Only a few days to go before the 4th and final stage of the FISE Xperience Series 2023 kicks off this Friday, August 25 in Le Havre. With a programme running all weekend, the festival promises to bring together riders from all over Europe in the 4 competing disciplines: BMX Freestyle Park, Skateboard Bowl, Roller Freestyle Park and Scooter Bowl. After the success of Tignes last March, Reims in June, and Thonon-les-Bains in August, it's Le Havre's turn to host the latest stage in the FISE Xperience Series tour. With two sports areas adapted to the different disciplines in competition (a Freestyle Park for BMX Freestyle Park and Roller Freestyle, and the legendary Bowl du Havre for
Less than a week to go before the start of the FISE Xperience Series 2022 last stop in Le Havre. Last but not least, it's going to be the biggest of the season with a 5 disciplines contest. On 3 fields of play, the city is going to gather BMX and Roller Freestyle Park, Skateboard and Scooter Bowl as well as BMX Flatland riders to wrap the season with a jam-packed weekend of action! Huge sport stakes are going to push Pro, Amateur, Women and Young talents to go big, with the Coupe de France FFC for BMX Flatland and BMX Freestyle Park, as well as a UCI C1 certification for the last one. As in the iconic Le Havre's Bowl, on the massive Freestyle Park ramps or on the Flatland Area, crowds will be on fire to support international riders and local rising champions.
True to its annual habit, Le Havre's FISE Xperience Series stage promises to bring together the crowds the next weekend on the Esplanade de la Plage. On August 27th, 28th, and 29th, BMX and Roller Freestyle competitions will be held on a Park specially built for the occasion, while those of Skateboard and Scooter will be in the spotlight in the legendary Bowl of Le Havre. Free to access and open to everybody with the presentation of a health pass, the event also features BMX Flatland demonstrations and initiations, which will be part of a fully refreshed activities program.
As part of the weekend de la Glisse, the festival is becoming an unmissable event for the whole scene of French and European riders. With major stakes enhancing the professional contests, alongside the wide
From early morning, the finals were linked on the Freestyle Park for the last stage of the French cup FFC. After the categories Junior, Women dashed and the havraise Alicia Labat had much to do in front of three members of the French Collective; Kenza Chaal, Magalie Pottier and Laury Perez. The latter moreover stood out, before making way in Amateurs where it was Louidgi Opplert who took the win. The wind at the end of day imposed to convert the qualification results as the final results in the Pro class where a demonstration followed instead. The qualification results had Cam Peake winning, Jack Macguire in second and Kenneth Tancre from Belgium in third for this last stage of the 2018 FISE Xperience Series tour. The consistancy of Kaine Mitchell throughout the season