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Supercross

Jan 3 - 2020
Read Time 1 Min

Toyota BMX Triple Challenge Returns as Part of 2020 Supercross Season

The Toyota BMX Triple Challenge Toyota BMX Triple Challenge Returns as Part of 2020 Supercross Season
The Toyota BMX Triple Challenge has proven to be a fan favorite experience at Supercross events, and it returns in 2020 at new venues. It draws competitors from across the world as athletes compete against top competition.

 

This season, the Toyota BMX Triple Challenge returns with stops – Anaheim (January 18), Denver (April 4) and Salt Lake City (May 2) complete the three-race series.

The Toyota BMX Triple Challenge
High-flying athletes will perform unbelievable stunts prior to the start of select Supercross events where the top-three athletes will finish on the podium and one earning “Best Trick.” It is a bracket-style event with 16 qualifiers competing against each other and in each round, the number of riders in the field gets cut in half until a winner is declared. Most of the riders will use these events as preparation for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
The Toyota BMX Triple Challenge

The 2019 Toyota BMX Triple Challenge took place at Supercross events in Anaheim, California, Arlington, Texas and Denver, Colorado with Pat Casey, Garrett Reynolds and Jake Leiva the event winners.