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Wanna be a knight is the name of the Nine Knights online video contest, that offers the chance for everybody to enter the Suzuki Nine Knights 2011 event. Get invited to the illustrious round table of knights and join Darren Berrecloth, Kurt Sorge, Paul Basagoitia, Andi Wittmann and many more. The online qualification is for mountainbikers, pros and amateurs from all over the world, who think to be talented enough to join the Nine Knights and want to have fun at the castle in autumn 2011. The video qualification is open for everyone and the set-up is simple.
All you need to do is to upload a video starring yourself on You Tube, name it "Wanna be a Knight -- Nine Knights MTB 2011 -- Your Name" and send the link and your contact information to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Nine Knights is a real freeride MTB event, so you need skills in all disciplines like:
- Your best freeride and downhill riding
- Your best slopestyle tricks and skills
- Your best dirtjump tricks
- Your most creative moves you can do on your bike
Andi Wittmann, Yannick Granieri, Kurt Sorge and Goeff Gulevich will be the judges of this online video competition. The deadline for submitting the video is August 5th 2011. The winner will be announced on August 10th 2011 via email and through a press notice.