For more than 20 years, the motocross spectacle has fascinated an audience of millions worldwide; with world records and trick premieres, the "Night of the Jumps" set new standards. Of course, top star Luc Ackermann, the world and European champion who was the only German FMX athlete to win a title at the X-Games 2021, was once again present at the last appearance in Munich 2023. After finishing third in the team ranking behind Spain and the Czech Republic with Australian Nitro Games champion Harry Bink and France's Barry Izzo, Ackermann then triumphed in the individual ranking despite a dislocated shoulder - with tricks such as Holygrab and No-Hand-Flip, Superflip Indy and Clicker Superflip Combo.
On April 13, 2024, spectators can once again look forward to thrilling performances when the freestyle athletes jet over the ramps with their machines and fly through the hall up to 12 meters high and 25 meters wide. The stunts are likely to be even more breathtaking and adrenaline-pumping. With 540s and 360s, body varials, front flips and double backflips, plus Europe's best mountain bikers and BMX riders. No other show in the world offers more two-wheeled action.