By May 3, 2018News

May 3rd, 2018 (Corona, CA.) – The Jump Champs is all about getting outside while using your trucks and off-road toys more than before. Not everyone has their projects ready to hit the dirt and some are without an off-road worthy ride at all. At the next Jump Champs event on May 12, if you are anticipating viewing the action just from the grand stands, we have the THRILL RIDE Jump Champs Ride-A-Long Program available.

The Jump Champs has partnered with select expert off road drivers with professional built off-road trucks to provide the Thrill Ride Passengers a total experience they will never forget. No tame & lame laps on the off road short course. It is full throttle, dirt slinging, rad air the whole time.

Thrill Ride Passengers will be provided with fitted helmets and SFI-3 Certified 1-Piece Driving Suits to complete the Ride-A-Long experience. Spots will sell out fast so during your enjoyment of the May 12 Time Trials, head on over to registration to reserve your spot. Look for the Ride-A-Long Sign Board near The Jump Champs Registration Booth.

Tickets for The Jump Champs are only $10 for general admission available on-site. Camping at Glen Helen is also $10. Event attendees can venture around through the manufactures mid-way, vendor row, food vendors, a Hangar 24 Craft Brewing refrigerated beer truck, an off-road vehicle car and truck Show & Shine, and get up close to hundreds of grass root enthusiasts and the rigs they have entered into competition.


The Jump Champs main focus is gathering the fans, the enthusiasts, the recreational off road vehicle or UTV owners and giving them a place to show off their vehicles and driving ability. With featured events such as The Jump Champs, The Time Trials, and The Desert Drags are contest of skill which allows for the most participation with very affordable entry fees. This event has been long overdue and we are excited to team up with sponsors, big name racers and the iconic Glen Helen Raceway to bring this event to the masses. The goal is to bring the average spectator out to be part of the event, instead of sitting in the stands.