Garbanzo DH, Air DH, Canadian Open DH and 100% Dual Slalom
Online registration opens May 7th, 2019 at 10:00am PDT – REGISTER HERE
Registration Deadline: August 10th, 2019 at 12:00pm PDT (unless race sells out in advance)
*Garbo DH Deadline: August 6th at 11:59pm PDT (unless race sells out in advance)
Riders must register in the same category for all events (there is not an option to register in Pro for one event and Amateur for another). Exception applies for those registering in the Junior Expert category for Canadian Open DH/Canada Cup.
CamelBak Canadian Open Enduro presented by Specialized and Bell Helmets EWS80
EWS and EWS100 – race is sold out.
EWS100 Waitlist Registration
Registration for the EWS80 will be through the centralized Enduro World Series entry system.
Entries open – https://race-entry.enduroworldseries.com/start.php (space available, first come basis)
Registration will not be offered onsite – only a check-in desk for pre-registered competitors.
Athlete Centre Location:
Aava Hotel Whistler
4005 Whistler Way, Whistler, BC V0N 1B4
Hours – EWS/EWS100/EWS80
Wednesday August 7 | 3:00pm – 6:30pm (EWS/EWS100) & 6:30pm – 7:30pm (EWS Team Riders Only)
Thursday August 8 | 8:00am – 10:00am (EWS/EWS100 Only) & 5:00pm – 7:00pm (EWS/EWS100/EWS80)
Friday August 9 | 8:00am – 10:00am
Hours – All Other Events
Thursday August 8 | 8:00am – 10:00am (Garbo DH Only)
Friday August 9 | 8:00am – 1:00pm (Garbo DH Only)
Sunday August 11 | 8:00am – 12:00pm
Monday August 12 | 8:30am – 12:00pm
Tuesday August 13 | 8:30am – 1:00pm
Wednesday August 14 | 9:00am – 1:00pm
Thursday August 15 | 9:00am – 1:00pm
Friday August 16 | 9:00am – 1:00pm
Saturday August 17 | 8:00am – 10:00am
Free day parking is available in Creekside. MAP
Whistler resort day parking lots are available on a first come first serve basis. Day Lots 1-3 are $10/day. Day Lots 4/5 are $5/day. Blackcomb lots 6,7, & 8 are closed. MAP
RACE CATEGORY ELIGIBILITY
Race Category Eligibility (age and gender) for all Crankworx events will be determined by the athletes Cycling Canada or UCI license. For athletes who do not possess a Cycling Canada or UCI license, and do not require one for any of the races in which they are entered, Race Category Eligibility (age and gender) will be determined by the athletes birth certificate or passport. Athletes may be required to provide evidence at the point of athlete registration or accreditation (at the discretion of the Athlete Manager or Event Director).
HOW OLD DO I HAVE TO BE TO ENTER?
Minimum age for the Air DH, Garbanzo DH, Bell Helmets EWS80 Enduro and 100% Dual Slalom is 13 (year of birth 2006)
Minimum age for Canadian Open DH presented by iXS / Canada Cup is 13 (year of birth 2006) as well, however qualification standards must be met before registering in the Youth Men 13-14 and Youth Amateur Women 13-18 categories. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
Minimum age for the CamelBak Canadian Open Enduro presented by Specialized (EWS / EWS100) is 17 (year of birth 2002).
Please refer to the Kidsworx programming for options for younger competitors.
DO I NEED A LICENCE?
Competitors registered in the Elite and Junior Expert categories for the Canadian Open DH presented by iXS / Canada Cup will need to have a UCI license issued by their national federation. Only Elite and Junior Expert UCI license holders can register in the Elite and Junior Expert categories. Unlicensed riders can sign up in the Amateur age classes.
UCI and Canada Cup points are available for Elite Men/Women, Junior Expert Men/Women.
New for 2019 – Competitors registered in the CamelBak Canadian Open Enduro presented by Specialized will need a UCI license issued by their own national federation. EWS racers in the the CamelBak Canadian Open Enduro presented by Specialized will also need a 2019 EWS Membership.
Racers in the EWS100 group of the CamelBak Canadian Open Enduro presented by Specialized as well as racers in the Bell Helmets EWS80 will also need race licenses – but the requirements are a little more relaxed. Any race license would be accepted, including Amateur, Master, and Cycling for All licenses.
EWS100 and EWS80 racers will also have the option to race with a one event license – available for purchase from the Canadian Cycling Federation at the onsite checkin .EWS memberships are optional for EWS100 and EWS80 racers – but only riders with a membership will be eligible to collect EWS Global Ranking points.
UCI Race licenses are not required for the Air DH, Garbanzo DH or 100% Dual Slalom.
DO I HAVE TO BE A PRO?
Both pro and amateur categories are offered for the Air DH, Garbanzo DH, Canadian Open DH presented by iXS and 100% Dual Slalom. Athletes can select to register either as an amateur (Youth, Junior, Senior, Master, or Veteran) or a Pro (no age classes).
Riders must register in the same category for all events (there is not an option to register is Pro for one event and Amateur for another).
DO I NEED A LIFT TICKET?
Air DH, Garbanzo DH, Canadian Open DH presented by iXS, Bell Helments EWS80 Enduro and CamelBak Canadian Open Enduro presented by Specialized all require a lift ticket or pass to access the Whistler Mountain Bike Park. Whistler Mountain Bike Park tickets/passes are not included in the registration/entry fees.
Discounted lift tickets will be available in the Athlete Centre for race and training days. Must be purchased at the Aava at the same time that racers collect their race plate.
Adult Training Day Ticket: $59 CAD + tax
Youth Training Day Ticket: $53 CAD + tax
Race Day Ticket (All Ages): $25 CAD + tax
Discounted Whistler Bike Park passes are also available for racers registered in 3+ Crankworx races. Passes are valid from August 1st – October 14th, 2019. Passes have to be purchased through Whistler Bike Park Guest Services (Village Gondola or Creekside)
Unlimited Season Pass – $580 CAD + tax (regular price $830)
10-Day Pass $435 CAD + tax (regular price $545)
5-Day Pass $275 CAD + tax (regular price $340)
DO RACERS GET LIFT LINE PRIORITY?
Racers registered in the Air DH, Garbanzo DH, and Canadian Open DH will have priority loading on the Fitzsimmons Chair on race day.
HOW DO I FIND OUT WHAT TIME I’LL BE RACING?
Event times are posted on the event schedule. The start list will be posted online the evening prior to the event. Copies will also be posted in the Athlete Centre on the morning of the race.
DO I HAVE TO WEAR A FULL FACE HELMET?
Full-face helmets are required for all Crankworx events (Downhills, Dual Slalom, Enduros, Whip-off, Dual Speed & Style, Pumptrack and Slopestyle).
MEDICAL SERVICES / FIRST AID MANAGEMENT
First aid personnel will be available during training sessions and competition.
Whistler Bike Park Patrol Emergency Dispatch: 604-935-5555
Concussion is a specific area for focus in mountain biking. Crankworx Whistler has a structured concussion assessment and management protocol in place for ensuring athletes get the best possible care when affected by a concussion. For more information on the concussion protocol please contact email@example.com
Whistler Health Care Centre
4380 Lorimer Rd, Whistler, BC V0N 1B4
Travel, medical and liability insurance is recommended when travelling and competing at any Crankworx World Tour events. Insurance coverage is not provided by Crankworx Whistler.
All competitors must complete an Event Waiver/Release of Liability.
If you are 18 years or younger, you will need for a parent or legal guardian to complete your Waiver. Minors who will be traveling unaccompanied to the event will need to make advance arrangements to complete the waiver. Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Foreign Competitors: Non Canadian residents will be required to sign an acknowledgment that they have adequate medical / health insurance to cover and pay for any medical or other costs that may directly or indirectly result from their participation in Crankworx.
Race plates cannot be issued unless there is a properly completed Waiver.
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