The mountain-biking destination Flims celebrates an event first with the Never End Bike Challenge 2015 on October 17. Covering seven kilometres and 1,100 metres altitude difference from the Crap Sogn Gion mountain station down into the valley to Laax, the trail is designed to push participants to the limit. And they will have to be fast if they want to get their hands on a share of the CHF 10,000 prize purse.
Challenge on the Never End Trail
For the Never End Bike Challenge 2015, CHF 10,000 prize money is up for grabs – speed demons will therefore have the chance to enjoy a real adrenaline rush and take a share of the cash to boot. Pure downhill action! On Saturday, October 17, 2015, the one-of-a-kind downhill race will be held on the legendary Never End Trail, which has been newly renovated this summer and now meets international standards. The race format is simple: the legendary Claudio Caluori will tear up the trail first and the participants will follow in a single-start race. Only those participants who beat his time will be able to grab a share of the prize money. The race is of course also open to female bikers, with the Gehrig twins setting the benchmark.
The bike trail from Crap Sogn Gion down to Laax has been around for 20 years. After its renovation, the trail has now much more flow and is interspersed with rollers, berms and jumps. An exciting and thrilling end of season happening will be guaranteed to all participants and spectators. Get prepared and join us!
The race is open to anyone aged 15 and over. Participants can register for the Never End Bike Challenge 2015 at www.racement.com. The entry fee is CHF 20. Two- or three-day bike tickets are also available at reduced event prices.