Crankworx Summer Series Canada - Région de Québec
Festival Details:

As the Capitale-Nationale region positions itself as THE mountain bike destination in Quebec
in recent years, it has just podiumed as the host of major event the Crankworx Summer Series Canada – Quebec City,
from September 1 to 5 2022. Hailing from Whistler, B.C., Crankworx is one of the world’s best known mountain bike
events, and via its Canadian summer event lineup, Crankworx Summer Series Canada, this free event is sure to shine the spotlight on Quebec’s trending MTB sites − Empire 47, Mont-Sainte-Anne, Le Massif de Charlevoix, Sentiers du Moulin and Vallée Bras-du-Nord.

Sept. 1st | Empire 47 | Red Bull UCI Pump Track World Championship Qualifier: With an impressive paved infrastructure,
Empire 47 is the perfect place to host this event that also serves as a qualifier for Eastern Canada’s Red Bull UCI Pump
Track World Championship. Men and women winners will win an all-expenses paid trip to compete at this world
championship in Chile.

Sept. 2nd | Sentiers du Moulin | Slopestyle: This freeride discipline takes place on a jumps and berms course designed
for riders to perform jaw-dropping stylized aerial figures (bronze event on the FMB World Tour circuit).

Sept. 3rd | Vallée Bras-du-Nord | Air downhill: The course of jumps and fluid turns is designed so racers can fly spectacular
distances in the air.

Sept. 4th | Le Massif de Charlevoix | Kidsworx: Children ages 6 to 12 can participate in development clinics with mountain
bike professionals.

Sept. 5th | Mont-Sainte-Anne | Dual slalom: On dual side-by-side courses, riders perform tight turns and jumps. The last
leg of the course consists of flags to be negotiated at high speed, like skiers on a dual slalom course.


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