Metzeler Metzeler Metzeler
games-only games-only games only
Sunday , 19 November 2017
KTM
Breaking News
Home » Tag Archives: #CrankChaos

Tag Archives: #CrankChaos

Let the Good Vibes Roll – #CrankChaos 2017 Video

Watch the highlights video from the 2017 #CrankChaos Maluti Mountain Bike Festival

Over 150 riders from all over the country made their way up to 3222m above sea level to Afriski Mountain Resort for the #CrankChaos Maluti Mountain Bike Festival. A four-day MTB fest catered for fun riders, gravity junkies and endurance enthusiasts alike. Competitors were treated to multiple Enduro, Downhill and Cross-Country trails, as well at the MTB uplift gifting them ...

Read More »

#CrankChaos Highlights Video

We brought you the event coverage, now we bring you the highlights video from the inaugural #CrankChaos Mountain Bike Festival

We brought you the event coverage, now we bring you the highlights video from the inaugural #CrankChaos Mountain Bike Festival. Apart from the various race disciplines, this event was super fun and will undoubtedly become a highlight of the mountain bike calendar. Don’t miss it in 2017.

Read More »

#CrankChaos Brings New levels of Stoke

The #CrankChaos Mountain Bike Festival kicked off their inaugural 3-day festival over the weekend at Afriski Mountain Resort.

The #CrankChaos Mountain Bike Festival kicked off their inaugural 3-day festival over the weekend at Afriski Mountain Resort in Lesotho. A first of its kind n Southern Africa, the Crankworx styled event was a massive success and saw high levels of stoke between the riders throughout the weekend. Cross-country, Enduro, Downhill and Slopestyle, CrankChaos had it all. Lesotho’s Olympian, Pheteso ...

Read More »

#CrankChaos Maluti Mountain Bike Festival

#CrankChaos Mountain Bike event comes to Afriski

A Crankworx styles event in Southern Africa? Indeed. Get amped for the new Mountain Biking event launched by Afriski Mountain Resort in Lesotho called #CrankChaos. The Maluti Mountain Bike Festival is taking place form 27 – 30 October, and at 3 222m above sea level making it the highest festival on its kind in Africa. Bringing together some of the ...

Read More »