As the 2018 Real Series comes to a close with Real Wake Driven by MasterCraft, September’s World of X Games features Cam Zink’s Biggest Little Fest Presented by Monster Energy and the 2018 UTV World Championship to showcase some of the most unique parts of action sports. From motors to gears to wakeboards, this lineup gives fans an inside look into a few of the most incredible trips, journeys and competitions from around the world, all from the eyes of the top action sports stars.
Left: Cam Zink’s Biggest Little Fest Presented by Monster Energy (Photo Credit: Ale Di Lullo)
Right: Tyler Higham (Photo Credit: Trever Maur)
Cam Zink’s Biggest Little Fest Presented by Monster Energy
Airs: 9/2 at 4 p.m. ET on ABC
A “Fest Series” freeride mountain bike event taking place in Reno, Nevada at Cameron Zink’s 170-acre Ranch, the Biggest Little Fest Presented by Monster Energy features twenty of the best mountain bikers on the planet in Reno at Cam’s Mountain Bike and Motocross paradise for a week of riding some of the biggest and most unique jumps ever created. Presented by Monster Energy, this event follows the riders as they compete in random challenges on, and off the bike, throughout the Reno/Tahoe area, to crown the winner of the original anti-establishment contest of mountain biking.
Blood Line – The Brian Deegan Story (Re-Air)
Airs: 9/9 at 2:30 p.m. ET on ABC
The story of 14-time X Games medalist and one of the most influential figures in freestyle motocross. A founding member of the Metal Mulisha, Deegan was the first ever to do a 360 in competition. Deegan quickly rose to stardom and became a household name across the country, but once he began to feel the effects of past injuries the FMX icon returned to another kind of racing: rally and off-road. He is the most decorated freestyle motocross rider in X Games history.
Real Wake Driven by MasterCraft
Airs: 9/16 at 4 p.m. ET / 3 p.m. PT on ABC
The final installment in the 2018 Real Series, Real Wake Driven by MasterCraft will feature six of the world’s top wakeboard athletes premiering never-before-seen video parts. Their video parts will debut on XGames.com/RealWake, to be judged by a panel of industry experts for a cash prize award along with gold, silver and bronze medals for the top three athletes and filmers. This World of X Games episode will recap and announce this year’s winner. The athletes include Steel Lafferty, Tyler Higham, Felix Georgii, Dylan Miller, Daniel Grant and Guenther Oka.
Real Moto 2018 (Re-Air)
Airs: 9/23 at 3 p.m. ET / 2 p.m. PT on ABC
The fifth installment in the Real Series 2018 schedule, Real Moto, features six FMX video parts, behind-the-scenes footage and athlete interviews. The riders feature in Real Moto 2018 are Kris Foster, Axell Hodges, Colton Haaker, Brian McCarty, Colby Raha and Jimmy Hill. The videos were judged by a panel of industry experts and their selections for which athlete/filmer teams were awarded X Games gold, silver and bronze medals and announced on the show, with cash prizes awarded to the winners.
The 2018 UTV World Championship
Airs: 9/30 at 2 p.m. ET / 12 p.m. PT on ABC
The 2018 UTV World Championship features over 300 of the world’s top Polaris RZR drivers competing in desert, short course and youth racing competitions. The world’s biggest UTV race, the UTV World Championship features the roughest and most-challenging off-road racing on the planet.
The World of X Games features a variety of X Games and athlete-focused content. For the most updated schedule and information on World of X Games, go to www.xgames.com. Check local listings for additional details.
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