Following the recent unveiling of the new rule book for the FMB World Tour, we’re thrilled to announce the first events are already lined up for the initial weeks of 2024.
Kicking off the action on January 21st, the Mons Royale Queenstown Bike Festival will start the new calendar year with a banger, hosting a Bronze Level Slopestyle event for both the men’s and women’s category at Wynyard Bike Park. Registration is open for everyone eager to collect valuable points early in the season. The field will be a mix of local riders and international pros. For those ready to join the excitement – register here.
Shifting to the Northern Hemisphere, the B-Line Brawler Jump Jam is set to bring the action back with a Bronze Level indoor competition on February 10th in Calgary, Canada. The event, hosted on the Black Jump Line, boasts seven jumps and a flyout, providing the perfect course for all local and international Dirt Jump athletes looking to make an impact early in the 2024 season. Athlete registration opens on January 8th here.
Maxxis Slopestyle in Memory of McGazza kicks off the Crankworx FMBA Slopestyle World Championship in March, with the finals taking place on March 24th live at Skyline Rotorua, New Zealand, or on Red Bull TV. This will be a must-see event with the Diamond Level course hosting women for the first time in history.
More thrilling events are confirmed for later this spring, including bangers like the Diamond Level Slopestyle competitions for Men and Women at Crankworx Cairns and Crankworx Innsbruck. Also brace yourselves for a series of Gold Level events throughout 2024, all being a part of the new FMB Gold Cup. This cup serves as a pathway to Crankworx FMBA Slopestyle World Championship events, ranking athletes based on their overall score from Gold Level events in the current calendar year.
Don’t miss out on the FMB World Tour and register for your 2024 Member License if you haven’t done so already.
For the complete FMB calendar unveiling, stay tuned to our website and social media channels in February.