Combining elements of Dual Slalom and Slopestyle, Speed & Style challenges athletes to out-race and out-trick their opponent in this head-to-head format.
Two riders race against each other and try to make it to the finish as quickly as possible while performing the most stylish run. The winner is calculated based on their speed, with additional points awarded for style. Spectators and fans can look forward to mind-blowing tricks on the dual course that’s come to by known as one of the most unique and challenging on the Crankworx World Tour, featuring step-ups, tables, gaps, and drops.
Pro Invitational only.
Riders Office Location:
Main festival entrance in Mutters (Bike Park Innsbruck – Nockhofweg 40, 6162 Mutters, Austria)
Riders Office Hours:
Tuesday September 29 | 15:00 – 17:00
Wednesday September 30 | 7:30 – 13:30
Thursday October 1 | 7:30 – 13:30 & 14:30 – 15:30
Friday October 2 | 7:30 – 12:00
Format and Rules:
For official rules please refer to the Crankworx World Tour Competition Rulebook HERE
Qualifications (Seeding Run): 2 runs, all riders racing the same course, with Speed and Style. Best run, based on run time and Time Bonus Deductions, counts.
Round of 32 and Finals use a double-elimination format with one run on each course. The winner of these head-to-head heats is chosen based on the rider’s time and performance on the features, or their tricks.
16 riders will advance to the Finals in the live broadcast
Time Bonus Deduction
Each course will have two identical judged features/jumps. A Time Bonus Deduction will be available per each feature (maximum Time Bonus Deduction is 1.5 seconds/jump). Tricks will be worth a percentage of the total available Time Bonus Deduction, based on trick difficulty. The maximum differential for the timed portion of the race will be 2 seconds. A rider will not have a time higher than this amount and will still have their tricks subtracted from this maximum. If both competitors are tied after the second run the competitor who wins the second run advances to the next round
Protective Equipment Requirements:
Full-face helmet (Any certified 1 or 2-piece helmet)
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