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On April 13 and 14, 2013, the Festival International des Sports Extremes comes back to Reims to focus on high level BMX and Skateboard. For the second consecutive year, the city of champagne will be our host. Last year, the show was very impressive with one of the biggest parks of the year in BMX. We remember that the Frenchie Maxime Charveron shining alongside with the British riders and the unstoppable Flying Dutch, Daniel Wedemeijer.
This year, the SFR FISE Xperience guarantees a show at least as high quality as last years’, with the best of the Euro riders in those disciplines.
During two full days, the city of Reims will be in full Freestyle Sports mode, with the special installation of infrastructures in the Leo Lagrange Park.
“Located in the Courlancy neighbourhood, just beside the Auguste-Delaune stadium, Reim’s biggest urban park was created by the landscaper Jacques Sgar, in 1978. It is built around a stretch of water that ends in the East part by a humid zone, treated semi-naturally, built in 1997. This space, loved dearly by the inhabitants of Reims, is the scene of many outdoor activities. A bird observation path was created in 2003, in collaboration with the Ligue de Protection des Oiseaux. There is also a children’s playground.”
Source : Reims Tourism Board official website: http://www.reims-tourisme.com)
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