Rocky Trail Shootout Pump Track Challenge | Sunshine Coast
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Be ready for a new kind of Pump Track Challenge as Rocky Trail Entertainment introduces a revolutionary new racing format

The Rocky Trail team developed a brand-new, chip-based pump track timing set-up and format, which has never been raced in this way before. In the World! And it will be launched on the Sunshine Coast’s brand-new Pump Track at Sugar Bag for $20 a head. Booom!

Based on our proven Superflow® timing files, there will be 4 heats to determine the outright Male and Female winners. Race participants across a wide range of age groups can clock in multiple race times and the fastest group of racers in male and female classifications will progress through to the final Shootout Heat. Each event will stipulate the size of the heats, so check out the race rules for Sugar Bag below – we are able to customise each race perfectly to the type of pump track we’re racing on!

And here’s the kicker – you will also race for rankings across age categories based on your fastest time throughout the day in addition to male and female adult and junior age classifications!

So keep pumping, keep pedalling and keep clocking those times in to get to the SHOOTOUT final heat – the crowd will be watching and cheering for you, LIVE onsite and online!

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