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Les compartimos la tercera edición de Laguna DH Race en Atoyac Jalisco, carrera internacional de downhill skateboarding con apoyo de International Downhill Federation (IDF).

Es una pista muy divertida e interesante a 45min de Guadalajara Jalisco , el track de la carrera empieza con una recta muy rápida en la cual puedes alcanzar aproximadamente los 85km/h encontrándose al final de la misma con una curva casi de 90°, en fechas pasadas esta curva todos los riders hacían slide para así poder tener una buena línea a menor velocidad, este año se convirtió en un track ceros slides, es decir el slide que anteriormente se hacía en la primera curva en esta ocasión los riders batallaron por obtener las mejores líneas en las curvas y ahorrarse ese slide para poder salir más rápido, no nos imaginamos como se va a poner el siguiente año.

Aparte de la primera curva que es la más interesante, siguen 6 curvas más que hacen que esta pista sea muy divertida, corredores de Brasil, Canadá, Costa Rica, EUA y por supuesto riders de todo México, tuvimos varias categorías como: Luge, Amateur, Junior y Open.

Después de la carrera no puede faltar la pelea de Box y después la fiesta, ya el domingo todos pudieron disfrutar nuevamente de la pista sin estrés de carrera y sin importar la desvelada de un día anterior, el chiste de estos eventos es patinar como nunca lo vas a poder hacer en carretera abierta, con seguridad en curvas, transporte y muchas cosas más que valen la pena, nos vemos para la próxima y gracias a todos por su apoyo ATTE: Treee Skateboarding.

Gracias al municipio de Atoyac Jalisco y los patrocinadores del evento: Loaded boards, Orangatang wheels, Insekta Footware y Sector 9.

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We share the third edition of Laguna DH Race in Atoyac Jalisco, downhill skateboarding international career with the support of International Downhill Federation (IDF).

It’s a very fun and interesting track 45min from Guadalajara Jalisco, the track race begins with a very fast straight which can reach about 85km / h meeting at the end of it with a curve almost 90 °, on dates past this curve all riders did slide in order to have a good line at lower speeds, this year became a track slides zeros, ie the slide that previously was done in the first corner this time the riders struggled to get the best lines in the corners and save the slide to go faster, we do not imagine how you will place the following year.

Apart from the first curve it is the most interesting, followers 6 more curves that make this track is very funny, brokers Brazil, Canada, Costa Rica, USA and of course riders from all over Mexico, had several categories such as: Luge, Amateur , Junior and Open.

After the race you can not miss the boxing match and after the party, and on Sunday everyone could enjoy again the track without stress career and regardless of the wakeful of an earlier day, the joke of these events is to skate like never you’ll be able to do on the open road with curves safety, transport and much more worthwhile, we are for the next and thank everyone for their support ATTE: Treee Skateboarding.

Thanks to the municipality of Atoyac Jalisco and sponsors of the event: Loaded boards, Orangatang wheels, Insekta Footware and Sector 9.

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Les Robertson

Born in Vancouver, Les has been backpacking and adventuring around the globe most of his life. Skateboarding made it easier to get around, eventually leading to a long trek skate adventure across Kenya. With a new appreciation for skateboards and some good connections, Les dropped everything to make skateboarding his life and, as they say, it's all been downhill since. Now Editor at Skate[Slate] and one of the owners of Flatspot Longboards, Les spends the rest of his time raising his first kid, plugged into the skate-web, and skating with Coast Longboarding.

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