Women to Join the 2024 Crankworx FMBA Slopestyle World Championship.

2024 will see the first ever Women’s Crankworx FMBA Slopestyle World Championship giving women access to Diamond level events for the first time.

Six women qualified riders consisting of the six highest ranked riders on the FMB Women’s World Tour Ranking, with a minimum of 500 points, will compete for the first ever title.

As of 2025, each Slopestyle World Championship event will host six female riders, with two pre-qualified. Red Bull Joyride winners will be granted lifetime access, with spots also held for Rookie Of the Year. Prize money is equal at $500,000 CAD. The Triple Crown is also worth $250,000 CAD per winner.

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“Since 2015, Crankworx has set out to create gender equality through equal prize money, shared podiums, and equal opportunity for men and women, knowing that Slopestyle would be the most challenging to integrate,” said Darren Kinnaird, Crankworx Managing Director. “Through the development of women’s Speed and Style and, more recently, Women’s Freeride Mountain Bike World Tour Slopestyle events, the road has been paved for women to compete at the highest level of the sport. After witnessing the women compete at the Crankworx Summer Series in SilverStar this past summer, it became clear to us that they are ready.” 

Photo by Clint Trahan.