world's best mountain bikers will roll into Whistler,
BC for the fourth annual Kokanee Crankworx Mountain
Bike Festival July 21-29. Whistler will be ground zero
for nine full days of world class mountain bike events,
free daily concerts and a wide range of action throughout
the village for all ages including a legendary party
Kokanee Crankworx has established itself as the most
exciting freeride mountain bike event on the planet
and cash and prizing totaling more than $50,000 will
ensure a spectacle that has to be seen to be believed.
The world's best riders will convene on the hallowed
dirt of the Whistler Mountain Bike Park to push the
limits of mind, body and gravity for crowds numbering
up to 15,000 for events such as the Kokanee Slopestyle
slated for Saturday, July 28. Spectators, whether young,
young at heart, hardcore enthusiast or checking out
the freeride mountain bike scene for the first time,
are sure to be blown away by Kokanee Crankworx with
something going on at every turn.
Whistler is a year-round adventure destination located
75 miles north of Vancouver, B.C., Canada, and site
for the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games. Consistently
rated among the top ski resorts in the world, Whistler
is a cosmopolitan and diverse community that welcomes
travelers seeking recreation and natural beauty four
seasons of the year. Whistler has the world's most diverse
offering of mountain biking terrain, attracting all
disciplines of mountain biking from cruising to cliffs.
From 150 miles of singletrack trails and 200 km of lift-accessed
downhill runs in the Whistler Mountain Bike Park, to
trials parks and 20 miles of the paved Valley Trail
system, there's something for every rider.
Kokanee Crankworx Mountain Bike Festival July