Chile. Throughout the year, over 20 qualifiers will be carried out in locations all over the world. Pump track racing at a new level Pump tracks are a worldwide success, combining rolling jumps with banked turns, they are accessible to all. Riders use the track features to gain momentum and attack the track as fast as possible. “The Red Bull Pump Track World Championship has advanced the sport of pump track racing to a whole new level. It was impressive to see how hard professionals and amateurs battled it out on pump tracks around the world,” said Claudio Caluori, CEO at Velosolutions.
Each qualifier will begin with timed runs from which the top 32 riders will advance to the knockout heats. Depending on the track at each qualifier, racing will take place in either a head to head battle or a time trial format. While the top 4 riders of each qualifier advance to the Red Bull Pump Track World Championship Final, the winners even get their full trip payed.
Qualifiers for the 2019 Red Bull Pump Track World Championship will take place in over 20 countries. Below are the dates that are already confirmed – more qualifier locations and the venue for the World Final will be announced soon. Registration is open to anyone of 16 years (on the date of the event) and over.
February 24 Ensenada/Puerto Varas, Chile
March 16 Manila, Philippines
April 7 Lainate, Italy
May 4 Aranyaprateh, Thailand
May 11 Mittersill, Austria
May 18 Gempen, Switzerland
May 18 Leavenworth, USA
June 22 Füssen, Germany
June 29 Riga, Latvia
July 20 Bali, Indonesia
August 24 Nanaimo, Canada
Registration, rules and up-to-date information are accessible through redbullpumptrackworldchampionship.com.