UCI Mountain Bike World Cup Lenzerheide 

Side Events - fun, games, and excitement

There's also a lot going on next to the race tracks. Whip off, concerts, parties and Childrens programmes will keep you entertained and in a festive mood in the evening.

Friday, 8 July 2022

Time Event
10.00 am–7.00 pm Kids Area and Steinböckli Cup
7.00–8.00 pm Party with DJ OK
8.00–9.00 pm Send it Jump Show
9.00 pm–end Party with DJ OK

Saturday, 9 July 2022

Time Event
10.00 am–5.00 pm Kids Area and Steinböckli Cup
4.00–5.00 pm Party with DJ OK
7.00–9.00 pm Concert with Pablo Infernal
9.00 pm–end Party with DJ OK

Sunday, 10 July 2022

Zeit Event
10.00 am–5.00 pm Kids Area and Steinböckli Cup
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Send It Jump Show

Directly after the Cross Country Short Track race, five international pros show what can be done with mountain bikes in the air. On a ramp and landing bag, the riders show that mountain bikes not only provide excitement and spectacle with their tyres on the ground.

Whip Off | © Dominik Bosshard

Whip off

The crowd puller is back! The most spectacular whip will be crowned on the new jumpline. Registration is open to all bikers. Registration is possible directly on site after the downhill race. Best Trick, Best Whip and Fans Favourite will be awarded.

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Kids Area and Steinböckli Cup

So that the little ones can already emulate their big idols, there is a running bike and a skill course in the Kids Area. Practise balance and technique or just cruise around, the Kids Area is sure to please the kids.

Live Music – Keep on rockin

Good music is simply part of the UCI Mountain Bike World Cup. In 2022, several bands will once again get your hips swinging and heads bobbing.

Pablo Infernal | © Adrian Asllani

Pablo Infernal

Strong-willed and uncompromising, artistically visionary and technically adept: The high-energy rock'n'roll of the Swiss power quartet presents itself versatile - and with a lot of power! The four gentlemen from Zurich sound as international as they are themselves. Not only Swiss, but also Albanian, Brazilian and Italian roots are mixed in here. It's nice to look at, but even nicer to listen to.

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