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4th Annual SF Bike Expo this weekend!

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The SF Bike Expo in it’s 4th year is back again at the Cow Palace. The main draw is the massive pack of dirt jumps but don’t let that overshadow all the other cool events. Go for the jumps but stay and celebrate all the other two wheeler events including – the second annual SF Custom Frame Builders Show, the Cycle Showdown (vintage/classic BMX show), “Pedal Savvy” fashion show, fixed gear freestyle competition, and the Whiskey Drome (!).

Interviews with the riders and full calendar after the break.

AT’s Showdown is back for the 4th year at the SF Bike Expo in San Francisco, California. We’re bringing back the head to head style unique competition like we did last year, but to change it up this year we’re adding a couple of different features to the course. We are expecting heavy hitters Greg Watts, Martin Soderstrom, Andreu Lacondeguy, McCaul brothers, Ryan Howard, Casey Groves, Linus Sjholm and many more to return to dual side by side.

Showdown Roots
New for this year will be an AMATEUR competition for all the up and coming riders that aren’t quite ready for the big show. The course will be a four pack next to the Showdown jumps. Anyone can enter, but it is a first come first serve basis that will max out at 35 riders. For more information about the Amateur Competition click HERE.

Date: November 9th – 11th
Location: Cow Palace

2600 Geneva Ave

Daly City, CA 94014


Friday Nov 9th

12:00PM – 5:00PM Pro & Amateur Practice (no spectators)

7:00PM – 10:00PM
Come join us at the [L=http://www.marinbikes.com/bicycles_ms/sfstore.php/]Marin Bike SF Store[/L] for the riders dinner to kick off the AT’s Showdown.

1090 Folsom Street San Francisco, CA 94103

(415) 934-8000

Saturday Nov 10th

10:00AM – 12:30PM Pro & Amateur Practice

1:00PM – 2:00PM Pro Qualifying

2:00PM – 4:00PM Pro Finals

Sunday Nov 11th

10:300AM – 12:30PM Amateur Practice

1:00PM – 2:00PM Amateur Finals

2:30PM – 3:00PM Pro Best Trick Practice

3:00PM – 4:00PM Pro Best Trick Jam


Qualifying – 1 hour jam with all riders, top 32 will advance to a two run seeding for finals

Finals – round of 32, round of 16, round of 8, round of 4, finals

T.H.E Industries Best Trick[/B] – 1 hour rider judged jam

1st – $3,000
2nd – $2,000
3rd – $1,000
4th – $750
5th – $500
6th – $250

T.H.E Industries Best Trick – $1,000

Amateur Format
Finals – 1 hour judged jam

What riders have to say about the contest

What do you think of the contest and why?
It´s a superfun and relaxed contest and the perfect way to end the season with your friends. I am very over traveling right now, but will travel over the pond anyway. I guess that shows that it´s a pretty damn good contest!

What is the atmosphere like?
The atmosphere is definitely more towards having a good time then to win it. And that´s a great way to end a very competitive season.

Is the contest like other contest?
The comp and weekend have their own tweaks, always fun with something a bit different.

“Martin Soderstrom”

What do you think of the contest and why?
I think that the head to head format is awesome. It’s unique for a dirt jump contest and it reminds me of racing dual slalom back in the day…

What is the atmosphere like?
Atmosphere is mellow. It feels like a jam.

Is the contest like other contest?
Nope, AT’s Showdown is a refreshing detox from the hectic contest schedule that we go through over the summer.

“Tyler McCaul”

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For more information on the SF Bike Expo and other events click HERE

Hope to see you all there.

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