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Rampfest Crown Scooter Competition

Event Date: Saturday 3rd of July

Please note that due to the recent changes in Covid-Restrictions in Melbourne, we have decided to push this event back from the 6th of June to the 3rd of July.  With the new restrictions, it would have placed very low limits on spectator and attendee numbers.  We figured the best thing to do was to wait until this wave is under control.

Event Overview:

We are proud to add the first ever "Rampfest Crown" Pro Scooter Competition to our 2021 Event Calendar on Saturday, 3rd of July.  This is the first Scooter Comp that RampFest has hosted since mid 2019, and we're excited to see how the scene and riding has progressed..

The Event will feature Under 12, Under 14, Amateur and Pro categories (for Men & Women), entries are open online now.

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Event Schedule

12:00pm - Open Practice
1:00pm - Under 12 Competition
2:00pm - Under 14 Competition
3:00pm - Amateur Competition
4:00pm - Pro Competition
5:00pm - Presentations
Please note that this is a draft schedule only and will be updated closer to the event.  We recommend all competitors arrive well before you practice session to avoid missing your turn.


Competition Details & Entry 


Online Entries open until Thursday 1st of July.

All Other Entries may be available on the event day - depending on competitor numbers.

Event / Competition Categories

  • Juniors U12 (year of birth 2010 or more)
  • Juniors U14 (year of birth 2008 or more)
  • Amateurs 14 and over (year of birth 2008 and less)
  • Pro 14 and over (year of birth 2006 and less)

Age Category is based on year of birth.  So that if you are currently 11, turning 12 in 2021, you will need to compete in the Under 14s Category.  Similarly if you are currently 13, turning 14 in 2021, you will need to compete in the over 14s category.

Notes about Categories

The purpose of these competition categories is to make the event fair and accessible to all riders.  There are no limitations on rider’s competing in a higher category to what they are eligible for – in fact, we encourage competitors to push themselves to compete in the highest category possible.  The goal of these rules is to ensure that we do not have “sandbagging” – riders deliberately competing in the lowest possible category to gain an unfair advantage or easy win. The event judges will have discretionary power to alter the category of any competitor if they believe that they are acting against the spirit of the competition and outside of good sportsmanship.

Competition Format

Each Category of the event will have a set number of Rounds of Competition.

Each Round of Competition will follow the same format:

  • Riders given 2 x 1min Runs on the course
    • A run is determined by the judges confirming the rider is ready to start, the clock starts when they drop in.
    • A buzzer will sound at the end of 1min. Any tricks not completed within this time will NOT count to the score.
  • The Judges will score each run individually according to the Judging Criteria outlined below

Junior Competition Format (U12, U14)

  • Made up of one Round of Competition.
  • The results of this Round will be the final placings.
  • Riders will be broken up into Heats at random to perform their two runs. The best run only will count for their overall result.

Pro & Am Competition Format (14+ Open)

  • Made up 2 x Rounds of Competition (Qualifying & Finals).
  • During Qualifying, Riders will be broken up into Heats at random to perform their runs. Your score is compared to all riders – not just those in your heat.
  • The number of riders who progress to Finals will depend on the total entries (4-12)
  • During Finals, the riders will in ascending order from their Qualifying Position (lowest placed qualifier for finals goes first)
  • During Finals, only your best run will count for your final score / placing.
  • The results from the Finals round will be the final results.

More Information

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