The stakes have never been higher as each athlete gets two runs to land the single biggest trick in FMX.
Each athlete will get two attempts to execute the best trick of their choice. Judges will score tricks in real-time based on the overall impression of the trick, which is defined as degree of difficulty, extension, length of hold, landing spot, landing execution, and height. Best of the two scores decides the winner.TICKETS
The ramp setup will include one landing with four different ramps, each optimized for different types of tricks, such as front flip, double front flip or double backflip combinations. The takeoff and landing ramps will be at least an incredible 50 percent bigger than any ramp setup that has ever been hit before. This will be a one-of-a-kind setup, and again we anticipate that every trick in the finals could easily be a world first.
ATHLETES TO WATCH
Last year, each trophy winner landed a huge World First, with Gregg Duffy's double frontflip ultimately taking home the top prize.
FMX Best Trick1st place - 2016 FMX Best Trick
Gregg Duffy made his name in racing before training for the World First motorcycle double frontflip and taking that trick to the top of the 2016 FMX Best Trick podium. From those enormous beginnings, he's poised to take the FMX world by storm.
FMX Best Trick
FMX Best Trick2nd place - 2016 FMX Best Trick
Australia's Pat Bowden busted onto the FMX scene as a teenager and hasn't looked back, notching impressive showings at freestyle competitions around the world. He set his sights on the U.S. FMX scene and is absolutely crushing it Stateside.
FMX Best Trick
FMX Best Trick, Freestyle Motocross2nd place - 2016 Freestyle Motocross; 3rd place - 2016 FMX Best Trick
From landing the World First triple backflip on a motorcycle to his two X Games medals to his Top 3 finish in two events at the 2016 NWG, Aussie FMX legend Josh Sheehan is always a contender to make the podium when he enters a competition.