Day 1 of Whistler Crankworx is a wrap, so here is a group of photos that were captured during the event.Check inside for Crankworx images...
Day 1 of Whistler Crankworx is finished up and was a successful day. The weather was basically a slight rain all day, which should be a big help to the racers this week. The pits were getting rolling and the pro riders were hitting the tracks.
Cloud cover that hung around all day
A heavy mist haunted the lower mountain most of the day
SRAM had their pits setup
The Wizard working his magic
Race Face has a nice assortment of handlebar colors
Monster Energy has prepped the Whistler Village for a solid party!
The Chain Reaction Cycles riders were out doing downhill practice
As well they are on the new Intense M9 Prototype frames
A random rider getting his style on
At the end of a long day its nice to retire to a comfortable and close hotel. Thanks to The Summit that is possible!
Here is a photo recap of the Slalom event put together by Justin Brantley
Photo recap of Dual Slalom at Crankworx!
Gee was killing it all day! Taking home the win at the end of it all!
Troy Brosnan is so fast! His finish was amazing for his age!
Mic Hannah killing it and Protokop getting loose!
Mitch taking out Hannah to advance to the finals
Mitch and Gee battling for the win!
Ryan Howard throwing down some style on the finish!
Tyler McCaul straight pinning!
Jill Kintner leads Micayla Gatto in the womens semi final. Jill had troubles with the berm right after this and Micayla advanced to the finals.
Gee and Lopes going at it! Lopes goes down hard and Gee advanced
Gee takes the well deserved win at the Dual Slalom 2010 Crankworx
Here is a video recap of the Slalom Event
Video by: EpicMountainVideo
That should give you viewers a good feeling of how day 1 of Crankworx Whistler went. More updates coming today!
Big thanks to Lens Rentals Canada
as well for sending through some lens's that have allowed me to take some unique shots. In these photos I used a Canon 70-200mm 2.8 IS II, and a 24mm 1.4L II, two very nice lens's! Thanks again to them!