Chilean Streets Taken Over By Gnarly Urban Downhill Contest

Chilean Streets Taken Over By Gnarly Urban Downhill Contest


Chilean Streets Taken Over By Gnarly Urban Downhill Contest

Chile hosted one of the most epic urban downhill races called the Valparaiso Cerro Abajo. Some intense flight of stairs, sharp turns, crowded streets full of enthusiastic spectators energized the riders and got them more amped than ever to take on one of the gnarliest courses they’ve ever attempted. Just in case you were wondering, Mauricio Acuna placed first followed by Filip Polc and Cedric Garcia rounding out the podium.

Valparaíso Cerro Abajo 2012 from VCA on Vimeo.

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