The first qualifier of the 2018 Red Bull Pump Track World Championship took place on the Indonesian island of Bali. An international field of riders took to the Velosolutions Pump Track at the Amplitude Skate and Bike Park to try and secure their spot at the World Final.
A unique new global race series is set to excite the cycling community in 2018 with the first ever Red Bull Pump Track World Championship. The series will take pump track racing to a new level and bring a fresh face to bike racing all around the world from New Zealand to the USA, Chile to India and France to Japan. Velosolutions, globally recognised for their leading pump track and bike park construction, have teamed up with Red Bull to launch the exciting series. Qualifier events will take place around the world ahead of the grand final on the 7th September 2018 in Lenzerheide, Switzerland where the official Pump Track World Champion will be crowned.
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Qui est le plus agile sur une piste de pumptrack entre un pilote de BMX et un pilote de VTT ? Pour le savoir, Amidou Mir, multiple champion du monde de BMX Race et Maxime Peythieu, pilote de VTT slopestyle professionnel se sont affrontés en duel autour de 3 défis.
Back in Mexico, ramp builder Nate Wessel and his crew get to work on the most unique area of the Woodward Riviera Maya build, the pump track. Nate’s original concept was fairly straight forward, but they threw that out the window and started fresh. The result was one of the most unique pump tracks in the world.