There are eleven bronze badges to collect:
A NOTE ABOUT BRACKET PLACEMENTS: I don't know if it's just been me, but it's never counted my medals unless the event has ended while I haven't been playing the game. If someone can confirm that getting the medal while the game is running counts towards this, I would appreciate it.
- Finish in Diamond Bracket 1 time in a Global Event (awarded after While You Were Away earnings). Find a peak and a run with very few riders taking part. While you could choose a track you're rather familiar with, I had excellent luck on Cerro Pollone in Patagonia. If you're lucky enough to be the only person in the event, you'll automatically get Diamond.
- Finish in Platinum Bracket 1 time in a Global Event (awarded after While You Were Away earnings). This is similar to Diamond in that you could pick a track you know really well, or if you find a peak with one time, place second comparatively to get an easy Platinum.
- Finish in Gold Bracket 1 time in a Global Event (awarded after While You Were Away earnings).
- Finish in Silver Bracket 1 time in a Global Event (awarded after While You Were Away earnings).
- Compete in a Race Event.
- Compete in a Trick Event.
- Compete in a Survive Event.
- Compete in a Custom Event. Select Custom Event on any run, set it to be free to join and friends only, this should pop up before you even compete in the event.
- Play in a Global Event with 1,000 or more Riders. At the Global Events RiderNet Wall, one of the stock options is "The most players competing in a free Global Event is on _____." Simply play that event when it has more than 1,000 people.
- Join an Event with a 10,000 credit Drop Cost. Any event worth more than 10,000 will qualify, but Broken Tooth: Race It on Extinguisher Tower in the Rockies has a 10,000 Drop Cost.
- In Global Events, earn more than 25,000 SSX Credits lifetime. Even free events pay out, this accumulates faster than you might expect. However, you do need the online pass in order to bank your earnings.