Crashed Ice 2018

Red Bull Crashed Ice will return to Saint Paul on January 19 and 20 to kick-off the 2017/2018 Ice Cross Downhill Championship. Set against the dramatic backdrop of the Cathedral of Saint Paul for the seventh time, the event returns to the formidable location with its established reputation as the longest and most-challenging track on the schedule.

Saint Paul will be the first leg of the four-event world series that brings 64 men and 16 women together from around the world to compete for the chance to be crowned 2018 Ice Cross Downhill Champion. New to this year, in addition to free general admission, spectators now have the option to purchase premium-viewing tickets.

Starting atop the city’s iconic Cathedral, spectators will witness the Junior World Championship, Freestyle Show and Qualifiers for the world ranked athletes competing in two timed runs during day one (Friday, Jan 19) with the fastest athletes based off of their Friday times advancing to the Finals on day two (Saturday, Jan 20).

Friday, January 19, 2019
6pm: Doors Open
7:30 pm: Freestyle Competition
8 pm.: Challengers Race/
8:30 pm: Juniors

Saturday, February 4, 2017
5pm Doors Open
7pm Final compeition

Saturday, January 20, 2018
6 pm: Doors Open
7:30 pm: Freestyle Showcase
8:15 pm: Round of 32 begins

Do not even think of driving and parking anywhere near the event.  You will undoubtedly regret it.  Click here for a free MetroTransit pass.  Also many local restaurants offer shuttles.

This event is FREE to attend, however, prime viewing areas are ticketed.