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Crash course in Red Bull Crashed Ice Quebec 2012-03-16
An explanation of the most challenging and exciting Red Bull Crashed Ice track of the year for the 2012 final in Quebec from ice cross downhill expert Claudio Caluori.
It is the mother of all tracks – 584 meters of twists, turns, jumps, bumps and a mind-boggling assortment of obstacles.
A lottery will randomly select 200 men and 20 women (per qualifying city) to participate in each...Go To Races
From the shortest track in Saint Paul, Red Bull Crashed Ice goes straight into the longest ride of the season for the second stop of the 2012 World Championship in Valkenburg, in the Netherlands...
The 2011 World Championship concludes in Quebec City – a city steeped in ice cross downhill history. In the sport’s spiritual home, two Championship contenders, Canada’s Kyle Croxall and Finland's...