Skyline News Detail
Posted on Tuesday, 4 November 2014
Crankworx.com/Rotorua has gone live!
With just five months to go before Crankworx hits the Southern Hemisphere, fans can now go online for all the details on what to expect in Rotorua, how to get there, where to stay and how to be a part of the action, as well as a whole range of information and videos showcasing what the world’s biggest mountain biking festival is all about.
From March 25-29, 2015, Rotorua will host five days of out-of-this-world action, throwing down the best mountain biking pro athletes on the planet for competitions, concerts and culture.
Skyline Rotorua’s Mountain Bike Gravity Park will be the main event location for Crankworx Rotorua and will host Round One of the Crankworx Downhill and Dual Speed and Style Series, Round One of the Enduro World Series, the Rotorua Pump Track Challenge and the first stop in the brand new Crankworx event Triple Crown of Slopestyle.
You can check out the current Gravity Park layout, plus lots more information about the venue, at Skyline.co.nz/rotorua/Crankworx_Rotorua.
The regional tourism organisation, Destination Rotorua, has also gone live with a web page - RotoruaNZ.com/crankworx - and is sharing more details about things to do and see while in New Zealand, as well as providing insight to the riding with videos showcasing the Rotorua terrain.
Crankworx.com/Rotorua will continue to evolve as more details of the event get locked in - stay tuned for more information about the official programme, ticket sales and sponsors, plus some other key announcements.
Crankworx Rotorua is the third international event for Crankworx, adding to the current festivals in Whistler, Canada and Les 2 Alpes, France.
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