Innsbruck Stats & Facts

Location: Innsbruck, Austria shines on the Crankworx World Tour with its city meets mountains vibe and flourishing mountain bike culture. Those who call this European city in the heart of the Alps home are known for their great competence in organizing major sporting events, including three Olympic Games (two Winter Olympics and one Winter Youth Olympics), Air + Style and the Trail Running Championships. Options abound for mountain bike enthusiasts in and around Innsbruck, from trail riding to the expanding Bikepark Innsbruck, and the full circuit of Tyrolean bike parks, all within 45 minutes of the city.

History: Crankworx Innsbruck was announced as the fourth stop of the Crankworx World Tour in August of 2016.

2017 – The first festival took Bikepark Innsbruck by storm, with freshly built courses and an amazing vibe to kick off the era of Crankworx in Innsbruck.

2018 – In its second year, Crankworx welcomed 20,000 spectators to the festival venue and solidified itself as the biggest MTB festival in Tyrol.

2019 – With more than 620 participating athletes, Crankworx Innsbruck celebrated the biggest party at Bikepark Innsbruck yet. Dual Slalom also made its Crankworx Innsbruck debut, adding another exciting element for amateurs, pros and spectators.

2020 – It happened! Crankworx Innsbruck presented five disciplines on Red Bull TV in a made-for-TV, spectator-less format.

2021 – In its fifth year Crankworx Innsbruck had to tell great female stories; the biggest female roster a Crankworx Event has ever seen and the first backflip in a contest by a woman. The spontaneously new event `Scrub-Off` made it a highlight once again.

Crankworx Innsbruck by the numbers (2021):

Days: #5

Events: #7

Athletes: #424 registered Athletes from #24 nations 

Accredited on-site: #1532 people  Expo events in town: #40