Globber bets on Madrid Urban Sports
  • The MUS will have the support of Globber, a well-known company in the scooter world, as official sponsor of the event.   
  • Globber will have its own location within the MUS, which will allow attendees to get close to the brand and get to know it in depth.

Madrid Urban Sports 2021, which will be held from October 8 to 10 at the Madrid Río-Matadero park, will be supported by Globber, a company recognized for its innovative designs and systems in offering comfortable, safe and high quality scooters, bicycles and tricycles for all members of the family.

The pandemic affected the lives of many people and with it the celebration of events with public attendance. With the arrival of MUS 2021, Globber will offer the opportunity to enjoy the space to all attendees eager to witness one of the most important sport and urban culture events in the city. This well-known brand of scooters will have its own location, with ramps and modules for children, and anyone else who wants to play and have fun, under the name Globber Kids Park. The brand will also offer a stand selling a variety of products for all those who love urban sports.

Globber, international recognition

Globber was launched in 2014 by a team with over 20 years of scooter experience, and quickly gained international success to become a key player in the scooter market. Globber scooters for children, teens and adults are now available in more than 85 countries. In 2020 it was awarded as the most innovative scooter brand for the parent and baby category by LuxLife, a renowned luxury magazine in the UK.

Awards aside, Globber is internationally known for its innovative, fun, safe and long-lasting products for children, parents, consumers and outdoor product experts.

The best sport and urban culture event

Globber will sponsor the Madrid Urban Sports, a great event that will host the best international skateboarding, BMX, scooter, roller freestyle and breaking competitions. Big names such as Daniel Dhers, one of the first Olympic medalists in history in the BMX discipline, or Danny León and Andrea Benítez, who debuted in Tokyo as representatives of the Spanish Skateboarding team, will participate. In parallel to the sports competitions, the MUS will offer a wide cultural offer with rap and trap as protagonists of urban music.