Attention non-pro riders, this is your chance to make the big time. This is a huge opportunity to score an all expense paid trip to compete at X Games. Time is running out
If you’ve got what it takes in skate or BMX, then post a 60 second video of you showing your stuff and you could be on the plane to X Games Los Angeles to compete in Red Bull Phenom, an amateur contest.
For more inspiration, check out some of the video entries from the six amateur finalists who have been picked to compete at the Red Bull Phenom MTB slopestyle event at X Games Munich this weekend (June 27–30th) at http://www.redbullphenom.com/finalists.html
For your chance to compete in skate or BMX at the Red Bull Phenom event at X Games Los Angeles on August 1st-4th, upload your video by July 5th. Don’t waste any more time. Get out there and show us your potential.
“Red Bull Phenom is your chance to get noticed,” says skate legend Steve Caballero.
If the all-expenses trip to X Games is not incentive enough, the winner will also get a video professionally produced by Red Bull which will be shared on their channels. Check out our BMX or skate
videos for more info.
The competition is open to non-pros between the age of 15 and 19. BMX and skate entries are open until July 5th. Full entry details and rules can be found on our website
ABOUT THE JUDGES
Steve Caballero is a skate vert legend known for pioneering difficult tricks and for setting the long-standing record for the highest air achieved on a halfpipe. In 1999, Thrasher Magazine named Caballero the “Skater of the Century”.
Mike “Rooftop” Escamilla started riding BMX in 1990 at age 11. Since then he has grown up in the pages of magazines like Ride BMX, Details, Playboy, Complex and others, helping the sport to grow. Ride Magazine voted him one of the most influential riders of the 90s.
ABOUT RED BULL PHENOM
Red Bull Phenom is a competition to find the next skate, BMX and mountain bike legends. To enter, all you have to do is submit a 60 second video of yourself showing us your talent.
Six finalists per discipline will receive a once-in-a-lifetime all-expenses paid trip where
they will compete at an amateur contest at X Games. For mountain bike slopestyle athletes, this will be a trip to X Games Munich in June while BMX street and skate street
competitors will go to X Games Los Angeles in August. MTB slopestyle entries are closed. Skate street and BMX street entries are open from April 8th to July 5th.