Crankworx: Day 2, Canadian Open Enduro

Day two of Crankworx featured the Canadian Open Enduro, a rally-style mash-up of DH and XC riding on four Whistler trails. Intended to reward the generalist over the specialist, racers must choose one bike for all legs, ride without any outside assistance, and link up stages within a specific time allocation.

Jerome Clementz would win the event, with Kurtis Keene taking 2nd, and Brian Lopes rounding out the podium.

BLISTER photographer Dan Finn was on hand to capture the action.

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Crankworx 2012, Canadian Open Enduro, Blister Gear Review
The chairlift up to the "Top of the World" trail, which was the final stage of the enduro race.


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