Things are getting rather exciting here as we wrap up Day 2 for us at Crankworx Whistler.
We kicked things off this morning with Reed Boggs, who popped by the booth to give his bike a little lovin’ (just wanted to show it off really, but we can’t blame him!).
He took a few lucky riders off for a ride down A-Line and Schleyer…. And one of those riders was our very own Glenn! For a glimpse of what that feels like, check out our Instagram Stories.
After the ride out, he came back to the Muc-Off booth and joined Tomas Lemoine for a signing session. Both these legends even helped us hide a few Muc-Off freebies around the Crankworx village. Everyone loves a Scavenger Hunt!
Elliott Heap, jumping for joy with an equal 5th in Dual Slalom.
The afternoon was all about the 100% Dual Slalom event, and talking about slaying, Elliott Heap took a few scalps! The EWS beast and 4X master from Sheffield went on to Round of 8, eventually losing to Matthew Sterling. A solid effort!
Could you look more focused? No, you couldn't.
Not long after, it was all about RedBull Joyride practice, which was cancelled yesterday due to bad weather. Tomas Lemoine threw down a couple of bangers, and we bumped into Reece Wallace too!
Tomas Lemoine, getting a feel for the last (and possibly best?) Crankworx slopestyle course of 2019.
They don't call it Joyride for nothing.
Always time for a little pump track practice.
Photos: Mad Dog Boris / Kike Abelleira