Nash Masson powers his way up the Sale Mountain Forest Service Road. He finished a close second on the climb and posted the fourth fastest downhill time to take the enduro win in less than two hours.

GALLERY: Nash Masson breaks two-hour mark in Martha Creek Meltdown enduro race

Nash Masson, Meghan Tabor, Nick Quinn and Elinor Brown emerge as winner's of Martha Creek Meltdown on Saturday.

Nash Masson makes his way up the Sale Mountain logging road during the Martha Creek Meltdown on Saturday. The Scotsman finished second on the climb, just behind Peter Knight, but then posted the fourth fastest downhill time to win the enduro race in an amazing 1:57:17 – 12 minutes faster than Knight, and 10 minutes ahead of last year’s winning enduro time.

Nick Quinn won the men’s downhill race in 24:25, only four seconds back of Marty Schaffer’s course record.

Elinor Brown, the sister of Casey Brown, won the women’s DH race in 32:39, while Meghan Tabor won the women’s enduro in 3:20:46.

36 people took part in the race, which was fundraiser for the Revelstoke Cycling Association and the Live It! Love It! Foundation.

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