- Ryan Williams
- Kurtis Downs
- Gavin Godfrey
About BMX Best Tricks
Each athlete will get five attempts to execute the 3 best tricks of their choice with a maximum score of 10 per trick. An independent judging panel will score tricks in real-time based on the execution of the trick, which will be multiplied by the panel’s pre-agreed degree of difficulty for that trick. The athlete who receives the highest cumulative score out of 30 across all three tricks will be the winner of the event.
Athletes will be able to hit the NWG standard kicker or an even larger kicker a total of five times. Based on the design of ramp setups currently being used to execute the triple backflip, the NWG has designed the second, larger ramp for BMX Best Tricks—to accompany the "standard" ramp—which will allow for world first tricks right across the board. However, even the idea of "standard" here is all relative because this standard ramp is already substantially larger than the BMX ramps used in other competitions.Read More