Until this past weekend’s Bearclaw Invitational, the top of the podium for the FMB World Tour overall was still undecided. That however changed with Brandon Semenuk’s victory, and Cam Zink’s 15th place, at this event, which locked down Semenuk’s overall victory.
The next event, Red Bull’s District Ride, still might have some meaning (at least on a personal level) for Semenuk, who has the chance to get a perfect season (where each of the five results counting towards the FMB World Tour ranking is a victory).
Despite Semenuk’s lock on first, the battle for places 2nd through 10th is sure to be exciting, as the points gathered at the Red Bull District Ride event could still shake up the rest of the rankings.
Last year’s FMB World Tour Champion, Cameron Zink, is currently sitting in second place and it will be all he can do to keep it that way with Sam Pilgrim, who led the series for most of the season, hot on his heels in third.