Pumptrack Challenge

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During Ekstremsportveko 2024, you have the opportunity to compete in a Pumptrack competition. Here, you can compete against other BMX, Dirt, DH, and/or enduro cyclists, whether you are an amateur and hobbyist or a more experienced cyclist. The competition will take place at the pumptrack outside Myrkdalen Hotel.


  • Registration: 13:30 - 15:00
  • Training: 14:00 - 15:30
  • Competition: 15:30 - 18:00

Competition Format

There will be official training scheduled prior to the competition. Only participants with race bibs have access to the track.

The competition format is a solo format. This means that there is only one cyclist on the track at a time, and the goal is to complete the designated course as quickly as possible. Each participant gets two attempts to achieve the best possible time in the qualification. The 8 participants with the best times will advance to a final, where athletes will have one attempt.


  • Junior girls (13-18)
  • Junior boys (13-18)
  • Women (18+)
  • Men (18+)

General rules

  • All participants compete at their own responsibility and risk, and are responsible for ensuring that their equipment functions properly. Ekstremsportveko recommends that everyone has their own insurance.

  • Cyclists can use the bike of their choice but cannot have a motor (applies to junior and athletes 18+).

  • Registration for the competition is done through Ekstremsportveko's website and registration system.

  • All participants under 18 years old (junior athletes) must have a signed consent form from their guardians.

Competition rules

  • If a participant goes off the track, they can re-enter and complete the run, as long as the exit does not provide an advantage or a shorter track. Taking shortcuts results in disqualification for that round (DNF).
  • The race director acts as the jury and has the final say regarding disqualifications.
  • Familiarize yourself with what the competition requires from you as an athlete.
  • Act considerately and cautiously. Do not put yourself or others in danger.
  • Become well acquainted with the track before the event starts.
  • Ride within your abilities.
  • Adjust your speed according to the conditions.
  • Be particularly aware that the track may be slippery under wet conditions.
  • Wearing a helmet is mandatory, and other safety equipment is recommended.
  • Ensure that your bike is in good and proper condition.