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Off the hook: Crankworx apparel round up

New helmets, clothes, pads and travel bag options from Whistler village

Crankworx Apparel

Crankworx is a massive celebration of mountain biking, from pro’s to the thousands of fans and riders that gather to watch the worlds best then go hit park laps themselves.

While Whistler marks the end of 2019 Crankworx season, 2020 protective gear and apparel colours were starting to make their way into booths in the village and out onto the hill.

Here’s some of the best in new gear and riding clothing for the next year from Crankworx Whistler:


POC had a new, lighter trail helmet, sharp new colours, and a new-to-North America knee pad on display at Crankworx.


Italian brand Dainese had a whole host of new 2020 gear on display in Whistler, including its first High Gravity women’s line. The newest generation of its venerable Trail Skins Pro knee pads were revealed, as well as a new hydration vest.


O’Neal had its usual helmets and DH kits, but also a solid looking line of mountain bike shoes, including some excellent straight forward flat and SPD shoes at competitive prices.



EVOC’s updated its bike travel bag pro model with new standard features, and thicker padding in some areas.