Air DH

Air DH

Started in: 2004
First pro winners: Nathan Rennie (AUS) and Claire Whiteman (AUS)
2018 pro winners: Finn Iles (CAN) and Jill Kintner (USA)
Whistler Bike Park trails: A-Line

Arguably the most famous trail in the world, A-Line is the stuff of mountain bike legend and lore, renowned for its iconic drops, jumps on jumps on jumps, and giant, sculpted berms. On any given day, this is where party-trains reign supreme and where experienced riders flock to go big and take flight. But what’s it like to race? Since 2004, thousands have lined up at the start drop to find out for themselves, scrubbing, boosting and charging for the win.

Schedule

Event Information & Formats

Registration:
Registration details for 2020 will be announced by April 2020.

Onsite Checkin:
Preregistered riders need to check in at the Athlete Centre (Aava Hotel) to complete waiver / collect race plates.  Discounted lift tickets are also available for training and race days.

Categories:
WOMEN | Youth 13-14 [2006-2007]
WOMEN | Youth 15-16 [2004-2005]
WOMEN | Junior 17-18 [2002-2003]
WOMEN | Senior Amateur 19-29 [1991-2001]
WOMEN | Master Amateur 30-39 [1981-1990]
WOMEN | Veteran Amateur 40+ [1980+]
WOMEN | Pro
MEN | Youth 13-14 [2006-2007]
MEN | Youth 15-16 [2004-2005]
MEN | Junior 17-18 [2002-2003]
MEN | Senior Amateur 19-29 [1991-2001]
MEN | Master Amateur 30-39 [1981-1990]
MEN | Veteran Amateur 40+ [1980+]
MEN | Pro
4 Wheels
Adaptive
Invitational | 10-12 year old (Girls), 10-12 year old (Boys) [Born 2008-2010]

Protective Equipment Requirements:
Full-face helmet (Any certified 1 or 2-piece helmet) is mandatory.

Elbows/Forearms, Knee/Shin, Spinal/shoulder protection, neck brace and full finger gloves are highly recommended

Course:
This course begins on A-Line at Olympic Station and finishes in Skiers Plaza.