Instabangers: Whip Off World Championships
The world's best whippers assemble in Whistler
Whip offs are a feature of any bike festival now but the original and best has always been Crankworx Whistler's. What started out as a friendly jam between friends has turned into the definite test for any wannabe steeze cats.
Finn Iles, unable to defend the title he won at age 14 in 2014, was back to take the win in the men's competition with his buttery smooth style, while Casey Brown took top honours in a women's field that was vastly improved on previous years.
Here's all the very best action straight from the hill courtesy of social media:
A banger shot of MacDonald slicing through the floating dust
The former Canadian National Champion and Masters World Champion finished second in the women's event.
This is either a mean scrub or a very bad bail about to happen
There's more than whips get thrown down on Crabapple Hits, riders are pulling all their tricks out of the bag
Surrey's steeze-meister was the best placed Brit
T-Mac was super extended, but it wasn't enough for a top 10
Caleb is a young shredder you're sure to hear more about with style like this
Blenki slotted into fourth with his gloveless style
There was a massive attendance at this year's jam, this guy was even up in the trees
2002 X-Games gold medallist Allan Cooke showed he's still got it with a third place
The most stylish woman on the planet, Casey Brown.
Flying Finn proved once again that Crabapple Hits is his stomping ground. He's won every whip off he's entered here.
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