Red Bull Ragnarok imitates the myth that stems from an incident in Norse mythology, describing the last battle between the good and evil Gods, where only the heroes of the battlefield survive. In the respect that only a mere few snow-kite heroes will succeed Red Bull’s Ragnarok. Endurance is paramount, and only the toughest riders will complete the course.
This year, the event will take place on the plains of the Hardangervidda, a vast area with ideal conditions for kiting. The race format will be a mass start, where each participant must complete five full laps of the chosen course (one lap = 15-30 km) using only their kite, and either skis or snowboard.
Registration for Ragnarok 2019 opens December 6th at 18:00 CET.
Due to the growth of Ragnarok, it has been necessary this year to make certain changes to create a better experience for the participants. This allows them to increase the number of available tickets to make room for more Ragnarok participants, and they can bring everyone together under one roof for a smoother, more unified and more social Ragnarok experience. To make this possible, Ragnarok has signed a deal with Ustedalen Resort in Geilo to be the base for all activities outside of the race itself; registration, race meetings, accommodation for all participants, meals, transport to and from race venue, banquet and prize giving ceremony after the competition.
The 2019th edition of Red Bull Ragnarok will therefore also be able to expand its available race spots from 300 to 350. The tickets are limited, so make sure you secure your spot!
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