Yes - as I re-read my post from Sept. 2014, now I can add Gwinny's chainless WIN in Leogang last year, winning four out of 7 races, then the World Cup, then parting ways with Specialized. I can add Loic Bruni's incredible run of top two qualifiers and second place finishes, getting his first win in the little race known as the World Championships. Oh, and then his team ditching LapPierre and getting served up with some Specialized bikes. Or Rachel Atherton having no legitimate competition, winning 6 of 7 World Cup races and World Championship - then changing bikes (along with Gee and Dan) from GT to Trek. Or Greg Minnaar going slow to go fast, taking two wins and moving ahead of Steve Peat for all time World Cup DH wins (male). At least Greg will still be on the same bike this year. Or Richie Rude winning the Enduro World Series two years after winning Junior World Championships in DH - and still not old enough to buy a beer in the U.S. Or Jared Graves moving to Specialized after 12 years with Yeti... Should be an exciting 2016!