The Covid-19 has struck again.
And this time, it is the Paris Supercross, which was to take place at Paris-La Défense Arena (for the 4th year) on November 6 and 7, which is paying the price.
Already scheduled for December 2020, and postponed for the same reasons, this great gathering awaited by cross-country and thrill-seekers will take place in a few weeks, without details from the organizers.
“In circumstances made particularly difficult by the health crisis and its consequences on international travel, in particular from the United States, the Larivière Organization teams have moved heaven and earth to keep this edition as it is. was scheduled for these dates, the statement said. Larivière Organization regrets that these dates have become untenable and apologizes to its loyal visitors for the inconvenience caused by this change. New dates, in a few weeks, and a new format are under consideration.
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- Paris Supercross (@supercrossparis) August 5, 2019
For ticket holders, the terms of reimbursement or postponement will be communicated in a few days.
Two years ago, the event drew 35,000 spectators.
It was to take place in 2020 and then in 2021 with an exceptional track to US standards and a state-of-the-art venue.