Competition to be held on Highland’s historic dirt pipe, which will be getting a fresh facelift and an extension from the Highland Trails crew this season.
Feature 1 | Dirt Stepdown
Feature 2 | Channel Gap
Feature 3 |*B-line Right Hip
Feature 4 |*B-line Dirt Spine “Spox”
Feature 5 | Right Hip
Feature 6 | *B-line Mini Spox
Feature 7 | Shark Fin
Feature 8 | Step up “Moon Booter”
Feature 9 | Final Quarter pipe
Athletes can begin checking in at the Welcome Center. Your athlete wristband grants you access to the HTC, dirt jumps, and slopestyle course for the duration of the weekend.
5:30PM-8:30PM | Private HTC Session (Athletes Only)
Practice. Course will be open to the public.
Athletes can ride during the public HTC session but must reserve a spot online or via the Welcome Center.
9AM | U15 Riders’ Meeting
9:30AM | Practice
10AM | Open Class Riders’ Meeting
11AM | U15 Boys & Girls Competition
1PM | Open Women’s followed by Open Men’s Competition
Best Trick Jam to Follow
4:30PM | Awards in Backyard
This is a brand new course! Please remain in marked spectator zones and adhere to course marshal requests. This is for your safety and that of the competitors.
Spectators can hike up the Thornton’s Access Road from the base of the Slopestyle course, or up a short hiking trail from the top of Central Park. Spectator walkways will be marked with signage the day of the event.
Spectators can also access the course via Reef Around. Reef Drop and Lower Threshold will be closed during the event.
Cash prizes will be awarded to the top three finishers in both the Men’s Open and Women’s Open categories at all three Ultimate Freerider Series events!
Cash prizes will not be given in the youth categories–the top three finishers in the Boys U15 and Girls U15 will receive product prize packs.
Athletes of any age can compete in the Open Classes. You must be fifteen or younger on August 26th, 2023 to compete in the Youth Classes.
Open Class participants will earn points toward the FMB rankings. Youth Class participants are not eligible for FMB points.
There will be no qualifying rounds. All registered riders will be judged on style and tricks.
Athletes get two runs each, with their highest-scoring run counted toward the event standings. Athletes will earn points toward the overall Ultimate Freerider Series Standings based on their place in each event.
Athletes competing in the adult class (Men’s and Women’s) must complete the FMB license agreement. The free Amateur License is sufficient for entry into Bronze-level events.
Athletes competing in the youth class (U15) are not required to have an FMB license.