each.

This is where you come in – You are the judges for the Rail Clash. So when you’ve watched the video, scroll down the page and vote for the rider you think performed the best three tricks. You have a week to place your vote until the next video goes up, and this will run every Thursday for the rest of the year.
Enjoy the video, and make sure to vote for your winner.

Who did the best three tricks - Nigel or Jack?

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Welcome to this weeks special Rail Clash, where we get the cable staff from JB Ski to ride head to head on the banked flatbar obstacle, with Nigel ‘Backflip World Champ” Offord pitting his skills against Jack Breslin. 
In the last battle it was Daniel Grant who was voted the winner in the battle between him and Freddie Carter.
This week JBSki Cable Manager, Matt Stevens, introduces […]

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