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Crankworx Is Hosting 3 Weeks of Live TV MTB Racing From BC

Despite cancelling the main event of the year – Crankworx Whistler – Crankworx is hosting an all-new race series over the next three weeks. 25 of the world’s best mountain bikers (who all happen to live in British Columbia) will be facing off at three destinations throughout the province starting today through August 14 in the Clif Crankworx Summer Series. We’re talking Finn Iles lining up at the start gate of a Dual Slalom race against Bas van Steenbergen at SilverStar, Andreane Lanthier Nadeau charging for the win against Vaea Verbeeck in DH racing at Kicking Horse, or Mark Wallace challenging Jesse Melamed for Enduro supremacy at Sun Peaks. How’s that for competition?

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The series will pit athletes against each other at three destinations in all the classic Crankworx disclipines: Downhill, Dual Slalom, Enduro, and Air DH. The best part? Crankworx is showing it all live, for free.

Following local COVID-19 guidelines, the events are strictly closed to the public, with everyone encouraged to tune in online.

Check back for more coverage on the events.

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