Winter X Games

Winter X Games 15 will take place Jan. 27-30, 2011 at Buttermilk Mountain in Aspen, Colorado.



Winter X Games 15 Broadcast Schedule

Note: All times listed are in the Mountain Time Zone and are subject to change.


Ski SuperPipe Women Elimination 5:30 p.m. – 6:15 p.m.
Ski SuperPipe Men Elimination 7:30 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.


Ski Slopestyle Men Elimination,
Snowmobile Freestyle Elimination
ESPN2 10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Ski Slopestyle Men Elimination ESPN 3D 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Ski Slopestyle Women Final 1:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m.
Snowboard SuperPipe Men Elimination,
Snowmobile Freestyle Final
ESPN 7:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.
Snowboard SuperPipe Men Elimination,
Ski Slopestyle Women Final,
Ski SuperPipe Women Final
ESPN 3D 7:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m.
Ski SuperPipe Women Final 9:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m.
X Center ESPN2 11:00 p.m. – 12:00 a.m.


Snowboarder X M&W Seeding 9:30 a.m. – 11:00 p.m.
Ski Slopestyle Women Final,
Ski SuperPipe Women Final,
Snowboard Slopestyle Men Elimination
ESPN2 10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Snowboard Slopestyle Men Elimination ESPN 3D 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Skier X M&W Seeding 12:00 p.m. – 1:45 p.m.
Snowmobile Speed & Style Seeding 2:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Ski SuperPipe Men Final,
Snowboard Best Method,
Snowmoble Speed & Style Final,
Snowboard Big Air Final
ESPN 5:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.
Ski SuperPipe Men Final,
Snowboard Best Method,
Snowboard SuperPipe Men Elimination,
Snowboard Big Air Final,
Ski Slopestyle Women Final,
Ski SuperPipe Women Final
ESPN 3D 5:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.
X Center ESPN2 10:00 p.m. – 11:00 p.m.


Mono Skier X Qualifying,
Snowboard SuperPipe Women Elimination,
Snowboarder X Men Final 9:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Snowboarder X Women Final,
Snowboard Real Snow,
Ski Slopestyle Men Final
2:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Ski Slopestyle Men Final ESPN 3D 2:30 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Snowboard SuperPipe Women Final,
Ski Big Air Final
7:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.
X Center ESPN2 10:00 p.m. – 11:00 p.m.


Snowboard Slopestyle Women Final,
Skier X Men & Women Final,
Snowmobile SnoCross Final,
Snowmobile SnoCross Adaptive Final,
Snowboarder X Men Final,
Mono Skier X Final,
Snowboard Slopestyle Men Final
ESPN 10:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Snowboard Slopestyle Women Final ESPN 3D 10:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.
Snowboard Slopestyle Men Final ESPN 3D 1:30 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Snowboard Street Final,
Snowmobile Best Trick Final,
Snowboard SuperPipe Men Final
ESPN 5:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Snowboard SuperPipe Men Final ESPN 3D 6:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
X Center ESPN2 8:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.


Motocross of Nations This Weekend



All times below are Mountain

Free Practice MX1  10:00 – 10:40
Free Practice MX2  11:00 – 11:40
Free Practice Open  12:00 – 12:40
Qualifying Heat MX1  14:30 – 14:50
Qualifying Heat MX2  15:30 – 15:50
Qualifying Heat open  16:30 – 16:50

Warm Up B-Final  08:40 – 09:00
Warm Up Group 1  09:10 – 09:30
Warm Up Group 2  09:40 – 10:00
B-Final  11:00 – 11:30
Motocross of Nations Race (MX1 + MX2)  13:08 – 13:38
Motocross of Nations Race (MX2 + Open)  14:38 – 15:08
Motocross of Nations Race (MX1 + Open)  16:08 – 16:38

RedBull MXoN News

Fox Racing MXoN News

Live Timing and Scoring

Live Timing and Scoring (with no header)

Results and Points Page

RedBull Results Page

Free live video/audio links:

RedBull TV

Youthstream TV basic

Freecaster TV

LIVE GP Video, Timing and Chat (one place)

Premium or Pay live video/audio links:

Youthstream TV

Freecaster TV

Track Map: RacerX MXoN track preview

9:00AM Meeting with Managers & Ballot
9:15AM 9:45AM Session with on board camera
10:00AM 10:40AM Free Practice MX1 (Max 40 Teams/40 Riders)
11:00AM 11:40AM Free Practice MX2 (Max 40 Teams/40 Riders)
12:00PM 12:40PM Free Practice Open (Max 40 Teams/40 Riders)
1:15PM Riders’ Briefing
2:00PM 2:15PM Official Opening Ceremony
2:20PM Qualifying Heat MX1 in waiting zone – sighting lap
2:30PM Qualifying Heat MX1 Max 40 Teams/riders – 20 min + 2 Laps)
3:20PM Qualifying Heat MX2 in waiting zone – sighting lap
3:30PM Qualifying Heat MX2 Max 40 Teams/riders – 20 min + 2 Laps)
4:20PM Qualifying Heat Open in waiting zone – sighting lap
4:30PM Qualifying Heat Open Max 40 Teams/riders – 20 min + 2 Laps)
5:00PM 5:30PM Second session with on board camera
5:30PM 6:00PM Freestyle Show

8:40AM 9:00AM Warm up B Final (Max 13 teams/39 Riders)
9:10AM 9:30AM Warm – up Motocross of Nations Group 1 (Positions 1,3,5,7,9,11,13,15,17,19)
9:40AM 10:00AM Warm – up Motocross of Nations Group 1 (Positions 2,4,6,8,10,12,14,16,18)
10:15 AM 10:35AM Freestyle Show
10:50AM B Final Waiting Zone – Sighting lap
11:00AM B Final Start 39 Riders 30 Min plus 2 laps
12:15PM 12:35PM Freestyle Show
Motocross of Nations Races
1:08PM Motocross of Nations Races Race 1 MX1 and MX2 30 min + 2 laps
1:55PM 2:15PM Freestyle Show
2:38PM Motocross of Nations Races Race 1 MX2 and Open 30 min + 2 laps
3:25PM 3:45PM Freestyle Show
4:08PM Motocross of Nations Races Race 1 MX1 and Open 30 min + 2 laps
Motocross of Nations Prize Giving Ceremony Immediately after Race 3

Miami Red Bull FLUGTAG Photos

Very cool day today!  Not talking about the weather, because it was scorching hot.  I am talking about the Red Bull FLUGTAG USA held in Miami today.  All sorts of crazy contraptions were trying to break the world record of 155 feet.  Don’t think anyone did.  It was really fun, so you missed out if you did not go.  Lot’s of motocrossers showed up.  Of course James Stewart and his Bubba’s World film crew were there, along with Eric Sorby, Jame’s parents, and brother Malcolm.  Thanks to Randy Yoho for setting up the Media pass for me!  Everyone was super nice, including James, his family, Randy, and Sorby.  The craft, as you can see below, looked awesome.  It was build by Randy Yoho, and the graphics were provided by Stellar MX Custom Graphics and Decals.  Place was literally packed, no joke…  Check out the pictures, they show you what it was all about.  Below is my iPhone HD vid of James Stewart taking off…


Featured Pictures Below:


  • Event Date: July 10, 2010
  • Event Location: Bayfront Park
  • Gates open: 10:00AM
  • First Flight: 12:00PM
  • Last Flight: 2:30PM

Red Bull Flugtag Miami is proud to announce the list of competing teams for 2010. Congratulations to all that will be participating – it was not an easy group to whittle down. Check out the newest additions to the Flugtag family and stay tuned for more team details to come.

See the Randy Yoho made craft below that James will be piloting – click image for a larger view.  Pagio and Sorby will be launching James off the platform.  Come to Miami this weekend, because I don’t think you want to miss this!  Will they beat the current record of 155 feet?

Below is a very short clip of the craft as it is being tested.

Event Information

Red Bull Flugtag challenges the brave and brainy to design, build and pilot homemade flying machines off a 30-foot high flight deck in hopes of soaring into the wild blue yonder…or often, plunging into the waters below. Flugtag, which means “flying day” in German, pushes the envelope of human-powered flight, but competitors need more than airtime to reach the podium. Teams are judged on three criteria: flight distance, creativity of the craft, and showmanship. This criteria has inspired flying tacos, prehistoric pterodactyls, winnebagos with wings and even Snoopy and the gang to grace the Flugtag flight decks! And after a year with no Red Bull Flugtags in the US, 2010 promises to be bigger and better than ever.

This won’t be Red Bull Flugtag’s first cruise in Miami’s coastal waters, having splash-landed here in 2004, but the memorable crafts, the wild crowd and the city’s taste for flare drew this outrageous competition back to Miami’s waterways. This July 10th, more than 30 teams from across the Southeast will test the limits of human-powered flight in front of thousands at Bayfront Park before splashing into the waters of Biscayne Bay below.

Since the first Red Bull Flugtag took place in Vienna, Austria, in 1991, more than 80 Flugtags have been held around the globe, attracting up to 300,000 spectators for a single event. The record for the farthest flight-to-date currently stands at 195 feet and was set at Red Bull Flugtag Austria in 2000. A new U.S. record was set in 2007 at Red Bull Flugtag Nashville when a flying banjo flew 155 feet!





The fifth leg of the 2010 World Championship tour will take place for the first time in New York over the Hudson River at Liberty State Park in Jersey City. Two years in development, the Red Bull Air Race New York will be a highlight race in 2010, and will bring eye-level racing action seen across the globe to one of the world’s finest cities.

In close cooperation with host city partners NYC & Company (, Jersey City, NJ ( and Liberty State Park (, the Manhattan skyline and brilliant Liberty State Park landmarks will serve as remarkable backdrops for 300 million TV viewers in 87 countries worldwide.

More information about the US TV broadcast will be available soon.


Spectator areas will be in Liberty State Park just South of the Central Railroad Terminal. It’s important to note that spectator viewing of the race will not be available from Manhattan by the human eye. We recommend purchasing one of four levels of tickets available for the race weekend which are available at The most convenient transportation options will be via the ferry from Battery Park to Liberty State Park or via the Light Rail direct to Liberty State Park. Parking will be extremely limited so we encourage mass transit for all of our guests.

The official Red Bull Air Race Airport, where the planes in the race fly out of onto the track, will be located at Linden Airport in Linden, New Jersey ( approximately 10 miles from the race location. Historically, the Linden Airport was home to airplane manufacturer Grumman who had a plant that built the WWII F4F Wildcat, which was the primary fighter aircraft operated by the United States Navy and the Marine Corps.


If you’re local to the Tri-State area, you are probably familiar with many of the incredible attractions to visit in New York and Jersey City now including the Red Bull Air Race in June. For those of you from out of town, be sure to visit the following landmarks and local attractions to add to your scrapbooks:

Start Your Itinerary by Visiting: and

Liberty State Park
Home of the Statue of Liberty. Ellis Island and Central Railroad of New Jersey Terminal, these landmarks serve as one of the United States‘ most dramatic stories: the immigration of northern, southern, and eastern Europeans into the United States. After being greeted by the Statue of Liberty and processed at Ellis Island, these immigrants purchased tickets and boarded trains at the Central Railroad Terminal, that took them to their new homes throughout the United States. The Terminal served these immigrants as the gateway to the realization of their hopes and dreams of a new life in America. Ferry tours will be open during the race weekend to ensure all guests are able to experience these historic tributes to the nation’s history.

Central Park
Central Park is one of the urban wonders of the world, a green oasis in the great concrete, high-rise landscape of New York City. It is so naturally part of the Manhattan environment that many people may not realize it is entirely man-made. It begins on 59th Street and heads up to 110th Street between Fifth Avenue and Central Park West.

Chinatown New York City is located in one of the oldest neighborhoods in Manhattan. Chinese immigrants settled in the area in the 1800’s. Chinatown offers a unique historical and cultural experience not found anywhere else in the world. It’s also a great place to eat.

Times Square
Times Square is a major intersection in Manhattan, a borough of New York City, at the junction of Broadway and Seventh Avenue and stretching from West 42nd to West 47th Streets. The theaters of Broadway and the huge number of animated neon and LED signs have long made them one of New York’s iconic images, and a symbol of the intensely urban aspects of Manhattan. Catch a show, enjoy a good meal or shop til you drop.

SoHo in New York City is the most unique shopping area of the world. With everything from art stands on the street to high-end boutiques, SoHo is certain to exceed everybodys’ expectations. It’s located South of Houston, above Canal Street, between Avenue of the Americas and Broadway.

Lower East Side
Home to a mix of the historic and the hip, New York’s Lower East Side (LES) is where classic architecture meets contemporary art, vintage threads meet vogue fashion and multigenerational, family-owned bargain shops sit beside cutting-edge boutiques. The LES has something for everyone!

Brooklyn NY has something for everyone. Whether your interests lie in architecture, museums or amusement parks in Brooklyn, festivals or futbol, culture or night clubs and nightlife, you’ll find just what you’re looking for, plus things you never expected, right here in Brooklyn. Visit Brooklyn, where you can travel the world in one day, from “Little Odessa” in Brighton Beach to Chinatown in Sunset Park, to Polish Greenpoint, to African-American history in Bedford-Stuyvesant, to Caribbean Flatbush, to Latino Sunset Park and Bushwick, to Pakistani Midwood, to the world’s largest Hasidic population in Williamsburg and Crown Heights.

New York City museums come in every size and genre for every type of visitor. For the fine art fans, check out the Metropolitan Museum of Art or the Museum of Modern Art. Want to see dinosaurs at a New York City museum? Check out the American Museum of Natural History! For more options, please visit


• Jersey City is located only 1 mile from lower Manhattan and is easily accessible by ferry, PATH, bus, train or car.
• The Statue of Liberty is at our doorstep. Located only 2,000 feet from our shore, catch the ferry in Jersey City’s Liberty State Park.
• Our world-class hotels and restaurants are less expensive. Indulge without the NYC price tag. We haveofferings to please every budget.
• We are a shopper’s paradise! In Jersey City you will pay no sales tax on clothing and only 3.5% tax at participating locations in our Urban Enterprise Zones (UEZ).
• Explore the Liberty Science Center where learning’s fun, and catch a movie at the Nation’s largest IMAX theater.
• Stop by the Jersey City Museum where contemporary art & culture unite. We are steeped in history, Bergen Square’s Apple Tree House, was deeded back in 1658. Harsimus Cemetery was the site of many Revolutionary War battles.
• Jersey City is home to two of the best preserved movie palaces. Catch a film at the Landmark Loews, or take a tour of the old Stanley Theater.
• We’re home to 90 different nationalities…the perfect place to soak up culture. Explore the richness of Little India in the heart of Journal Square.


If you’re staying in New York or Jersey City, be sure to check out these hotspots during your race weekend experience:

New York City

Marquee (
A landmark in New York City nightlife. The venue features great music, high profile & trendy crowd with a never ending supply of celebrities, designers and athletes in attendance.
Located at 289 10th Avenue
New York, NY 10001

Avenue (
Strategic Group (Marquee) has done it again. This small, exclusive lounge north of Meat Packing District has been coined the definition of an “it” place in New York City.
116 10th Ave
New York, NY 10011

1 OAK (One Of A Kind) (
Located at the crossroads of Meat Packing District & Chelsea, 1 OAK is the embodiment of sophistication, solicitous service, and egalitarian spirit. Barriers between art and fashion, famous and infamous, upcoming and established have deliberately been torn down; creating a unique environment that is amicable & unpredictable.
453 West 17th Street
New York, NY 10011

Simyone Lounge (SL) (
This very intimate & immaculate space in the Meat Packing District is constantly filled with a super high profile audience, and top DJs. There’s no wonder why SL is know for throwing some of the best events in NYC.
409 W. 14th Street
New York, NY 10014

Gold Bar (
Incredible decor & ambiance, in a small, exclusive space in lower Manhattan.
389 Broome Street
New York, NY 10013

Pacha NYC (
NYC largest electronic music venue, with top global DJs, and international recognition.
618 West 46th Street
New York, NY 10036

M2 (
Located in the heart of NYC’s club district, M2 Ultra Lounge combines the vibe of a intimate lounge, with the non-stop energy & entertainment of a mega-club.
530 West 28th Street
New York, NY 10019

Jersey City & Hoboken

Iron Monkey (
A three floor establishment with a glorious rooftop bar, the Iron Monkey is not your standard pub – it offers the only rooftop bar in the area.
97 Greene Street
Jersey City, NJ 07302

Dorrian’s (
Since 1960, Dorrian’s has built its reputation by offering the finest Irish and American pub fare possible. Right in the heart of Jersey City’s business district, this premium pub makes everyone feel like they’re family.
555 Washington Boulevard
Jersey City, NJ 07310

O’Connell’s (
O’Connell’s Bar and Grill offers some of the most exquisite fine dining in Downtown Jersey City, with the comfortable charm of an Irish pub adjoined under the same roof.
111 Montgomery Street
Jersey City, NJ 07302


For more information on ticketing, the race weekend or for questions, please contact us by email or by phone at:

Red Bull X-Fighters Texas Teaser Video Clip

The electrifying 2009 stop of Red Bull X-Fighters Texas will be broadcast on ABC on this Sunday, July 19 at 1:30 p.m. ET / 10:30 a.m. PT, immediately following final round coverage of the British Open golf tournament. Red Bull X-Fighters is the world’s premier freestyle motocross series, and this event promises not to disappoint viewers!

On June 27, a capacity crowd of more than 22,000 fans in the Historic Fort Worth Stockyards witnessed an epic showcase of freestyle motocross. Despite searing hot conditions, the 11 competitors brought their “A Game.” The course was a genuine challenge for the riders, presenting them with more than 15 different jump combinations, thanks to the 850 truckloads of dirt that were sculpted into a Texas-sized course in the three weeks leading up to the event. Australian rider Cam Sinclair nailed the first-ever double backflip during a competition run, sending the fans into a frenzy – twice! Not to be outdone, Thomas Pagès of France attempted the first-ever front flip in a competition run. You’ll have to tune in to see how that turned out, along with who emerges victorious (yes, you may already know or can Google it, but it’ll be more fun to watch!).

The scene was authentic Texas, replete with Rodeo Queens, bull riding and even the world-famous Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders. Supercross legend and current Red Bull TORC off-road truck driver Ricky Johnson got the evening started by tearing into the purpose-built venue with a special passenger – Fort Worth Mayor Michael Moncrief, who welcomed the fans to the second-straight Red Bull X-Fighters held in his town, followed by members of the Red Bull Air Force, who made a high-speed drop-in onto the course.

The Texas stop was the third of five international Red Bull X-Fighters events in 2009, starting with the traditional kick-off at the 45,000-seat Monumental Plaza de Toros in Mexico City in March. Calgary hosted Canada’s first Red Bull X-Fighters on May 30 at the Calgary Stampede. The Las Ventas bullring in Madrid will host its eighth straight year with an event this Friday and Saturday, July 16-17. The series wraps up with a visit to London’s Battersea Power Station on August 22.

Red Bull X-Fighters was created in 2001, debuting in Valencia, Spain at the bullring where ‘Mad’ Mike Jones claimed victory. Since that historic night, Red Bull X-Fighters events have taken place in the world’s most iconic locations, including the famous bullrings in Madrid and Mexico City, Slane Castle in Ireland, the Sambodromo in Rio de Janeiro, a massive stone quarry in Wuppertal, Germany and the Stadion X-Lecia in Warsaw, Poland.

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