The Velosolutions Pump Track at the Swiss Bike Park in Köniz-Oberried near Bern, Switzerland is set to host the Red Bull Pump Track World Championship World Final on 18 and 19 October in the culmination of the 2019 pump track racing season. The Red Bull Pump Track World Championship is in full swing and on a mission to find the fastest pump track athletes in the world. Hosting competitions as far afield as China, South Africa, Indonesia and the Philippines to find it’s finalists, it’s been an amazing journey to date: incredible nail-biting action and astonishing feats of determination from across the globe.
The beautiful region of Bern to host the Red Bull Pump Track World Final. This October, the very best in
Round Three is going down! We are meeting on the 08th of July 2017 by the ditch spot next to ZHDK School Zurich (address-links at the bottom). After a short warm up session we are heading to several street spots all around Zurich where you need to show us your mad set of skills! After various spots, the final station will be the Skatepark Sihlcity at Allmend in Zurich where the session is going to end with a grill & chill
Date: 08. July 2017 Postponement (in case of bad weather) 15. July 2017
Name: David Graf Number in Rio: 48 Country: Switzerland Result: 14 I think
How tough was the competition in your country to get a spot on the Olympic team for Rio? David Graf: It was probably the hardest one of all the countries this year. Between Renaud Blanc and myself. The fact we had to choose between World Cup ranked 4 and 5 after Papendal speaks a lot I guess.
What kind of preparation did you do with the National Olympic team before you took off to Brasil? David Graf: I stayed at home, followed my normal routine and tried to avoid the hype.
The track looked a bit different than at the test event(s). What did you like about the Olympic track and what did you think didn't work? David Graf: I liked everything but the first turn. It was probably the most fun track I've ridden in my career.