The Ágora will be the venue for the first Freestyle Burn Spanish Cup

Sep 30, 2010

The event will bring together several of the best riders in the world on 13th November
The Ágora will be the venue for the first Freestyle Burn Spanish Cup On 13th November at 21:00 hours the Freestyle Burn Spanish Cup event will start from the Ágora of the City of Arts and Sciences; Valencia will thus be the venue for the first event of a competition in which the best Spanish and international riders will take part.

This was announced today by the general manager of the City of Arts and Sciences, Pedro García Ribot; the representative of Octagon Esedos; the organiser of the event, Joan Fontsere; and the Freestyle Burn Spanish Cup champion, José Miralles.

Pedro García Ribot has expressed his satisfaction at the holding of this event after the Valencia 500 Tennis Open that will be held from 30th October to 7th November at the Ágora: “This building will once again host a motor-sport event that we are sure will delight the public with its spontaneity, the jumps of the riders, and the unique framework in which it is held”.

For his part, Joan Fontsere stressed that “we have the opportunity to take advantage of the infrastructure set up for the Open to hold this event, which will allow the spectator to watch live the duel between the champion and runner-up of Freestyle, an acrobatic motor-sport that has an important physical and technical component”.

The four times Burn Cup champion and world runner-up, the Spaniard José Miralles, will have to pit his acrobatics against the twice world champion in the category (2008 and 2009), the Frenchman Remi Bizouard, who will be in Valencia to inaugurate the event. Together with the above, Victor Córdoba, the Cup runner-up last year and the young riders Dylan Trull, Xavi Dols, and Maikel Melero complete the billing of the first Valencia event.

Tickets to the show can be bought at the Corte Inglés, on the Freestyle stand of the Comunitat Valenciana that will be in the FUN PARK of the Valencia 500 Tennis Open, from the City of Arts and Sciences by calling 902 100 031, and from the ticket offices of the Príncipe Felipe Science Museum.