The FISE (Festival International des Sports Extrêmes) in Andorra will gather for three consecutive days the best international riders in BMX, inline skate, Mountain Bike, and Wakeboard. Competitions will be organized in both amateur and pro categories. This unique event is free and open to juniors and amateurs: tomorrow's champions.
The Principality of Andorra is the ideal destination to organize a FWS stop. Ideally located between France and Spain, and already the location of other prestigious international events (Cirque du Soleil, UCI Mountain Bike World Cup, ...), Andorra will once again warmly welcome a world class event with their well known sport-lover and festive values.
It's a date for the first edition this year, from June 27 to 29, for an exceptional show, with the best riders in the world, always pushing the limits of their sport and totally insane riding areas!!
Wakeboard : It's the one and only watersports of the FISE. It's actually a mix of many sports: waterski, snowboard and surf. The rider is pulled on the water by a cable system at a speed of about 40 km per hour. The FISE team will be installing a wakeboard park for the event, with a lake, a cable and features that will welcome the best riders in the world.
Roller: The roller riders will seduce you with their athletic feats and their spectacular tricks on the spine ramp, installed for the event.
BMX : Coming from the USA in the 70s, BMX, just like many otehr sports, evolved into a few disciplines: park, flat, dirt and ramp. Bringing together power, stamina and explosive tricks, this versatile discipline is one of the most spectaculats. On this stop, you will find the best spine ramp riders in the world, together for a first ever contest (and show!) in Andorra.
Mountain Bike : Mountain biking is on=e of the most spectacular disciplines of the FISE, with an always more challenging course.
In 2014, the FISE World Andorra will have the chance of being part of the FMB tour as a gold stop, which is a very prestigious stop of the tour. This competition will attract some of the best slopestyle riders in the world.
The FMB World Tour is the international Pro Mountain Bike tour in the Freestyle discipline. The tour includes events all around the world
Getting to Andorra
Many international airports are located within 200 km of Andorra; take a look at their location on the map. You can then take a look in the appropriate section for the bus lines that will bring you to Andorra and the best route by car.
Andorra is easily accessible by car from Spain and France. Take a look at online tools like Via Michelin - Mappy - to find the best route to get to Andorra from where you are. Remember that there is an efficient public transportation system into Andorra.
From Andorra, you can aaccess the Spanish (RENFE) and French (SNCF) train lines. Look on www.mobilitat.ad or find the closest train station as well as the bus lines between it and Andorra. Renting a car is also a possibility.
Many Spanish, French and Portuguese countries offer daily bus trips to Andorra. Find out more about the companies, schedules and prices on www.mobilitat.ad
Getting to Andorra from Toulouse:
SHUTTLE + TRAIN
Shuttle (from the airport) to get downtown:
Trains (from downtown - Matabiau train station) to get to Andorra l'Hospitalet
06:45 / 08:45 / 10:45 / 14:45 / 16:45 / 18:45
Shuttle (from Andorra l’Hospitalet – SNCF train station) to get to Andorra la Vella www.montmantell.com
07:45 / 19:45
Bus (leaving from Matabiau train station and Toulouse airport) to go to Andorra la Vella
Leaving the train station at
10:30 / 19:30
Leaving the airport at
11:00 / 20:00