Inside XDL premiers on Versus Oct. 12, and will air every Tuesday at midnight EST.An XDL Championship Breadown:A typical XDL event consists of a practice day, followed by either one or two event days. Approximately $10,000 in prize money is up for grabs at each time, and with 6 events that makes an annual purse of $60,000. The main competition, and the one that decides the national championship, is Individual Freestyle. Riders have three minutes to put together a run that covers all the required elements. Individual Freestyle is a judged competition. All riders must qualify and 15 transfer into the main event. The winner is awarded 45 points, 15th receives three. The top qualifier receives a bonus points and rider participating in qualifying also receives a point. In September of 2008, XDL started a second points championship called the Aprilia All Star Challenge. It requires a rider to complete a skills course in the shortest amount of time on an Aprilia SXV 4.5. A time bonus can be earned for perfectly executed skill elements. Other competitions are Circle Challenge, which is a head-to-head bracket competition in which riders have to be the first to complete 10 circle wheelie rotations; Sickest Trick, an audience judged competition in which a rider has two attempts to execute a specific trick; and Freestyle Burnout, a one-minute free format intended to get the crowds excited and give riders a chance to let it all hang out.