The course is located in the center of the city of Warsaw, and it’s rather short (483 meters, to be precise), but the whole event is not focused on hardcore downhill (50-60km/h is the maximum speed on this track), but rather on good fun and spreading the stoke!
This year’s edition will also have elements of slalom and freeride, but as usual, it’s completely free, and there will be dozens of hot dogs, (also complimentary) waiting for everyone. Also, just like every year, there are no age categories, everyone with a helmet(!) can participate, regardless of their skill level. The only innovation this year is two separate categories for men and women.
8:00 – 11:00 – Reception of start numbers/Records on-site, Training session / Reconnaissance of the track, and familiarization with the placement of the obstacles
11:00 – 14:30 – Qualifying runs – Everybody has 3.5 hours to run the line twice, each run will be measured with photocells. The best of two run times is then being taken into account for the final.
15:00 – 17:00 – FINAL SESSIONS – The 64 skaters with the best times will be divided into groups of 4. From each of those groups, the two fastest riders advance to the next stage, and so on, until there are only 4 people left, competing for the best place on the podium