Thirty laps in a day, our hands are locked this way... Here we go deep into the bike park with one of the true classic events of Whistler Crankworx. Hold that thought; they're all classics, but the A-line race is really the OG and takes a certain kind of rider to claim it. Or does it now? While many racers abandoned big bikes years ago in favour of faster rolling, at the time bigger-wheeled trail bikes, the women's category saw dual crowns go one and two with Kintner and Hannah coming out on top, while Magnus Manson piloted his world cup machine into fourth in the men's. The biggest mix-up, however, was unmistakably Adrien Loron turning the heat up to eleven in the King of Crankworx points chase, stealing a shock win far outside of his speed & style or pumptrack comfort zones and probably upsetting a few characters in the process. Let's dive right into the tables...