Laguna DH kick off the IDF NorAm tour

Just six days after the conclusion of the South American Continental Tour, the 2017 IDF World Tour moves on June 23 to North America with an opening race in the mountains of Atoyac, Jalisco, Mexico.

Hosted by Tree Skateboarding, led by Gerardo Moreno, the 4th annual Laguna DH will be an IDF World Qualifying Series (WQS) for the 2nd straight year. The course features a fast straightaway, high speed crash corner, and a series of repeating sweepers. With high temperatures and changing pavement conditions, you can expect lots of sliding, crashing and passing. A low entry fee, freeride day, slide jam, amateur class and focus on maximizing runs ensures high value for registrants.

Registration fee: $100 (IDF Open Category)

Includes: Racing, camping, 3 meals (1 per day), freeride, slide jam and event t-shirt
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Thursday 22 June 2017: (Only For Volunteers and Registered riders)
If you want to help set up the track and get some early runs, staff will be preparing the course from 3pm to 7pm and then skating it to ensure all the hay is placed correctly.

Friday 23 June 2017:
9:30 - Marshals meeting (First Lift leaves from campsite to the Race Track)
9:45 - Second Lift leaves the campsite
10:00 - Registration and technical inspection (bottom of the hill)
10:30 - Opening Ceremony (bottom of the hill)
11:00 - Practice runs
13:00 - Lunch Break
14:00 - Ameteur Heats until Finals and practice for IDF categories
18:00 - End of practice
Saturday 24 June 2017
10:00 - Rider Meeting
10:15 - 2 Practice runs and then Race To Qualify (2 heats)
14:00 - Lunch Break (Prepare bracket heats)
15:00 - IDF Junior, Master, Luge and Women
16:00 - IDF Open Class
20:00 - Award Ceremony and party (Campsite)

Sunday 25 June 2017
11:00 - Freeride (Solo riders inscritos / Only registered riders)
15:00 - Lunch
16:00 - Slide Jam
18:00 - End


2016 IDF Finals Recap

2015 Alex Ameen Skatehouse Media video + recap

2016 Amateur Finals raw run

2016 “Organizer’s Recap”

2016 World Champion Carlos Paxiao (Brazil) won the 1st WQS in Mexico last year. Photo: Palmera Action
Chris McBride (USA) dominated the luge race last year taking the top spot. Photo: Yassir Leon
Valeria Figueroa (Mexico) made the locals proud last year defending home turf in the Women’s division. Photo: Tree Skateboarding
Oscar Gutierrez has been the fastest local for 2 straight years. He took the title back in 2015.
Local and Treee rider Miguel Azanza ripping through a righty. Photo: Fernando Vega
A taste of the local Jalisco flavor. Photo: Fernando Vega