Doors open at 6 p.m.

World Championship ICE Racing, presents The 2018 Next Generation Fire On Ice Tour for one night only. Featuring the biggest names in professional motorcycle ICE racing and the craziest riders on ice racing wild Unlimited Outlaw Quads and so much more.

These racers will be blazing around the arenas solid ice track shredding the ice with over 2,000 razor sharp studs in their tires, hitting insane speeds; going from 0-60 mph in less than 3 seconds, all racing for the most prestigious World Championship ICE Racing Title and the Bloomington Belt.

Guest appearance by four time Guinness Record Holder; daredevil and professional stunt rider Ryan S.

Ryan S. in 2007 was in a tragic accident and lost his left leg, but he didn’t let that stop him. He continues to perform stunts with a prosthetic leg, proving to continue to be one of the fastest wheelie riders and craziest stunt bike riders on the ice.

This action packed professional racing event comes with chills, spills and thrills and a no-holds-barred racing attitude that will keep you on the edge of your seats. This will prove to be one hot night of racing.

Tickets for World Championship ICE Racing are Adult G.A. $17 and Adult Reserved $22. Kids G.A. tickets are $8.50 and Kids Reserved tickets are $11. Ticket pricing increases $3 day of show. Tickets are available for purchase at, or by phone at 1 (800) 745 - 3000. Group discount tickets are available for this event and can be purchased by calling Nikki Dalbey at 309 - 434 - 2921. Additional fees may apply.



  • Occurred Saturday, January 6th, 2018 @ 7:30 pm


Grossinger Motors Arena

101 South Madison Street
Bloomington, 61701


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