In its third year, the Nitro World Games evolved from a single day in one location to more than double the events in multiple locations worldwide. Old favorites like FMX Best Trick and Scooter Best Trick were joined by park events in BMX and Skate, Skate Vert, Moto Quarterpipe, and Nitro Rallycross. Nitro World Games also gained three new Scooter events in conjunction with ScootFest: Street, Bowl, and Park.
The competition went fully global in 2018. BMX and Skate events went down in Southern California. ScootFest was held in Corby, UK. Scooter Best Trick went down in Paris. And of course we returned to Salt Lake City, Utah, where fans got to witness world-class athletes ride the largest mechanical quarterpipe, the largest rallycross jump, and one of the largest FMX kickers all in one intense day.
Scooter Best Trick – Full Broadcast from November 2018
FMX Quarterpipe – Full Broadcast from September 2018
FMX Best Trick – Full Broadcast from September 2018
Nitro Rallycross – Final Highlights from September 2018
|1||Colby Raha||45 feet, 2 inches|
|2||Axell Hodges||42 feet, 10 inches|
|3||Corey Creed||38 feet, 6 inches|
Created by Nitro Circus and action sports icon Travis Pastrana, Nitro World Games pushes the limits of action sports competition. Featuring new big air formats, breakthrough ramp technology, and innovative judging criteria, Nitro World Games shifted the landscape for both athletes and the industry alike in its 2016 debut.