Puerto Vallarta Will Experience the Excitement of the ‘Fire Ride Festival’

Puerto Vallarta Will Experience the Excitement of the ‘Fire Ride Festival’

There will be two days of competition with a show for all the public.

On May 21 and 22, Puerto Vallarta will be the scene of the 'Fire Ride Festival,' a high-level event that will bring together 40 professional riders from different parts of the world, starring in an attractive show that can be enjoyed by lovers of cycling and extreme sports. 

At a press conference, to publicize the details of this festival, the director of the Municipal Sports Council, José Amador Hernández Madrigal, explained that it is an important event for Puerto Vallarta, since it brings together the show of descent, luck, and freestyle acrobatics; bringing families the opportunity to be part of an unparalleled day, in addition to contributing to the reactivation of sports tourism that has been resumed in the city. The necessary facilities for this, and on the part of the organizers, assume a specific protocol to continue taking care of the health of the attendees and participants. 

The director and coordinator of 'Fire Ride,' Gabriel Cuevas, announced that it is an international event that will take place in two days, starting next Friday from 3:00 pm to 8:00 pm, the date on which the highest jump competition will be held, as the athletes will try to beat the world record of 7.5 meters above the ramp level, representing the height of a three-level building. 

Saturday the event will be from 10:00 am to 8:00 pm, with the downhill faceoff competition, where cyclists will compete two at a time to advance. The best tricks will also be presented, among other activities that can be consulted on the Fire Ride Festival Facebook and Instagram pages, as well as on their website listed below.

Gabriel Cuevas indicated that it is an event for all the public and tickets are already on sale in various establishments in the city, as well as at the ticket offices located behind the Campo Verde subdivision, with entrance through Mexico Avenue and passing the CUC, and will be duly signposted. In addition to the sports show, there will be music and food. 

He highlighted that this event has the participation of 40 professional athletes from countries such as England, France, Chile, the United States, and Colombia among others, of which six are women competing in freestyle. 

The press conference was also attended by Patrick Robinson, competitor and coordinator of this event; Mike Mortimer, from Logistics and Digital Area of ​​the Fire Ride Festival, and the Chilean competitor Renata Wiese.