November 20th, 2011
The mini-MegaRamp in Santiago, Chile
For the first time in our country, made the Pro Yogu Yogu Games extreme sports competition has been most important in Chile, produced by Sports Marketing Demaria MegaRamp together with Megaramp.com, a producing the X-Games and the most important events of the discipline around the world.
Between 19 and 20 November in the Mall Plaza Oeste, in the town of Cerrillos, will present the world’s best exponents in the disciplines of Skate boarding, BMX (bicycle) and FMX (Free Bikes in Style mode)
Never before had organized an event of such magnitude that combines the three disciplines most important and attractive urban extreme sports.
More than a million dollars will be invested to have a luxury infrastructure with a capacity stadium 9 000 people, audio and lighting worldwide and the best riders in the world like the American Vincent James Byron gold medalist in the X – Games Asia 2011 and the Chilean Coco Zurita, competitor X – Games and World Cup runner-up in Germany 2008 (BMX). There is also a Brazilian – American Bob Burnquist (Skateboard), winner in 2007 and 2008 X Games Big Air and Lincoln Ueda, who won bronze in the category of Mini Mega X – Games Asia 2011 (Skate). In addition, Todd Potter FMX specialists, who won seven medals at the X-Games Best Trick by Greg Hartman and winner of the X – Games Dubai 2007, say this in the competition.
The BMX and Skate ramp is almost 60 meters long and 10 high, brought from the United States Sports Marketing Demaria, plus lighting towers and audio technology Dimer Line Array. The ramp will be the same as that used in the Asian X-Games 2011. In this, riders can reach altitudes of nearly 10 meters, where you can do all your stunts and tricks. This will test all the capabilities of these athletes who will present their jumps to 9 thousand people per day.
The best athletes present at the competition:
Lincoln Ueda (Brasil – America) 1st in the Oi Vert Jam in 2007 Brasil
Bob Burnquist (Brazil – America) Gold X – Big Air Games 2007 and 2008
Elliot Sloan (USA) Bronze Big Air Rail Jam X – Games 2010
Pierre Luc Gagnon, PLG (Canada) Triple X-Games gold medal in Big Air, Best Trick Vert FPFB.
Morgan Wade (USA) Silver X – Games 2006 and Gold Metro BMX Jam LSingapur.
Vincent James Byron (USA) Gold X – Games Asia 2011.
Kevin Michael Robinson (USA) Gold X-Games Best Trick Gold 2007 and 2006 and 2009 X-Games Big Air.
Colton A. Satterfield (USA) 4th Brazil Mega Ramp 2011. L
Coco Zurita (Chile) Silver BMX World Germany, 5th X – Games 2010.
Todd Potter (USA) Gold X – Games 2008, 2009 and 2010 Best Whip
James Carter (USA) Rookie L
Derek Garland (USA) 4th Masters of Dirt 2008 and 5th Best Trick X – Games Brazil 2008. L
Garret Ahlf (USA) Bako Boy