SRAM takes 1-2-3 in Speed and Style
Wednesday, August 14, 2013

SRAM athletes open Crankworx with a bang.


For 2013 Crankworx is back and bigger then ever. Located in beautiful Whistler, B.C. this iconic event has rapidly grown in to one of the largest mountain bike festivals in the world. In the past decade Crankworx has brought a highly diverse mix of riders from all over the world to compete in mix of exciting events and races. SRAM continues its winning way in the opening days with returning Fat Tire Crit Champion Carl Decker dominating the international field through the Olympic Plaza once again. The following day saw Martin Soderstrom taking another win the in the Speed and Style against Cameron Zink in the finals. The Whistler Blackcomb Village is electric with anticipation of events and races that will see the best riders in the World battle head to head in the relentless pursuit of victory throughout the week. Follow us as we capture the moments that make memories that will last a lifetime.

-photos by Adrian Marcoux

 

Speed or style? You'll need both to come out on top for this event. 

 

Soderstrom, Zink and Strait take 1-2-3 in the Speed and Style event to open the week at Crankworx.

 

 

 

Curtis Keene starte the race holding down 7th overall in the Enduro World Series and would just miss out on the podium in Whistler due to a mechanical. 

 

 

 

Jerome Clementz came into the race holding the overall lead on the series and would finish 2nd on the weekend earning valuable points toward the overall. 

 

 

 

After 4 stages Jerome held on to the lead and would finish just a few seconds behind on the final stage to eventually finish 2nd on the day. 

 

 

Giant Factory Off-Road Racing's Kelli Emmett navigating one of the more technical sections. 

 

 

 

 


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