Posted by Editor on 05/1/10
Welcome to the 2010 MTB World Cup Fantasy Tour - Sponsored by Gestev!
This year, the organizers of the 2010 Mountain Bike World Championships in Mont Ste Anne, Quebec, Canada - Gestev - are working with Canadian Cyclist to bring you the first ever World Cup Fantasy Tour. The top prize is a VIP package for the World Championships, including accommodation and all access passes!
Here is a list of the prizes that Gestev has generously donated:
1. Accommodation at Mont Ste Anne for two (2) people from August 31 - September 6. VIP passes to all events at the World Championships.
2. Mountain bike valued at $1200 (brand to be announced)
3. A package of 2010 World Championships merchandise, valued at $250
There are a couple changes from the rules we use for our Road Fantasy Tours, so please read them carefully! An important one to note is that we are limiting the number of team entries per person to five (5). A second one is that, as always, your team consists of 9 riders - go over, and we will arbitrarily knock off the last on your list...
The 2010 MTB World Cup Fantasy Tour - Sponsored by Gestev consists of the following events:
1. April 26 - Dalby XCO
2. May 1 - Houffalize 4X
3. May 2 - Houffalize XCO
4. May 15 - Maibor 4X
5. May 16 - Maribor DH
6. May 23 - Offenburg XCO
7. June 5 - Fort William 4X
8. June 6 - Fort William DH
9. June 19 - Leogang 4X
10. June 20 - Leogang DH
11. July 24 - Champéry DH
12. July 25 - Champéry XCO
13. July 31 - Val di Sole XCO
14. July 31 - Val di Sole 4X
15. August 1 - Val di Sole DH
You can register or revise your team up to and including May 14th at 5:00 pm EDT. Registration and team changes will be cut off at that time. Please note that rider selection consists of riders listed as members of UCI registered teams.
Each participant must pick 9 riders. You can pick riders all from one discipline (4X / DH / XCO), or just men or women if you wish, but remember that riders cannot score points in events they don't enter!
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