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November 15, 2019


The first day of competitions and shows in the Motolive area of EICMA is just ended, recording, as usual, a great public success. Entertained from the early hours of the morning by the cool sketches of Radio Deejay’s Andrea and Michele and the amazing evolutions of the Freestyle riders of the Daboot team. Motolive’s afternoon ended with the spectacular buggy backflip, succeeded by the great Maurizio “Pera” Perin on the first attempt who, in front of the astonished crowd, completed the incredible trick without hands, despite the wet ramp wet by the falling rain.

Elisa Galvagno

International Woman MX Motolive Cup

Great victory for Elisa Galvagno in the motocross race reserved for women who after the second position in the first race, won the second with a splendid race, led from the first to the last lap, after winning the Tissot Hole-shot Award. Second of the race was the Dutch Lynn Valk, winner of the first moto, ahead of Galvagno and Gaia Franchi. Third on the podium, next to Galvagno and Valk, is Priska Busatto.

Podio Woman
Simone Mantronardi

International Quad MX Motolive Cup

n the Quad race reserved to the most experienced riders, Simone Mastronardi starts in front of everyone, repeating last year’s success, hitting the Tissot Hole-Award Award of the Main Event and heading for a superb victory in front of Mario Cinotti, second, while Paolo Galizi with an amazing race comeback from the last to the third position, took the third step of the podium.


Podio Quad

International Quad Young MX Motolive Cup

Umberto Caronna won the race of the youngest riders, and after being second in the first moto behind Massimiliano Moro, won the second heat, while Moro ran into an accident at the first corner that forced him to retire, thus compromising his chances of winning the cup. Simone Chiappone clinched the second step of the podium in front of Leonardo Cazzulo, second in the morning race and fifth in the afternoon race.


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