World Tour Championships

There are three Crankworx World Tour championship events:

  • Crankworx Downhill World Tour
    Crankworx Downhill Champion (2017) Men: Troy Brosnan Women: Tracey Hannah
    Crankworx Downhill Champion (2016) Men: Jack Moir Women: Tracey Hannah
    Crankworx Downhill Champion (2015) Men: Sam Blenkinsop Women: Tracey Hannah
  • Crankworx Pump Track World Tour
    Pump Track World Champion (2017) Men: Adrien Loron Women: Caroline Buchanan
    Pump Track World Champion (2016) Men: Adrien Loron Women: Jill Kintner
    Pump Track World Champion (2015) Men: Adrien Loron Women: Anneke Beerten
  • Dual Speed & Style World Tour
    Dual Speed & Style World Champion 2017: Jakub Vencl
    Dual Speed & Style World Champion 2016: Adrien Loron
    Dual Speed & Style World Champion 2015: Bernard Kerr

** see rankings below

Up until 2018, there was a Crankworx Slopestyle World Tour (past results below). In 2018 this series was replaced by the Crankworx FMBA Slopestyle World Championship.

  • Crankworx Slopestyle World Tour
    Slopestyle World Champion (2017): Emil Johansson
    Slopestyle World Champion (2016): Brett Rheeder
    Slopestyle World Champion (2015): Brett Rheeder

** see rankings below

2017 2016 2015

To secure one of the World Tour championships, athletes accumulate points over the course of the season. The athlete with the most points in a given discipline wins, with the victors awarded their title at Crankworx Whistler.

As the marquee event of Crankworx, Slopestyle riders can accrue an additional accolade, and $25,000 prize, for the ultimate performance. If a rider can win three out of the four slopestyle events in a single year, he earns what is called the Triple Crown of Slopestyle. The feat has yet to be accomplished.

Prizes for each champion vary by the degree of difficulty, and relative prestige, of the win. The Crankworx Pump Track World Tour Champion and Dual Speed & Style World Tour Champion are each awarded $5000. The Crankworx Downhill World Tour Champion picks up $5000 as well for winning the four-event series, with another $5000 bonus up for grabs to the athlete who can win all four events in a single year.

RULES 2018

SERIES DISCIPLINES

Slopestyle: Gravity-fed and loaded with features—boner logs, wallrides, table tops and step-ups—Slopestyle delivers the tricks, flips and whips to fans who heed the call of the mountains. Crankworx Slopestyle is sanctioned by the Freeride Mountain Bike Association.

Pump Track: Speed, flow and flair earn riders top dog cachet in this mano-a-mano-style competition where riders use the rollers of a man-made track to pump enough speed to round the berms and bring home the fastest time all without ever making a pedal stroke.

Dual Speed & Style: The art of a Speed & Style win lies in the rider’s ability to pull off the best tricks on the fastest run down a gravity-fed course, out-witting all opponents by duking it out in pairs to slowly narrow the field.

Downhill (DH): Natural trails and innate ability to pin it down the mountain make this full-throttle race a heart-stopper from top to bottom.

Scroll over each name for season’s results.

Crankworx FMBA Slopestyle World Championship Ranking

Rank Name Country Total

Dual Speed & Style World Tour Ranking

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Crankworx Pump Track World Tour Ranking

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Crankworx Pump Track World Tour Women's Rankings

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Crankworx Downhill World Tour Men's Ranking

Rank Name Country Total

Crankworx Downhill World Tour Women's Rankings

Rank Name Country Total
Points: 1st 150 | 2nd 100 | 3rd 75 | 4th 50 | 5th 40 | 6th 30 | 7th 25 | 8th 20 | 9th 15 | 10th 10
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