REGISTRATION TO OPEN FOR ALL ROTORUA EVENTS, PLUS WHISTLER CHALLENGER ENDURO
Ready to race in 2018? The first wave of registration is about to open up for Crankworx events in 2018.
If you’re looking to race with Crankworx in 2018, now’s the time! Mark the following dates in your calendar, stay tuned for updates, and check back on the dates, and on the event pages, specified below.
Monday, January 22
All Rotorua Kidsworx events, including the Kidsworx Rotorua Pump Track Challenge, the Hipster DH Race, and the Skyline Sprint Warrior DH Race, will open for registration on Monday, January 22. Entry is free to participate in Kidsworx Rotorua events, but pre-registration is mandatory. All participants and spectating family must have a general admission ticket for Crankworx. Purchase a ticket HERE.
Want to race in the Professionals Rotorua National School MTB Championships? Speak to your Secondary School Sport Coordinator to get amongst it in the XC, XC Teams Relay and/or Downhill events. Every event entry includes General Admission to Crankworx Rotorua at Skyline from 21 March to 25 March. For more info, read up HERE,
Monday, January 29
Ready to challenge yourself in 2018? The Bell Helmets Canadian Open Challenger Enduro is BACK this August at Crankworx Whistler. Only 150 spots are available for this race, which sold out in 2017. Registration opens January 29. Get the details HERE.
Thursday, February 1
Ready to take Rotorua by storm? Registration for all events opens February 1, including the Giant Toa Enduro presented by CamelBak, Crankworx Rotorua Air DH, Crankworx Rotorua Downhill, and all-new Redwoods DH and 100% Crankworx Rotorua Dual Slalom.
All downhill events in Rotorua sold out in 2017, so be sure to register early to avoid disappointment!
Also of note, the Giant Toa Enduro presented by CamelBak has just been designated as an Enduro World Series Qualifier Series race, meaning racers competing in the event will be eligible to collect EWS Global Ranking points, and will have an opportunity to qualify for priority registration for all rounds of the 2019 EWS. Racers must be Enduro Mountain Bike Association (EMBA) members in order to collect EWS Global Rankings points. Also new for this year, the winner of each official EWS category at an EWS Qualifier (providing the racer is an EMBA member) will be automatically added to the EWS Reserved List and eligible for priority registration for any of the 2019 EWS rounds. The Giant Toa Enduro presented by CamelBak in Rotorua is one of only three New Zealand venues that have been designated as 2018 EWS Qualifier Series events.