Posted by Editoress on 07/23/13
Tenth Anniversary Crankworx Whistler Will Host Canada Cup Downhill and Cross Country Finals August 14 And 18
Crankworx Whistler is proud to unveil Canada Cup XCO course map which will be held on Wednesday, August 14, as part of the new Canadian Open XC event.
"We are very pleased with the proposed course,” says Mathieu Boucher, director of performance development at Cycling Canada. “The lost Lake loop that will be used for the Canada Cup final will feature some of the nicest twisty single track that Whistler can offer" ”Russell Wood and his team are working really hard to offer a great Canada Cup course that will pleased both: the Pro and the amateur racers”
Registration is openfor the Canadian Open XC / Canada Cup finale. GO HERE and click on Crankworx Entry link for pull down menu.
XC race information is available at the event page XC
DH race information is available at the event page DH
About the Canada Cup
The Canada Cup series is designed to provide competitive opportunities to the next generation of cyclists, transitioning from provincial race series to international competitions.
Hosted in partnership between Cycling Canada, its provincial sport organizations and local organizing committee, the Canada Cup Cycling Series is sanctioned by the International Cycling Union.
About Crankworx Whistler
August 9-18, 2013, the world's best downhill, slopestyle and enduro riders will migrate to the Whistler Mountain Bike Park for the 10th Annual Crankworx Whistler. Crankworx Les 2 Alpes will take place July 6 – 14, 2013 and is the only Crankworx event to take place outside of North America. High-summer's convergence of all things freeride, Crankworx is a 10-day festival of epic endurance, supreme flow, monster air and vertical-dropping riding. A time-tested stage for gravity-fed mountain biking, Crankworx has forged the future of freeride, launched careers and raised up a spectacle out of dirt, sweat and cheers. Feel the impact. Embrace the amplitude. Experience the awe that is Crankworx Whistler 2013.
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