The Oakley Arctic Challenge Announces

Rider Protocol And Prize Money


As TAC is expanding with slopestyle this season, the prize money is increasing to $120,000 dollars. 24 riders will be exclusively invited with all local costs covered. Additional 16 riders will be invited to fill up the action.

TAC is waiting for the new Holmenkollen ski jumping arena to be ready for the 10/11 season. And the quarterpipe will be a TTR 5 star event until then.  This year the slopestyle is a TTR 6 star event. The prize money will be split into $70,000 dollars for slOakley Arctic Challenge Rider Releaseopestyle and $50,000 dollars for quarterpipe. First prize slopestyle is $30,000 dollars and first prize quarterpipe is $20,000 dollars. The Golden Oakley Time Bomb watch is still up for grabs!

TTR Top 10 riders and invited riders need to confirm their spot before September 15th. All 24 riders can bring a friend to celebrate New Years in Oslo, and TAC will cover their hotel bill. The quarterpipe contest is held in the daytime on New Years with an entertaining evening program to follow. The slopestyle finals are on the evening of January 3rd. TAC has booked Scandic Hotel Edderkoppen exclusively for event participants. Arrival day is December 28 and departure January 4th.

Team managers and sponsors are welcome to nominate riders for the remaining 16 spots by emailing