We're heading into the fourth round of the Fantasy Downhill Presented by Trek. So far over 20,000 Pinkbike readers have picked their dream DH World Cup team to be in the running to walk home with a Trek Session 9.9 and other prizes! @Quinny85
won the last round in Leogang with 955 points and walked away with a Bontrager Rally MIPS Helmet
and a Bontrager Ion 800 R / Flare R Light Set
(value $289.98 USD). After 3 rounds, @lerouge
is leading the overall with 2254 points. The overall winner at the end of all 7 rounds of the 2018 UCI World Cup and the 2018 UCI World Championships will walk home with a Trek Session 9.9 with a limited edition exclusive paint job! More photos and detail on the spec here
Read on to refresh your memory about how the league works and increase your chances of taking home a prize.
If you didn't participate in the first rounds, now's the time to enter a team! You may not be able to win the Grand Prize, but there are prizes for each round, so it's worth spending the time to create a team.
Cam McCaul Recap Show
Cam is a secret World Cup fiend and will be joining us each week post-race to break down all the action. Here's the video of Cam McCaul after Round 3 in Leogang, Austria. Watch for his top picks and strategies for this round of the Pinkbike Fantasy Downhill contest.
Grand PrizeSeason Overall
At the end of the season, the overall Fantasy Downhill Champion will win a Trek Session 9.9 complete bike
with Limited Edition exclusive paint scheme. You can see where you're currently sitting in the Global ranking here
Round 4 Prize
Val di Sole, July 7
Pick the best team for this round and you can walk away with a TLR Flash Charger Floor Pump & a Rapid Pack (value $180 USD) Pump it up. Pack it out.
3-Day Blackout Period
In order to avoid players copying each other's teams, all rider selections will be hidden for 72 hours before each race. Start playing mind games with your friends that you know
are shoulder-hopping your choices.
To make evolving your strategy between rounds easier, we've allowed unlimited trades after each round. Instead of only 2 changes allowed per round, you can now stick with what's working, or
change your whole team out after every race.
We've added an injury icon to show high profile athletes who are injured. This is not foolproof or exhaustive, so you'll still need to do your own research into your picks. If you know of riders who are injured, mention them in the comments and we’ll keep this updated.
Employees at Race Face, Norco, SRAM, Trek, Chromag, Jenson, Specialized, and more are battling it out behind closed doors in their Office Leagues.
Offices can set up private leagues
in addition to playing the main public league. Let the trash talk begin and show Dave in accounting who's boss (sorry Dave).
The Fantasy Downhill League is Presented by Trek.