Success Across Crankworx Innsbruck For Kenda

June 19, 2018 / Bicycle News

Crankworx Innsbruck - Complete success for Kenda

Crankworx Innsbruck is in the books for the second time. What started as a great event in 2017 was even more action-packed this year, with top athletes on site and viewers from all over the world watching live and through the web casts.

The event was yet again an excellent opportunity for Kenda to show a strong presence, not only through athletes and staff, but also through extensive branding over all contests and especially the slopestyle presented by Kenda.

The athletes of #RideKenda did not disappoint: Tracey Hannah took home the GOLD by a 5 second margin at the downhill race and is clearly getting back up to speed after injuries earlier this season.  While Sam Reynolds walked away from Dual Speed & Style with a SILVER medal and Lukas Knopf showed his talent against an international top competition, finishing 9th in the slopestyle contest.

Sam Reynolds went loose and finished Dual Speed & Style with a silver medal.

Sam Reynolds went loose and finished Dual Speed & Style with a silver medal.

German Kenda rider Lukas Knopf finished 9th in the slopestyle, an amazing result for this young rider facing top competitors in this competition.

German Kenda rider Lukas Knopf finished 9th in the slopestyle, an amazing result for this young rider facing top competitors in this competition.

The Slopestyle presented by Kenda podium: Nicoli Rogatkin put down the best run of the day, followed by Brett Rheeder and Diego Caverzasi.

The Slopestyle presented by Kenda podium: Nicoli Rogatkin put down the best run of the day, followed by Brett Rheeder and Diego Caverzasi.

Tracey Hannah took the win on Helkat AGC tires in the elite women's category by a comfortable 5-second margin.

Tracey Hannah took the win on Helkat AGC tires in the elite women's category by a comfortable 5-second margin.