21/10/2013 | 10 comments
Can’t beat a bit of pump tracking.
Live this Saturday from Bristol, the DMR pump track challenge! Watch it live on Dirt tomorrow to catch all the action and give you support/heckles in the comments!
We had a chat to organiser, Chris Roberts:
The DMR Bikes Pump Track Challenge is great for rider and crowd participation so it’s easy to see how this will become one of the great fun events on the calendar. If you’re feeling a bit handy then there will be loads of prizes for the people that set the fastest time around the track. Although there’s obviously no pedalling allowed it’s still going to be a proper trial of strength and endurance as well as bike handling. If that’s not enough, Monster Energy will be joining us for the race to fuel the riders for free. They’ll be on site with the amazing Monster Energy truck and will be handing out drinks for free.
2012 Pump Track Video:
It’s a simple format that leads to fast competition and fast action.
Every racer completes one timed lap of the track for a seeding time.
All racers are then re-seeded with fastest going last like a DH race.
Every racer will get 3 individual laps of the track to set the his/her fastest time and counting for overall position.
Everyone chance to win some prizes & the DMR Pump Track Challenge trophy.
Entry is in four categories with great prizes up for grabs:
Its £10 to enter on the day or £15 on the day.
RIPPERS (12yrs to 16yrs);
LADIES (12yrs+): racing for Lezyne prizes :
PRO CATEGORY: racing for £400 of cash prizes (1st £250/ 2nd £100/ 3rd £50) per round
As a side show to the Pump Track Challenge anyone can enter the Lezyne Exploder for free. Showcasing the incredible pumping power of the Lezyne Dirt Floor Drive pumps two competitors go head to head to explode an inner tube. First to burst gets a Lezyne prize.
•12.00 midday – Registration.
•1.00pm seeding run – competitors with DMR Bike race plates only
•2.00pm – 3 timed laps around the pump track for each rider.
•3.30pm – Podiums Presentations
These times may be adjusted to suit the number of riders taking part.