NIGHT of the JUMPs
The NIGHT of the JUMPS is the oldest and largest international freestyle motocross series in the world, with events spanning 21 countries and four continents. Since 2006, the NIGHT of the JUMPS has been the official FIM Freestyle MX World Championship with around 10-15 World Cup events held around the globe. Championship points are accumulated over the Grand Prix events and a World Champion determined at the end of the year.
The NIGHT of the JUMPS combines international sport with classical show elements such as pyrotechnics, lighting technology and sideshows. Since its debut in 2001 (Riesa / Germany) about 300 NIGHT of the JUMPS event have taken place in front of over two million enthusiastic fans.
As a global television event, which is broadcast in 162 countries and a transmission time of more than 700 hours per year, the NIGHT of the JUMPS reaches more than 1 billion potential viewers per event. In addition, fans around the world can use various online platforms to follow their favorite series. With more than 200,000 likes on Facebook, more than 6 million video views on YouTube per year and information spread across other platforms such as Instagram, Twitter, Periscope or the online magazine Issuu, NIGHT of the JUMPS reaches more than 100 million digital touch points annually.