This is coming up in just over a month. I can't wait!
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The annual JoMoPro flatland contest started in 2009 as an addition to the existing BMX park contest that was already in its fourth year. Using the venue and resources provided by the amazing staff at The Bridge, a team of volunteers including head organizer Pat Schoolen (from Flatland Fuel) stepped up to help introduce the flatland contest, which quickly became a huge success.
"The JoMoShowdown and JoMoPro events built on the desire to provide a platform for up and coming BMX riders and Skateboarders to compete against and develop relationships with other riders/skaters from all over the world. We want to provide a fun and well executed competition experience for the up and coming riders and skaters in the Midwest and beyond. As well as provide an opportunity for people from the community to experience BMX and Skateboarding first hand." -The Bridge
*The Bridge is a venue that includes a skatepark (Autumn Ramp Park), a youth center with rock climbing, basketball, video games, etc., and an all-ages music venue (The Foundry). The flatland contest will take place inside The Foundry. Scroll down to learn more about the venue and floor surface.
Vet ($40 Entry Fee)
Novice ($40 Entry Fee)
Expert ($40 Entry Fee)
Pro ($100 Entry Fee)
(*Entry fees help with the pro purse and $10 from every entry will go to support Joplin teens affected by the devastating tornado that hit their town in 2011.)
Prizes & Pro Purse
There will be prizes from our sponsors for the top five riders in each of the amateur classes. The winner of the Master class will receive a free frame courtesy of Flatland Fuel.
The Pro class will have a total prize purse of $3,000 minimum. Each rider in the finals will win money.
Pro/Am Best Trick Contest
The Pro/Am Best Trick Contest will be open to everyone for an additional $20 entry fee. It will be a jam style format with a minimum of $300 for the winner.
Friday night, April 20th, will be an open jam for all registered competitors.