BMX FREESTYLE

BMX

This sport always gives the FISE events the most impressive and spectacular shows! Four different BMX disciplines can be found in our events, two of which are UCI World Cups which will be organised within FISE until 2028.
BMX Freestyle Park
BMX Freestyle Flatland
BMX Spine Ramp
BMX Street

BMX Freestyle Park

TO EXPLODE THE CLAP-O METER

This discipline is truly breathtaking. The riders use as much of the park as possible to create astonishing aerial tricks and innovative lines. Riders are judged on the difficulty, quality and range of their runs. Thanks to the riders’ continually developing and pushing the boundaries of their sport, BMX Freestyle Park has recently been recognized as an Olympic Sport and will make its debut in the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. the World Cup allows the riders to gain point and qualify for the Olympic Games

BMX Freestyle Flatland

THE EXCLUSIVE & ARTISTIC FORM OF BMX

Performed on a flat surface with no equipment other than a bike, BMX Flatland is the most artistic, aesthetic and creative form of the sport. Athletes combine skills, balance, and creativity to perform a kind of dance with the boke, more than just a contest they create a show! The event has quickly become a firm crown favourite and is expanding in popularity around the world thanks to the dedication of the riders pushing the sport.

BMX Spine Ramp

THE GREAT SHOW

Two half-pipes placed back to back. The platforms on each side serve as launch and landing ramps. The Spine Ramp competition provide amazing show for four discipline: BMX, Skate, Roller and Scooter, and are offering the very best of Action Sports to the public. It is a crowd favourite!

BMX Street

A UNIQUE SPECTACLE

Benches, quarter pipes, rails and other step structures make up the BMX Street area to replicate downtown cityscapes. Judging criteria favour individual expression of style, particularly the launch of new tricks which are enjoyed by a knowledgeable audience receptive to the intricacies of each run.

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SKATEBOARD

SKATEBOARD

Two disciplines can be organised in a FISE event : Skateboard Street and Skateboard Spine Ramp

Skateboard Street

THE ROOTS

Skateboarding, initially just a simple way of getting about, boomed in the 1980s to become the force it is today. Its influence has spread into the very heart of popular culture. Riders are judged on the technicality, originality and versatility of their lines. The continual growth and popularity of the sport has led to it being recognised by the Olympics. Competitions held on Street Park and Bowl will be included in the Tokyo 2020 Olympics.

SKATEBOARD

Skateboard Street

THE ROOTS

It is the oldest action sport, what started as a mode of transportation, boomed in the 80’s and morphed into the sport you see today. Skateboarding has become a culture, with its own fashion, music and international icons. Skateboarding will make its debut at the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games.

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ROLLER FREESTYLE

ROLLER FREESTYLE

Roller Freestyle

TO MAKE YOUR HEAD SPIN

Between art and sport this freestyle practice consist in using Freestyle Parks on the urban landscape to realize tricks and to challenge laws of gravity with rotation head upside down and amazing jumps. In 2017, the Roller competition of FISE World Series became a stop of the World Skate Roller Freestyle World Cup.

Since 2018, we developed a new infrastructure for the Roller Freestyle competitions: a Park especially made for Roller and Scooter! However, the Roller competition can also take place on the Freestyle Park.

This sport can also take place on the Spine Ramp. Information about this infrastructure can be found on the BMX page.

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MOUNTAIN BIKE

MOUNTAIN BIKE FREESTYLE

A BREATH-TAKING COURSE

It’s a truly aerial discipline thanks to the massive structure of a Slopestyle course. To optimise performance, the bikes are designed to be easily manoeuvrable and to withstand the impact of huge jumps. Throughout the course riders try to combine the maximum number of tricks on each run. Riders are judged on combo complexity, height gained and the quality of each trick.

Mountain Bike is one of the fastest growing discipline with exponential growth in the number of participants, fans, events and cutting edge bicycle technology!

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SCOOTER FREESTYLE

SCOOTER FREESTYLE

FOR THE NEW GENERATION

Scooter Freestyle is one of the newest action sports. Across the world, an increasing number of people are riding scooters on the streets and in parks. Despite being a relatively new sport, rides are already pushing it to new heights. For the most part, tricks are inspired by BMX as the handlebars and two wheels are often similar in both sports. Nonetheless, riders do occasionally take inspiration from Skateboard!

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PARKOUR

PARKOUR

JUMP THE WORLD

The urban discipline of Parkour has been popularised partly thanks to the cinema. It is all about getting from one point to another with the utmost efficiency of movement. In Speed Run, athletes must cross obstacles as quickly as possible to get to the finish line. In Freestyle, they express their style and creativity as they cross the obstacles.

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BOULDERING

BOULDERING

TO DEFY THE LAW OF GRAVITY

Bouldering is the most explosive and spectacular climbing discipline. Athletes gave to scale walls with only a mate for safety. Using their power, coordination, and adaptability, athletes have to climb as fast as possible. Competitive intensity is increased when the contest is run in a dual format meaning climbers race the course side by side. Recently added to the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games programme, this fresh discipline is rapidly growing in popularity.

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WAKEBOARD

WAKEBOARD

THE AQUATIC DISCIPLINE

Wakeboard was introduced in the early ‘80s and is often described as a cross between Waterski and Snowboard. Athletes attach their feet to the board and use it in both directions to facilitate the sequence of tricks which are judged according to difficulty and the height at which they are made. These can be launched on the modules arranged close to the line of the water ski lift, or by using only the momentum given by the latter.

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BREAKING

BREAKING

FOLLOW THE RYTHYM

Breaking – a dance style that combines body movements and music – originated in the Bronx during the ‘70s. A harmony of rhythm and gesture-based activity, judged on technical movements, forms the basis of this urban discipline. Dancers express themselves in their own unique style through four main types of movement: Toprock, Downrock, Power Moves and Freezes.

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