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Chatel RazorSnowBike 2012

And now for something completely different! Snow joke! World Cup qualifying yesterday and snow biking in Chatel today.

The 2012 Razorsnowbike, a mountain bike event on snow organized by the lift main office and Châtel welcomed 111 riders ready to run a derby and a ten cross (10 after 10 running together !).

1st : HALTER Andreus (Switzerland)
2nd : PACCARD Yoann (France)
3rd : CASANOVA Rémy (France)
4th : HEUZARD Geoffroy (France)
5th : BONT Philippe (Switzerland).

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The 2012 Razorsnowbike, a mountain bike event on snow organized by the lift main office and Châtel welcomed 111 riders ready to run a derby and a ten cross (10 after 10 running together !).

This year, the event took place in the centre of the resort, at Super-Châtel.
There was €2600 prize money.
The derby departure was situated a little bit upper than the arrival of the Super-Châtel gondola on a very well prepared ski track.
Large then narrower, it had a succession of outdoor parts and forest parts. The departure was done at 8.30am.

The arrival was situated in the centre of the resort, on church place.
In total, the run represented 450 meters difference of level. The speed point was about 100 km/h !
When arriving the riders could taste a nice breakfast and after that, they had to go up by the gondola to Super-Châtel again, on the snowpark boardercross for the run inspections.

At 12.00 o’clock, in the mid snowpark, a nice meal was served to the riders before they went on the event at 1.30pm for the ten cross !
The information concerning the further hours were given to everybody and the spectacle was high quality once again !
Lot’s of skiers was there to assist to this awesome event.

The derby was won by Andreus HALTER (Switzerland) with 2’51’’. The ten cross was won by Rémy CASANOVA (France).
Final podium :

1st : HALTER Andreus (Switzerland)
2nd : PACCARD Yoann (France)
3rd : CASANOVA Rémy (France)
4th : HEUZARD Geoffroy (France)
5th : BONT Philippe (Switzerland).

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