Created, organised and launched by Longboard Zaragoza, Caribbean Sport Shop and the Longboard Girls Crew, this year’s event has a slightly new approach, including donating all profits to KASAK, an organisation working to promote social sustainability in urban and rural Nicaragua.
There will be two circuits to ride for different levels, with the first being a 1,5km track of 10 hairpins for speed and freeride lovers, and the second one a soft 1,2km slope for chilled out riders and dancers.
Besides the 'freeride' there will of course be fun side activities to join as well, ranging from slalom races to a hippy jump, dancing workshops, tricks clinics, as well as Indo boards for balancing.
Big thanks go out to Lush Longboards!
And to get you in the mood, here some highlights from last year: