Fantasy DH League Results: Who Won the Final Round & the Grand Prize

Sep 20, 2021
by Pinkbike Staff  
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The results are in for the final round of the DH Fantasy League. See who took home the prize for the best team this round and check out how you did in the Global ranking after an intense battle for the grand prize.




Overall Winner: Fantasy DH League



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Grand Prize
Season Overall

At the end of the season the overall Fantasy Downhill Champion will get an all expenses paid dream trip for you and a friend to Retallack Lodge with Pinkbike in 2022 worth $4985. Including travel*, 3 days lodging and accommodation and bike rentals.

Retallack is a world leader in heli-biking and professionally guided backcountry mountain biking. Their exclusive commercial network of downhill, enduro, and freeride trails are dispersed in the Selkirk and Purcell Mountains of the West Kootenay region of southern British Columbia.

Pinkbike Retallack Trip

They recently obtained government authorization to expand our tenure to create the world’s largest backcountry mountain biking operating area–over 1.5 millions acres. Presently, Retallack is continuing to develop its network of trails that access additional descents of up to 6,000 vertical feet. Learn more about Retallack here and check out this video from our last staff trip.
*Winner to select dates based on summer 2022 availability. Dates based on availability. *Travel is covered up to $1500 CAD per person ($3000 CAD total). Prize is non-transferable and no cancellation policy. Visitors must be 19 years or older to ride the trails. Click here for Grand Prize details.

Pinkbike Retallack Trip
Pinkbike Retallack Trip




Final Round Prize
Snowshoe, USA



@snogger 's Round 7 team
First Place:

@snogger picked the best team for this round and received 810 points and walks away with a TLD D4 Carbon Lowrider Gray Helmet MSRP: $550 (USD).





Pinkbike Fantasy Downhill League in Association with Retallack




26 Comments

  • 91 1
 So gutted... Leading almost all season and it all slipped away on the last round. Speechless. Never been so close of winning anything. Yeah. Simply sad. Now its time to keep my s#@t together and keep on truckin'. For sure a lot of trips and racing ahead of me. Of course congrats to the winner.
  • 68 0
 We will call you Thibault from now on.
  • 2 0
 " That's "racing" "

I got 6656th and my vest years are in the rearview.
  • 2 0
 I feel you, been there last year. Lost it due to Vergier flatting in Lousa. That's sadly how it goes sometimes
  • 9 0
 Imagine how Myriam Nicole must feel, eh.
  • 1 0
 such a bummer Frown racing is hard to predict especially on such HC track like the one in snowshoe....
  • 1 0
 Do pedal biking instead of heli biking. It is more sustainable.
  • 42 2
 Winner @pietro1994 Should take Project Privateer as their +1 #justsayin
  • 20 2
 Weeeellll.... That was unexpected... @ProjectPrivateeryou you deserved the win way more than me looking how your season went. BTW I'm super excited how everything turned up. So stoked for the win!
  • 1 0
 yeah man !!! congratulazioni !!!
  • 1 0
 Uhh congratulazioni Smile
  • 15 1
 You gotta feel for project privateer who maintained that top spot for practically the whole season.
  • 14 1
 Fantasy league mirrors the WC overall comps... Snatched at the final round.
  • 2 0
 Yeah right, twist plot
  • 3 0
 I finished 328th in the world and beat all my friends group. Well done to all the round winners and @pietro1994 on taking the overall. Fantasy league really adds a new dimension to watching the racing.
  • 2 0
 @ProjectPrivateer should take the overall... So gutted for him because I actually thought I'd see him finally win, sad day for the man Frown
  • 2 0
 The moment a 10th feels like a win
  • 2 3
 Last 2 rounds sucked - PB needs to introduce a mulligan for riders injured over the weekend! Congrats to the winners - I jinxed all my ponies and turned them into donkeys!! Roll on 2022!
  • 1 0
 Crazy! @pietro1994 just left his team the same after the 3rd race. Set it and forget it for the win.
  • 1 0
 I saw that also. Could of been luck or a strategy to go with consistent riders? Regardless, he did it fair and square.
  • 2 0
 @JDFF: onestly... Both. After few deep analisys I've choosen riders that could land in respectable position in every race and/or were consistent with their results, after that is pure good old luck. I wasn't expecting to end up winning. I was genuinely thinking that after the last race I would have been out of top 10...
  • 1 0
 ProjectPrivateer is Thibault Daprela of PB Fantasy. Or Myriam Nicole...whatever he prefers
  • 1 0
 Congratulations @pietro 1994! Enjoy
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