Countries with Pro Bull Riding Members: US, Mexico, Australia, Brazil, Canada
First Pro Bull Riding: 1992
Pro Bowl Riding Tickets
In 1992, 20 professional bull riders put $1,000 each in to start the Pro Bull Riding Tour. Many others soon joined these bull riders, and together they compete more than 300 times each year with the ultimate goal to make enough points to get to the Built Ford Tough World Finals in Las Vegas, Nev., where the winner earns $1 million. The first challenge that a bull rider must face is to be able to ride a bull for eight seconds while keeping one hand in the air and one hand on the bull rope. If he is successful, then the ride is scored on a scale of 1 to 100. Fifty points are earned based on how the bull performs and 50 on how the rider performs. Each qualifying event earns points toward the chance to compete in Las Vegas. If multiple rides are permitted in the same event, then scores are averaged to determine event placings. Get your Pro Bull Riding tickets at StubHub to watch all the excitement live.
What is the Pro Bowl Riding Global Cup?
The Global Cup offers riders in Brazil, Mexico, Canada, Australia and two North Americans teams the chance to compete against each other in a team concept. One of the North American teams is composed entirely of Native American riders. Each of the other countries has only one team. The Native American team, called USA Wolves, is coached by Ted Nuce, who qualified for the National Finals Rodeo 14 times as a bull rider. Coaching USA Eagles will be Justin McBride, who is a two-time PBR World Champion. These teams compete as a team representing their country as opposed to individuals.
What is Pro Bowl Riding Unleash the Beast?
The main event in Pro Bowl riding is called Unleash the Beast. Under this format, individuals try to amass the most points throughout the season. Each event starts with at least two days of qualifying. Then, the top cowboys move on to the finals. Cowboys can earn points toward qualifying for the finals on each day that they compete. During the yearlong point contest, there are four contests where riders can amass more points than at other events. One occurred at Madison Square Garden on Jan. 3–5, 2020. Another is scheduled for Los Angeles’ Staples Center Feb. 7–8. Cheyenne Frontier Days will host the third on July 20–21. The last will occur at Bridgestone Arena in Nashville on Aug. 21.
What is the Pro Bowl Riding Velocity Tour?
The Velocity Tour was created in 2014 to give riders who were not quite ready for Unleash the Beast a place to practice their skills in competition. Velocity Tour events happen often, and more than one can happen on the same weekend. The PBR often hosts special fan experiences in conjunction with these events, including a behind-the-chutes tour, a premium seating section and a hospitality area. Some cities where the Velocity Tour will be heading include Lexington, Spokane, Knoxville, Grand Rapids, Youngstown and Memphis.
Where can I get tickets for Pro Bowl Riding events?
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How much are tickets to Pro Bowl Riding events?
Many factors, including which tour you want to see and the location it's held at, affect the cost of Pro Bowl riding event tickets. Generally, you can expect seats closer to the action to cost the most.Back to Top
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