The race to be crowned King or Queen of the Crankworx World Tour is the most difficult competition in mountain biking. This season-long, multidisciplinary challenge tabulates results across events, disciplines and World Tour stops, in an epic test of a rider’s skill and will. Racing from the Southern Hemisphere to the Alps, athletes aim to collect as many points as possible for a shot at winning the $20,000 prize. The most points wins.
The top ranked athletes competing at the Crankworx World Tour are recognized through the following title and awards.
King and Queen: the two top ranked riders (male and female) will each receive $20,000 CAD The second place overall rider (male and female) will each receive $10,000 CAD The third place overall rider (male and female) will each receive $5,000 CAD
The reigning King is Sam Blenkinsop (NZL) and the reigning Queen is Jill Kintner (USA).