The Summit Racing championship is about to get a new champion, and it’s not the first time the company has tried to keep its best young talent on its roster.
Last year, after a string of bad luck, the company decided to send two of its best riders, Jake Johnson and Alex Wilson, home to play for the U.S. national team.
And while Wilson returned to the fold after a season of injury, Johnson had a tough time staying healthy.
Now, he’s back, and he’s got a new chance at the title.
The Summit Racing season starts on Saturday, August 16.
It’s the first of the season, and Johnson and Wilson will compete for the overall Pro Line title in a seven-race season.
The top four finishers in each race will advance to the championship, with the final three finishers taking home the title, and the top two finishers will get a spot on the U-23 World Cup team.
The stakes are high, but there are also some familiar faces on the team.
The Summit drivers and riders are all experienced, and there are no young drivers who have yet to win a race.
The team’s two top drivers are veteran racers who have won a number of races in the Pro Line, but their experience is limited.
Wilson has won two Pro Line championships, in 2012 and 2014, while Johnson has won three of the last four races.
The difference this time is that Wilson is returning after a seven year absence from the sport, while he’s competing in the Tour de France, a sport that Johnson has been in since 2009.
He’s also been a major part of the team for years, and Wilson is a great addition to a team that has a ton of experience.
Johnson will face off against the top three finisher in the race.
Johnson will win the overall title, while Wilson will advance through to the U23 world championship, and will be able to make a final bid for a medal at the Tour Down Under in 2019.
The U-20 World Cup squad has also qualified for the race in 2019, but they haven’t qualified for any race since their last appearance at the end of 2015.
The team will also bring back a number, including top-line talent and a number who are competing for the World Cup roster.
The first four finisher will advance.
Wilson will also be looking to make history, as he’s the only rider on the Pro line to ever win the Pro Race championship.
Johnson is currently riding for Team Raleigh, the first team in the Continental division to win at the Mountain Bike Championships.
Wilson won the Pro-Continental title in 2015, and won the U21 World Cup title last year.
Johnson also won the World Series of American Mountain Bike in 2017.
Both drivers will start from the front.
Wilson has already won races for Team Hill Climb Racing, while Ryan Miller won the pro-Continential title last season.
Wilson is the only driver on the road team who has ever won a Pro-Series title, as well as the Pro Series Championship.
Miller is a three-time winner of the Tour of the Uptown in 2018 and 2019.
Johnson has raced in the World Championships since 2012, winning the race three times, and having a career-best finish of fourth in 2016.
Miller finished in second in 2016, but won the Tour du Sud last year, the Pro Tour in 2017, and finished sixth in 2018.
The 23-year-old will be making his first start in the Mountain Cup, and is coming off of a strong start to the season.
He won the race last year with Team Hillclimb Racing.
Wilson, who is also a three time Pro Series champion, will be looking for his first win of the Mountain Series.
He finished third in 2016 with Team Raleigh.
Wilson raced for Team Katusha, and was part of a team of seven riders that won the Giro d’Italia.
Wilson also won four races in 2018, and his overall finish of second in the 2015 Pro Series championship is a career best.
Wilson finished fifth in the U20 World Series in 2017 and won a podium at the Ghent-Miller Cup this year.
Wilson and Miller both have a lot of experience, as Miller has won races in his past two seasons with the same team.
Miller, who has also won three Tour du Tours, will make his debut in the event.
Miller has raced for the Continental squad three times in the past three years, finishing in second and third in 2015 and 2016.
In 2017, he finished second in Pro Series racing.
Miller will make the debut in his first season with Team Rascall, a team he’s raced for before.
Miller won two races for Rascalli, and has won the national title twice in the series.
Miller has raced the Tour des Puytons, as part of Team HillClimb Racing before, in 2015.
He has a very similar