Red Bull Straight Rhythm has released information on the 2015 version of its unique track for the October 10 event at Fairplex in Pomona, Calif. The event turns traditional motocross racing on its head by removing all the turns, resulting in a 1Ž2 mile-long straight track where riders race head-to-head. The linear design will include 75 jumps, over 400 feet of whoops and will likely have riders spending more time airborne than on the ground. A best-of-three bracket format will test the riders' mental toughness and bike control over the 2,500 feet-long straight track, built from 10,000 cubic yards of dirt. Twenty-four riders will compete, broken into two classes – 16 riders in the Open Class and 8 riders in the Lites Class (250cc or less). Tickets for the event are now available for purchase at redbull.com/straightrhythm. Straight Rhythm is a flagship event of the Red Bull Signature Series, a collection of the most progressive action sports events in the world.