The big meeting of scooter aces returns to the Extreme Barcelona parks
Jordan Clark and Lucas Di Meglio, reigning World and Extreme Scooter Champions will return to their favourite stage
The Scooter will once again be the protagonist in the two stages of Extreme Barcelona: the Street Plaza and Central Park. After hosting the Scooter World Championships in 2021, the riders return to Barcelona to offer one of the most vibrant competitions.
The Central Park will host the Scooter Park competition, where Jordan Clark, the reigning world champion of the discipline and the rider with the most medals in the history of Extreme Barcelona with five medals hanging from his neck, will participate.
Clark made history a few weeks ago by demonstrating off-road his full potential on the scooter, taking the modality to the next level by ironing out a NBD (never been done), triple flair that left the whole community open-mouthed.
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The Brit will not have an easy task to win his sixth Extreme gold medal. His compatriot Jamie Hull, Estonia’s Roomet Saalik and the promising young Frenchman Esteban Clot will also be in Barcelona to try to take five years of reign from Jordan Clark.
The Street Plaza will also have its dose of Scooter with the Frenchman Lucas Di Meglio at the head, the reigning world champion of the discipline in its park mode. Last year, the Frenchman had the whole Street Plaza crowd on their feet, performing a final Best Trick outside the park.
Di Meglio will be up against his compatriot Jonathan Perroni, world champion in 2018, Matis Neyroud, one of the most versatile athletes in the discipline who stands out for his incredible manuals, and Australian Kai Saunders.