Check out all the best action from the sixth stop of the 2019/2020 Red Bull Ice Cross World Championship in Yokohama, Japan.
Another Quebec-born rider has a special connection to Le Massif de Charlevoix, where an ATSX 500 race is scheduled for Saturday and broadcasted live on Red Bull TV.
Quebec-born Maxie Plante may have been a surprise winner in the Ladies final at Yokohama ATSX 1000 race last week, for her first major win in the Red Bull Ice Cross World Championship.
Check out the 410 metre track, one of the longest of the season, that the riders will be racing on in Le Massif de Charlevoix this weekend.
There are four races left in the Red Bull Ice Cross World Championship and the situation is tighter than ever. The ATSX 500 race in Le Massif this Saturday, will be a turning point in the fight for the world titles - Men, Women and Juniors - involving very talented riders.
A new twist to the calendar had to be announced this Saturday in Yokohama by the All Terrain Skate Cross Federation: the ATSX 500 race which was scheduled for next week in Igora (Russia) will be moved to March 7.
Reigning World Champion Cameron Naasz (USA) made a big step towards a fourth world title in five years by winning the first ATSX 1000 race of the year, this Saturday night in Yokohama.
Finland’s rising star Leevi Nakari won his second race in one week, Friday night in Yokohama, after the video judge decided to disqualify Jo-Jo Velasquez for allegedly pushing Arthur Richalet-Chaudeur to take the lead.
Reigning Ice Cross World Champion Cameron Naasz (USA) appears to be facing a double Canadian threat this Saturday in Yokohama.
Unseasonably warm temperatures could not prevent Yokohama from staging the first ever Ice Cross race in Asia, 14 months ago and fans were not disappointed with the action.
Check out all the best action from the fifth stop of the 2019/2020 Red Bull Ice Cross World Championship in Rautalampi, Finland.
With four back-to-back races this month that culminates in the ATSX 1000 race in Yokohama this weekend, get the recap on all the races so far to see how riders have fared up to this point this season.
Robin and Andrew Worling, two British skaters with an attitude, are ready to battle for every square-foot of ice this Saturday in Yokohama challenging for the first ATSX 1000 race of the year.
The son of action sports stars, he was put in skates before he could even walk.
The track is ready in Yokohama, all athletes are in great shape after five exciting races in Europe and North America, now the first ATSX 1000 race of the year is only a few days away, next Saturday in Japan.