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Crankworx Colorado Registration Open

Published June 2, 2008

WINTER PARK, CO (BRAIN)—Athletes are now able to register for this year’s Crankworx Colorado events taking place at Winter Park Resort July 31 – August 3.

With Crankworx Colorado hosting the only American qualifying slopestyle event this year to the Kokanee Crankworx Slopestyle in Whistler, British Columbia, Winter Park Resort expects a flurry of early registrants eager to seal their spot in this qualifying event.

“In addition to hosting the only American slopestyle qualifier, we are also excited to be the last qualifier before Kokanee Crankworx,” said Bob Holme, bike park and youth marketing manager. “Spectators of this event will be blown away by the level of athleticism these riders will display as they battle it out for only two qualifying spots.”

Crankworx Colorado will host a series of competitions including slopestyle, all-mountain downhill, super downhill, best trick, cross-country and dual slalom. New this year, Crankworx Colorado will incorporate seven new age categories to support all riders of amateur and professional levels. “Our goals this year are to support grassroots athletes in addition to the top athletes in each discipline,” adds Holme.

Through registration for Crankworx Colorado, riders can also secure an athlete’s two day bike park pass for $39 or a four day pass for $59. Lift tickets are required to access the start of all-mountain downhill, downhill and super downhill courses.

The minimum age for registration is 13, calculated as of the race day. Riders under the age of 18 will need to have a Crankworx Colorado waiver signed by a parent/guardian and should contact the registration coordinator to make advance arrangements, (970) 726-1590.

Onsite registration will be available space permitting, as some events have caps on registration. No day-of registration will be offered, only check-in for pre-registered competitors. Advance registration is strongly recommended.

Click on link to register.

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