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Cedric Gracia and Vanessa Quin get seriously big a

Cedric Gracia and Vanessa Quin get seriously big air

Sebastien Picaude,
Vanessa Quin, Cedric Gracia
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Now the tension of the World Mountain Bike and Trials Championships in Rotorua is over, two high profile competitors show their novel take on “winding down and taking it easy.”

Colourful Frenchman Cedric Gracia and champion New Zealand mountain biker Vanessa Quin were joined by Cedric’s bike mechanic Sebastien Picaude, for an NZONE 12,000ft tandem skydive over Mt Ngongotaha.

NZONE is an official sponsor of the 2006 UCI World Mountain Bike and Trials Championships.

Photo caption: Cedric Gracia and Vanessa Quin get seriously big air with NZONE Tandem Skydiving.

Photos credit NZONE.

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Cedric Gracia and
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