There was a funny atmosphere at the Air-DH in Whistler yesterday. A Line arose with more craters than a warzone on the moon while small crowds turned out to watch and party trains were kept to a minimum.

Last year's winner preparing to defend his crown
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The Air-DH sed to feel like an exhibition of whips, scrubs and sends, yesterday's felt more like, well, a bike race.

Far more popular than the Garbanzo, A-Line brings the masses.
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Jill Kintner reigned supreme for another year, she's now unbeaten on this course since 2013 and looks well on track for another Queen of Crankworx crown after a great week. There was a shock winner in the men's competition as pump-specialist Adrian Loron pushed past the downhill royalty to claim the top step.

Total domination from Norco today. 2 wins and a second place for the Range
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Full results here

Crankworx Air Dh 2017 Gallagher
Crankworx Air Dh 2017 Gallagher
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Joe Smith already has two Air Dh top tens this year
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Tracey brought out the big bike to secure her second place on the rough track
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