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Tejay van Garderen's BMC, Alex Howes' Cervelo, and more
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Final round five set for this weekend.
Melissa Buhl (KHS)
The first 4X Pro Tour will end with fireworks at the completely re-designed track in Willingen, Germany this weekend Round 5 of the series, the successor to the UCI Four Cross World Cup, is being held in conjunction with the Sympatex BikeFestival.
The track was built by Joost Wichman and his company Thirty7even. It has been improved at some crucial points to make it more suitable for excited, close racing. The track holds a big pro line, an off camber turn to slow the riders down, a dual slalom section, big rhythm sections and a rock garden.
Qualification will happen on June 16 with finals later that evening.
Tomas Slavik has already wrapped up the overall men's title, but the women's champion is yet to be determined per the results of this weekend.
For more information, visit www.4xprotour.com.