Tag Archives: Extreme Sports

AirBoarding

Airboarding, Utah, Park City, Snowbird, Wasatch Mountains, Salt Lake City, Utah, Winter Snow ActivitiesAirboarding is a high-tech twist on traditional winter sledding. Riding an Airboard is similar to riding a bodyboard in the ocean. The Airboard is inflatable and has grooves on the underside that allow riders to make sharp turns and stop quickly in the snow. Unlike snowboarding, airboarding doesn’t require a lot of equipment and it’s very easy to learn. Only weighing 6 pounds, the Airboard is easy to carry. Riders have been known to reach speeds of more than 80 mph.

Utah AirBoarding

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Salt Lake County

Salt Lake City

Summit & Wasatch County

Park City

Weber County

Ogden

Cache County

Logan

Airboarding Map & Locations Coming Soon!

Sports

Utah Sports Venues | Arenas | Stadiums

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Salt Lake County

Salt Lake City

Energy Solutions Arena Utah Jazz NBA Basketball
Rocky Mountain Raceways Motorsports

Sandy

Rio Tinto Stadium Real Soccer

Tooele County

Tooele

Miller Motorsports Park Motorsports

Utah County

Provo

LaVell Edwards Stadium Football – BYU Cougars

Smith Field House

Orem

UCCU Events Center

Iron County

Cedar City

Centrum Arena

Ski Resorts

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Utah Sports Teams

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Salt Lake County

Salt Lake City

Real Soccer
Salt Lake Bees
Baseball
Utah Grizzlies Ice Hockey
Utah Jazz NBA Basketball

Utah County

Orem

Orem Owlz Minor League Baseball

Weber County

Ogden

Junction City Roller Dolls Roller Derby

Monster Energy AMA Supercross

MONSTER ENERGY AMA SUPERCROSS, AN FIM WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP

The AMA series begins in late December and continues until mid-May. It consists of 17 rounds in the Supercross Class, and 8 rounds in Supercross Lites West Class in December and 8 rounds in the Supercross Lites East Class in February, which the final round has the East-West Shootout in May, and 17 major tracks all over the continental United States. Each has two Heat Races in both classes.

Monster Energy AMA Supercross Motocross Race, Racing, Salt Lake City, Utah, Rice Eccles Stadium, MotocyclesSupercross class has 8 laps, and Supercross Lites class has 6 laps, each has 20 riders in both classes, and the top 9 riders will finish and moves on straight to the Main Event. Other riders will go to the Last Chance Qualifier. In the Last Chance Qualifier, Each has 22 riders in both classes. Riders in the Supercross Class that failed in any two Heat Races will race 6 laps, where the final two riders finish and moves on to the Main Event.
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In the Supercross Class, riders in the top 10 in points who have failed to qualify in any two Heat Races and the LCQ will use a Provisional for the Main Event. In the Main Event, there will be 22 riders for 15 laps in the Supercross Lites Class, and 20 riders for 20 laps in the Supercross Class. In both classes after the Main Event the winner will receive 25 AMA points. If there’s rain in the forecast, the riders will be racing in the mud, and the Main Event will be reduced to 10 laps in the Supercross Lites class, and 15 laps in the Supercross class. All text is available under the terms of the GNU Free Documentation License Wikipedia

Saturday, April 30, 2011
Main Event – 7:00PM
Doors Open/Practice & Qualifying – 12:00PM

Ticket Prices

  • GOLD CIRCLE – $40
  • PRICE LEVEL 2 – $25
  • TREADHEAD® – $10
  • (All tickets $5 more day of show. All tickets subject to Facility Fees and Service, Handling, and Convenience Charges.)

Tickets available at the Rice-Eccles Box Office, online at www.utahtickets.com, or charge by phone at (801) 581-UTIX.

Winter Dew Tour Toyota Championships

The Winter Dew Tour Toyota Championships is FREE to attend. Guests will enjoy access to the Festival Village, Competition viewing, and more.

The Toyota Championships FREE Friday Night Concert that will be held on Ogden’s Historic 25th Street will be announced soon! Please check back for more information.

Winter Dew Tour Toyota Championships, Ogden, Utah, Snowbasin Resort, Huntsville, Snowboarding, Snow SkiingWith the success of Snowbasin’s first year hosting the Dew Tour we have added better snow-making and additional mountain terrain features. Combined with our superior dining and top rated customer service, snow enthusiasts are sure to appreciate the experience that Snowbasin has to offer. With all this being said, Snowbasin is still one of Utah’s best-kept secrets that only gets better year after year!

New 22- Foot Pipe and Terrain Parks

Snowbasin has once again stepped up its Park and Pipe features for the new season by introducing an Olympic-sized 22-foot Superpipe, which will not only meet today’s trick standards for the Dew Tour but will also set Snowbasin apart as the leader in terrain park features for all resorts to rival. Snowbasin is also expanding the amount of Terrain Parks to four, ranging from a new beginners area on Upper Snowshoe to the Dew Tour Park on Showboat. Snowbasin has added 21 new rails this season giving the entire mountain over 60 rail features placed throughout each Terrain Park. You can view all these new mountain features live on national television when the Winter Dew Tour is presented on NBC February 10-13, 2011. The Dew Tour terrain park will remain open the rest of the season, giving guests the chance to show off their skills on a world-class level!

Making its debut in December 2008, the Dew Tour is the first ever winter action sports tour. Made up of three events over the course of as many months, all three stops feature snowboard superpipe & slopestyle, as well as freeski slopestyle & superpipe.

The Tour crowns champions in each of the six disciplines (Men SNB Superpipe, Women SNB Superpipe, Men SNB Slopestyle, Women SNB Slopestyle, Freeski Superpipe, Freeski Slopestyle), giving away $2.5 million over the course of the year and awarding the Dew Cup at season’s end based on a cumulative points system.

At each Winter Dew Tour event, there is also a live concert featuring top artists and a huge Festival Village with video gaming, giveaways, tons of new products to try out, athlete autograph signings… and the list goes on and on.

More than 380 of the top winter action sports athletes in the world will return for the third season of the Winter Dew Tour to compete for the highly coveted Dew Cup. Last year’s 2009/10 Dew Cup champions include JJ Thomas (men’s snowboard superpipe), Kaitlyn Farrington (women’s snowboard superpipe), Sage Kotsenburg (men’s snowboard slopestyle), Jamie Anderson (women’s snowboard slopestyle), Jossi Wells (freeski superpipe) and Andreas Hatveit (freeski slopestyle).

If you are interested in the opportunity to volunteer with the Winter Dew Tour at Snowbasin, please email [email protected] with your contact information.

  • Snowbasin Winter & Summer Resort
    3925 Snow Basin Rd Huntsville, UT 84317 (888) 437-5488
    2/10/2011 – 2/13/2011 February 10, 2011 – February 13, 2011 Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday