Saturday, October 10
Friend against friend.
Colleagues fighting it out, to build the most epic Dual Slalom. Of all time.
This digger race will be a high-energy extravaganza, an incredible display of skill and mental discipline, as required for any race against the clock.
You’ll be kept on the edge of your seat, with these diggers reaching speeds of up to 0.05 km/hour (with a tail wind).
The rules are, there are no rules. This is a timed event.
Basically, the first team to finish the dig of the dual slalom course, wins. The losing team gets a time penalty. It’s not rocket science.
After many many weeks (two, probably) of intense, nail-biting digger racing, it all comes down to this. The final race for glory. The Glendhu Dual Slalom Champion of the World, 2020.
Dual Slalom courses are made to be raced, after all.
With the time penalty in mind, the captains will assemble their race teams. Keep your eye on your inbox – you never know who might get the call up.
Teams consist of ten riders. Two runs each. Against the clock.
Winner takes all.
Motatapu Road, Glendhu Bay, Wanaka, New Zealand
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