The world's best freeriders compete for the coveted title in the second annual Nissan mountain bike freeriding series. The grand final isbeing held outside Tate Modern on Bankside.
The gallery will provide an exciting backdrop to the urban freeriding challenge, as the Nissan QASHQAI-sponsored Street Art exhibition, which features work from some of the most exciting street artists in the world, will be unveiled while the world's best freeriders compete in a variety of mountain bike disciplines.
Urban freeriding is an exhilarating form of mountain biking which sees riders take on challenging man-made terrain to perform extreme stunts. The riders will perform physically demanding tricks while airborne, taking on drops of up to 30 feet high, narrow platforms, jumps and landings.
The London event is the final in a series of four challenges across Europe, with events being held in Milan, Madrid and Munich in late April and May.
In total there will be 25 of the world's best mountain bikers showing off their skills in a bid to become the Freeride Champion of the year and win the overall prize of 100,000 euros.