Simple Session 21 will be back in Tallinn, Estonia, on August 20–21 for a summer-time festival and an all-around good time. The Simple Session series will host an exciting street-focused BMX contest in the hip new Põhjala area – an old rubber factory turned into a cultural hub will serve as a thrilling new location for the event.
A tight selection of the finest BMX riders from around the world will be invited to go head to head on a fresh Wessel-designed 650 m2 course.
BMX is all about creativity. So is Simple Session – hosting the series in a whole new venue will take the entire contest experience to another level for skaters and fans alike. The global health crisis has created obstacles and prevented us from hosting the annual wintertime event, but has, on the sunny side, prompted us to regroup and innovate the series, and we are delighted with the result.
The event celebrates the Estonian Restoration of Independence on the 20th of August, kicking off a long weekend of the best riding and Simple Session antics on and off the course. We are incredibly excited to host BMXers in the stunning Estonian summer after most athletes have experienced Estonia only in the cold winter months.
Considering the pandemic, we will be taking health and safety measures very seriously to ensure our athletes, guests, spectators, and team's safety and well-being.
This will be a boutique event with only a limited number of tickets coming on sale in May on the Simple Session's website https://session.ee.
Simple Session 21 is presented by Doritos and sponsored by Red Bull, LHV, Kunstform, New Era, Heimon Gourmet, Visit Estonia, Metsä Wood, Athlon app, VLND Burger, Estonian Ministry of Culture, Tallinn City, Telia, and Inspira channel.
Having started as just a local jam, Simple Session has become one of the world's premier BMX contests. Since day one, the goal has been to create a unique experience for the spectators and athletes alike and become the ultimate rider's event. Over the years, Simple Session has hosted most of the pro BMXers from around the world and is now proud to stand out as one of the most free-spirited BMX events out there, as well as one of the longest standing contests in the world. The series celebrated its 20th-anniversary last winter.