The format is based on three runs, with best run counting from jumps and jibs. The final score is a combination of the rider’s best jump and best jib score.
Overall scores put Evan McEachran in first following of the jib section with the best rail run, taking a right 270 with the noses down onto the wallride that the judges were happy to reward. McEachran was unsurprisingly followed by style god Henrik Harlaut, who offered a switch blender tails nollie 270 that was without a doubt a crowd pleaser. Alex Hall did a rail transfer hop with a front 450 out, proving his ability to use the course options to his advantage.
In the end, Henrik Harlaut took third, Alex Hall took second, and Evan McEachran went home with the title of first.
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