Introducing Highland’s first Slopestyle Series! Highland has long served as a training ground for both new and seasoned athletes. Now we’re building on our history of events like the Claymore Challenge and the 2019 US Open of Slopestyle and bringing a new opportunity for competition to a fresh generation of riders. 

Three FMB Bronze events. Two age classes. Men’s and women’s categories. It’s competitive slopestyle like it’s never been offered before, and it’s happening here in Northfield, NH.

Save the dates:

  • Saturday, June 19th
  • Saturday, August 21st
  • Saturday, September 25th

All athletes must complete the Highland waiver and FMB license agreement. These are Bronze events; the FMB Free Amateur License will be required for entry.


This event is open to all ages. Classes will be organized by age in both the men’s and women’s categories. 

  • *Boys (U14)
  • *Girls (U14)
  • Open Men’s (15+)
  • Open Women’s (15+)

There will be no qualifiers. All registered riders will be judged on style and tricks, with each riders best run of 2 in the running for a Freebird victory, and overall series winner!

* Athletes under the age of 15 are not required to register for an FMB License. Earned points will not be counted towards the FMB rankings. Highland will acknowledge all athletes under the age of 15 and award the top 3 finishers internal Freebird Slopestyle points. The U15 series winner for the boys and girls class will be announced after the last event on September 25.


This schedule is subject to change. The schedule will be the same for all three events in the series.

9AM-5PM Athlete Registration in Welcome Center

10AM-5PM Practice

5:30PM-8:30PM VIP HTC Access 



9AM-4PM Athlete Registration in Welcome Center

10AM-7PM Practice

5:30PM Athlete Meeting (at Announcer’s Booth)

6:30PM-8:30PM Athlete Dinner (location TBA)



8:30AM Mandatory Riders Meeting

9AM-11:30AM Practice

12PM-1:30PM Under 14 

2PM-6PM Open Class Men & Women

Awards to Follow

7PM-10PM After Party at Exit 19 Bar

  • If you are traveling by air, the closest airports to Highland are Manchester Logan (MHT) in Manchester, NH (approximately 35 minutes away) and Boston Logan (BOS) in Boston, MA (approximately 90 minutes away.)
  • Concord Coach Lines has bus stops in Concord, NH (approximately 20 minutes away) and at Exit 20 in Tilton, NH (approximately 12 minutes away.)

Highland does not have accommodations onsite. Check out our Accommodations page for an incomplete list of local hotels and camping options, many of which offer discounts to Highland riders.


Feature list:

Feature 1 – dirt stepdown  3′ down 20′ out 

Feature 2 – canon log – 25′

Feature 3 – dirt left satellite dish 

Feature 4 – dirt right satellite dish 

Feature 5 – flat drop – 12′ down 14′ out 

Feature 6 – step-up jump, 10′ tall ramp 20′ gap to dirt landing

Feature 7 – 8′ by 18′ dirt jump

Feature 8 – small dirt dish 

Feature 9 – up box 

Feature 10 – on-off

Feature 11 – Final jump – 10′ tall wood ramp 28′ gap to dirt landing


Spectators are welcome at all three events! There is no spectator fee.                                                            


This schedule is subject to change. The schedule will be the same for all three events in the series.



10AM-5PM Athlete Practice



10AM-7PM Athlete Practice



9AM-11:30AM Athlete Practice

12PM-1:30PM Under 14 Class

12PM-7PM Live Music, Beer Garden, Food Trucks, and More

2PM-6:00PM 15+ Open Men and Women Class

Awards to Follow

7PM-10PM After Party at Exit 19 Bar


Musical entertainment presented by Fat Tire.

June 19: Kable Guys Band

August 21: Chris Fritz-Grice

September 25: The Youngest Sun



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