Athletes must execute three tricks in quick succession on the notorious Triganta ramp.
Each athlete will get 2 attempts to execute the 3 best tricks of their choice on the Triganta ramp setup. Judges will score tricks out of 10 based on the overall impression of the trick, which is defined as degree of difficulty, extension, length of hold, landing spot (low/mid/top of ramp), landing execution (straight/both wheels), and height.
The judging panel will not compare tricks but rather score each trick on the merits of its own execution. Winners will be determined by an average for the entire two runs.TICKETS
This one-of-a-kind ramp setup includes 3 separate takeoffs and landings, arranged one after another, allowing the athletes to perform 3 different tricks in quick succession. These ramps will also be higher and steeper than other BMX ramps previously used in competition, but with the improved safety design, athletes will be able to focus on progression without the risk of landing to dirt.
ATHLETES TO WATCH
Expectations are as high as the level of excitement when athletes take to this one-of-a-kind ramp setup.
BMX Triple Hit1st place - 2016 BMX Triple Hit
Prolific BMX pro Colton Walker has been competing since 2007, and he has stacks of podium finishes to prove it. He got his start in parks but quickly showed that he's a natural when it comes to riding ramps, and his win at the inaugural Nitro World Games is just more proof.
BMX Triple Hit
BMX Triple Hit3rd place - 2016 BMX Triple Hit
When Alex Coleborn made the podium in 2016 no one was surprised, as the Triple Hit event is tailor-made for his skillset. The British rider's ability to string together a series of huge, technical combos has resulted in a career laden with impressive showings in international competition.