Come Watch The Red Bull Joyride In Whistler | Crankworx 2017
Crankworx returns to Whistler for its 14th year this August 11th, 2017. This year promises to be more exciting than the ever with plenty of events, races, and demos for guests to watch or participate in. If you love mountain biking, you’ve got to check out Whistler Crankworx.
With Crankworx on in Whistler, there are tons of mountain biking events happening for the 10-day festival. One of the highlights of the festival every year is the Red Bull Joyride. This adrenaline-pumping race combines dirt jumps with North Shore-style mountain biking to create the largest slopestyle competition in the world.
The Whistler Red Bull Joyride will be the finale of Crankworx, happening on August 20th. It’s only fitting that a festival as action packed as Crankworx end on a high note at Whistler Mountain Bike Park’s Boneyard, where slopestyle all began. All day on Sunday the Red Bull Joyride will take over the Boneyard to compete in the most challenging event on the FMB circuit.
Come out and watch as the very best riders in the world rip up what’s known as the pinnacle of mountain bike courses because of it’s smooth ride and creative features. The Red Bull Joyride is no walk in the park but these incredible athletes make it look effortless.
Take a look at some of these highlight videos from the professionals that have won the Red Bull Joyride in the past. Both Brett Rheeder and Brandon Semenuk have taken home gold in the past, with Rheeder being the reigning champion from 2016.
Can’t catch the 2017 Red Bull Joyride live in Whistler? Well, luckily for you the event is being streamed live, starting at 10:30 AM, on the Red Bull TV website. All four events for the Quest for the Triple Crown of Slopestyle will be broadcast live so you can sit back at home and still watch the action.
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