Set on Skyline Rotorua Gravity Park’s Mr. Black, the Rotorua Air DH presented by Bosch challenges racers to send it on 32 jumpable features while charging for the win on Rotorua’s dirt gold. The trail was crafted as New Zealand’s answer to the Whistler Mountain Bike Park’s A-Line, arguable the most famous trail in the world.
While this event attracts some of the top names in Downhill and Enduro, it’s designed to get the Rotorua bike community out and into the international Crankworx racing scene. So come get amongst the tables, step downs, step ups, and more, alongside some of the best from both the local and international racing scene.
Event Information & Formats
Registration information will be shared in August 2021.
Pro and 19+
WOMEN | Senior Amateur 19+ [2002+]
WOMEN | Pro
MEN | Senior Amateur 19-29 [1992-2002]
MEN | Master Amateur 30-39 [1982-1991]
MEN | Veteran Amateur 40+ [1981+]
MEN | Pro
WOMEN | Youth 13-14 [2007-2008]
WOMEN | Youth 15-16 [2005-2006]
WOMEN | Junior 17-18 [2003-2004]
MEN | Youth 13-14 [2007-2008]
MEN | Youth 15-16 [2005-2006]
MEN | Junior 17-18 [2003-2004]
Minimum age is 13 (year of birth 2008) as of December 31st, 2021
Full face helmet (any certified 1 or 2-piece) is mandatory
Elbows/Forearms, Knee/Shin, Spinal/shoulder protection, neck brace and full finger gloves highly recommended
Start List will be published the night before the race. Copies will also be posted in the Registration Office (Skyline Management building)
Timing chips will be issued on race day. Timing chips must be collected and attached prior to accessing the shuttle on the way to the final race run (recommended to be there 30 minutes prior to your start time). Location to collect your timing chip is the shuttle pick up zone.