Dropdown took place around the ski resort of Dolni Morava - Czech Republic at the end of April. There is one training session, one qualifying run individually and then on Sunday a mass start races in waves depends on your qualifying times. The highest point of the Slamnik peak is 1233 meters above sea level but even so, the riders had lots of fun during the ride down.
575 meters down to the valley from the top of Slamnik mountain. A seven-kilometer ride with 200 riders through the stone fields, snow bike trails and the grassy slopes. Through the clouds of dust, elbow to elbow. This is a new project from Michal Prokop inspired by mass start races.
The race course was very diverse. The start was on the ski slope then continued to the existing trail network. There were many places on the way down to overtake, some jumps, a few flat sprints to check riders fitness, high-speed sections and plenty of dust due to the sunny weather.Results:Men:1st.
Premek Tejchman, CZE Quayron2nd.
Jakub Riha, CZE N1 Team3rd.
David Cunek, CZE