Tommy Zula and Payton Ridenour triumphed in their respective Men's and Women's finals at the inaugural Red Bull UCI Pump Track World Championships at the Swiss Bike Park in Bern to claim the honour of wearing the UCI's coveted rainbow jerseys for the first-ever time. Watch them lay it all on the line...
After 26 qualifying events in 22 countries, over 130 riders congregated at the Swiss Bike Park in Bern, Switzerland to lay it all on the line for a chance to go down in history as the first 2019 Red Bull UCI Pump Track World Championships winners.
The enthusiastic crowd braved the elements and stuck it out to the end as the competitors battled on track, with Tommy Zula sealing gold in the thrilling Men's final on his 26-inch MTB against junior BMXer Tristan Borel from Switzerland, with Frenchman Eddy Clerte claiming the bronze medal.
In the Women's event, talented teenager Payton Ridenour stormed to the gold medal against Nadine Aeberhard from Switzerland, with 2018 winner Von Niederhäusern making do with the bronze medal this time.
Full results on http://redbullpumptrackworldchampionship.com