Each athlete gets five runs on the Giganta ramp, with the victory going to the athlete with the highest overall score.
Each athlete will get five attempts to execute the 3 best tricks of their choice with a maximum score of 10 per trick. Judges will score tricks based on the execution, which will be multiplied by the panel’s pre-agreed degree of difficulty for that trick.
Expect non-stop high-flying action as athletes will be able to hit the NWG standard kicker or an even larger kicker a total of five times. The athlete who receives the highest cumulative score across all three tricks will be the winner.TICKETS
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.
ATHLETES TO WATCH
Jaws dropped last year as Ryan Williams put on a show, sticking several tricks never seen in competition, and the top three finishers were athletes new to the competitive scene
BMX Best Tricks; Scooter Best Tricks1st place - 2016 BMX Best Tricks
Aussie Ryan Williams made a name for himself as a scooter rider, but with his recent transition to BMX, including a ton of World Firsts landed in a relatively short time, and now a huge win in the inaugural Nitro World Games, he's emerged as a rider to watch in multiple disciplines.
BMX Best Tricks; Scooter Best Tricks
BMX Best Tricks2nd place - 2016 BMX Best Tricks
Idaho native Kurtis Downs is a BMX athlete who can ride anything and everything -- dirt, ramp, park, you name it. Known for adapting FMX tricks to BMX, he has a growing list of World First tricks in his arsenal as he sets his sights on making the podium for a second straight year.