Stadi Summer Session

Risto from Simpel Sessions in Estonia, hit us up with info about their 2010 Summer Session. This year it’s going to be in Helsinki, Finland on the 13th of August. The course is being designed by Nate Wessel and the whole weekend sounds like it’s going to be a lot of fun! You can keep reading for more info and check out all the details at –

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Time: 13th of August 2010
Place: Narinkkatori/Kamppi, Helsinki Finland

Prepare for a good Nordic BMX this summer, as Summer Session moves to Stadi — Helsinki!

Having started out as just a local hangout, Session events have worked their way up to become one of the biggest and best contest in the World of BMX bikes.
And not because of the massive media coverage or hefty prize purse, but more for its ability of attracting the biggest names in the business,
a brand new course which never fails to impress, a laid-back vibe and the feeling of a big BMX party.

Unlike Simpel Sessions in January/February, Stadi Summer Session is an outdoor event, so there is a big hope for warm sunny weather,
breezy hang-outs in the greenery and a lot of spontaneous street riding on the great streets of Helsinki.

The course will be designed by well-known skatepark designer Nate Wessel. The event is free of charge for spectators.

For confirmed riders check here. (More riders will be added on daily basis)

For a good overview of spots and parks in Helsinki and around Finland check here.

Also on the same weekend there’s FLOW music festival which is with awesome line-up this year. So one more good reason to visit Helsinki in August!

Stadi Summer Session will take place in an exciting location in the very heart of Helsinki — on the Narinkkatori square in front of Kamppi center.
This shopping, lifestyle and travel center is packed with shops and restaurants, as well as two underground bus terminals and the main metro station of Helsinki.

Don’t miss out the Stadi Summer Session on Narinkkatori in Helsinki Finland!

One response to “Stadi Summer Session”

  1. Kerrie says:

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