On August 13, at the “Carlos Iturralde Rivero” stadium, Mérida will host the ASTRAL FLYER acrobatic motocross show, which is an event that has caught attention worldwide.
Moto X Speed and Style: Internationally-recognized motocross riders such as Eros Farr of the Metal Mulisha team (United States); Marco González from the Monster team as well as Gabriel Villegas from Red Bull team (both from Chile), and Ivan Ospina from the AstralFly team (Colombia).
FMX-Freestyle Motocross: Motocross rider Johan Nungaray from Monster team, Johnny Palafox, Jorge Rangel and Christian Becerrarom from AstralFly (all from México).
Stunt Bike: Mauricio G., and Johnny Palafox, among others.
The event’s program will start with a general warm-up and an initial jump. Each participant will have the opportunity to perform 10 jumps and show their motorcycle mastery level as well as their best trick. Likewise, acrobatics or freestyle riders will have 10 minutes to show their abilities, and perform a closing trick with either FMX, BMX or Stunt Bike Motocross. Last but not least, the show will start at 6:00 p.m.
Ticket prices are:
General: $220 pesos
Preferencial: $550 pesos
VIP: $900 pesos
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