Get Ready for the 2024 Mandurah Action Sports Games!

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Since 2011, the Action Sports Games has been the pinnacle event for Western Australian action sports enthusiasts, and Mandurah sets the perfect stage with its picturesque beaches, stunning inland waterways, and an epic skatepark primed for intense competition. The 2024 Mandurah Action Sports Games are set to take place from the 15th to the 17th of March at Hall Park on the Mandurah Western Foreshore, promising an unforgettable experience for all attendees. This action-packed weekend will feature wakeboarding, freestyle motocross, and the major highlight the skatepark competition including rollerskates, inline, skateboard, scooter, and BMX, with over $5000 in prize money and rewards up for grabs. The weekend offers something for everyone passionate about extreme sports.

Competition Schedule: 

  • Friday 15th March – Rollerskate and Inline – Small bowl competition
    • Check in and warm ups – 6:30pm – 7:00pm / Competition – 7:00pm – 8:30pm
  • Saturday 16th March – Small bowl competition round 1
    • BMX – Check in and warm ups – 9:30am – 10:00am / Competition – 10:00am – 12:30pm
    • Scooter – Check in and warm ups – 12:30pm – 1:00pm / Competition – 1:00pm – 3:30pm
    • Skateboard – Check in and warm ups – 4:00pm – 4:30pm / Competition – 4:30pm – 7:30pm
  • Sunday 17th March – Big bowl competition round 2
    • Scooter – Check in and warm ups – 8:30am – 9:00am / Competition – 9:00am – 11:00am / Presentations –  11:00am
    • Skateboard – Check in and warm ups – 11:30am – 12:00pm / Competition – 12:00pm – 3:00pm / Presentations – 3:00pm – 3:30pm
    • BMX – Check in and warm ups – 4:00pm – 4:30pm / Competition – 4:30pm – 7:00pm / Presentations – 7:30pm – 8:00pm

Competition Format:

  • Rollerskates, inline – Each competitor gets 2 x 1 minute individual runs in the small bowl. Best run counts.
  • Skateboard, scooter, BMX – Each competitor gets 2 x 1 minute individual run on both days. Best run counts from both days. Both best run scores are added to get your final result and to find the Mandurah Action Sports Games champion. Any ties for 1st, 2nd or 3rd is decided by a run off.

Registration and Classes:

Competitors of all ages and skill levels are invited to participate in various classes and divisions register here

  • Rollerskate: Beginner, Open
  • Inline: Open
  • BMX: Beginners, Intermediates, Open ($800 prize money)
  • Scooter: Beginners, Intermediate, Open ($800 prize money)
  • Skateboard: Men’s and Women’s divisions in each category – 9 and under, 12 and under, 16 and under, Open Women’s ($800 prize money), Open Men’s ($800 prize money), and Masters (over 35).

Don’t Miss Out:

Mark your calendars and secure your spot at the Mandurah Action Sports Games by registering through this link. It’s guaranteed to be an epic weekend filled with non-stop action, showcasing the finest talent in Western Australia’s action sports scene. Join us and witness thrilling performances against the backdrop of Mandurah’s breathtaking scenery!

For further inquiries or details, feel free to contact us through our website or social media channels – Instagram or Facebook. Get ready for an adrenaline-fueled extravaganza at the 2024 Mandurah Action Sports Games!

 

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2023 Western Australian BMX freestyle State Championships

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Isaac Berryman came away with 1st place in the Open Class, well deserved as I’m sure you can appreciate from this huge backflip, which believe it or not was not the most impressive trick he brought to the comp. His unmatched consistency and inspiring style set him apart, and we can’t wait to see what the future holds for this incredible rider.

The 2023 Western Australian BMX Freestyle State Championships recently took center stage at the renowned Bayswater Skatepark, one of Western Australia’s premier destinations. Against the backdrop of this top-tier facility, riders from across the state converged to showcase their skills and vie for top honors in various categories.

In the BMX Under 11’s division, young riders demonstrated their burgeoning skills with impressive runs and daring maneuvers. Congratulations to Jayce Blakers for claiming the top spot, followed closely by Samuel Evans and Zack Ballantyne, who secured second and third place, respectively. The future of BMX looks bright with such talented riders leading the way. Moving on to the BMX Under 15’s category, riders unleashed their creativity and technical prowess on the course. Liam Miller emerged victorious with amazing bike control and flow that is well about his age bracket, he clinching the first-place title, with Jake Welhan and Oskar Thomas taking second and third place, respectively. Their flawless execution and innovative tricks captivated audiences and showcased the depth of talent in the youth category. In the BMX Over 15’s division, riders demonstrated their mastery of the sport, delivering high-flying airs and gravity-defying stunts. Jay Furukawa claimed the top spot, followed by Bayswater locals Tim Pearson and Gavin Penny, who secured second and third place, respectively. Their exceptional skill and dedication to their craft were evident throughout the competition. Finally, in the fiercely competitive BMX Open category, riders battled it out for supremacy on the course. Congratulations to Izac Berryman for emerging victorious and securing the first-place title. Todd Henshall, Jack Carwardine, and Kody Strong rounded out the top four, showcasing their talent and tenacity in the face of stiff competition.

Freestyle Now extends its heartfelt congratulations to all the riders who participated in the 2023 Western Australian BMX Freestyle State Championships. Your hard work, dedication, and passion for the sport have not gone unnoticed, and you have all contributed to making this event a resounding success. A special thank you to Colony BMX and Local BMX for their competition support and to all the parents who endured the sun while supporting their favorite riders. To everyone who attended, your tireless efforts and unwavering support are deeply appreciated, and you have played an integral role in the success of the championships. Here’s to another year of BMX excellence and the continued growth and development of the sport in Western Australia!

Freestyle Now looks forward to hosting more exhilarating events that continue to unite and inspire the action sports community. Be sure to check our coming events page for more information on future competitions and other events and you can also look back on all of the past competitions on the past competition page here. Stay connected with us on our Facebook and Instagram social media channels and subscribe to our YouTube channel  to stay updated on our latest news, events, and behind-the-scenes action. to stay updated on our latest news, events, and behind-the-scenes action. For booking inquiries please contact us directly for your next event.

Clockwise from top left – Todd Henshall dazzled the crowd with an epic no-hander on his way to 2nd place on the open class – Jack Carwardine threw down a radical downwhip helping to secure a 3rd place in the open class – Jay Furukawa brought the heat traveling from Geraldton in the north of the state and took home the state championship in the over 15’s – Liam Miller redefines griz airs, and wins the under 15’s division, definitely riding well above his age in skill.

Clockwise from top left – Fantastic to see Raidan Hyde representing some of the youngest in the BMX community, showcasing some big airs – Great to see Sam Evans coming away with 2nd place, sending tricks like this huge can-can – Jayce Blakers sent it hard to win the under 11’s and this backflip is proof of that and his rad abilities –  Jake Whelan has the best one footed tabletop and we could watch him do these all day, 2nd place in the under 15’s – Check out more amazing photos on our Facebook page here!

 

BMX Under 11’s – 1st  Jayce Blakers, 2nd Samuel Evans, 3rd Zack Ballantyne, 4th Ryan Capocci, 5th Ilay Godfrey, 6th Calais Blakers, 7th Raidan Hyde, 8th Duke Sach, 9th Kain Crackel          

BMX Under 15’s – 1st Liam Miller, 2nd Jake Welhan, 3rd Oskar Thomas, 4th Koutaro Furukawa, 5th Jimmy Bowden, 6th Seth Cooper, 7th Dylan Barry Walker

BMX Over 15’s Amateurs  – 1st Jay Furukawa, 2nd Tim Pearson, 3rd Gavin Penny

BMX Open – 1st Izac Berryman, 2nd Todd Henshall, 3rd Jack Carwardine, 4th Kody Strong
 

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Freestyle Now BMX Stunt Show Wows Belridge Secondary College Audience

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Freestyle Now, Australia’s premier BMX stunt show team brought the excitement of BMX stunts to Belridge Secondary College, delivering an electrifying performance that left students and staff alike on the edge of their seats. The talented lineup of riders included Freestyle Now veterans Shaun Jarvis and Luke Tooze, alongside the dynamic Sam Grace, whose fearless approach to tricks added an extra level of intensity to the show. From gravity-defying jumps to jaw-dropping maneuvers, the Freestyle Now BMX Stunt Show showcased the riders’ incredible skills and undeniable passion for BMX riding. The audience was treated to a thrilling display of talent and athleticism as Shaun Jarvis, Luke Tooze, and Sam Grace pushed the limits with their high-flying stunts and flawless execution. The Belridge Secondary College event provided the perfect platform for Freestyle Now to inspire and entertain the next generation of riders. The riders’ dedication and enthusiasm were palpable, sparking excitement and igniting a newfound interest in BMX among the students.

Freestyle Now remains committed to delivering high-energy performances and inspiring communities. Freestyle Now is Australia’s premier BMX stunt show team, committed to delivering high-energy performances and inspiring audiences. From thrilling stunt shows to engaging coaching sessions, Freestyle Now promotes active and healthy lifestyles while pushing the boundaries of BMX entertainment. Stay connected with us on our Facebook and Instagram social media channels and subscribe to our YouTube channel  to stay updated on our latest news, events, and behind-the-scenes action. For booking inquiries or to learn more about Freestyle Now’s BMX stunt shows please contact us directly. To look over the history of the stunt shows Freestyle Now has undertaken check out our past stunt shows page for a full 37 year list. We look forward to bringing our high energy BMX stunt shows to your next event. 

Clockwise from top left – Luke Tooze with a textbook backflip – Samuel Grace, gracing us with an awesome display of a cannonball – Samuel with a massive bike flip, the crowd went wild! – Luke stepped it up with a backflip whip. More photos can be found on our facebook page.

 

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DownUnderGround – The Australian BMX flatland national championships 2023 – Celebrating 15 Years of BMX Flatland Excellence

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DownUnderGround 2023 marked a milestone year for BMX flatland enthusiasts, as riders from across Australia and beyond converged for the 15th edition of this iconic competition held in Melbourne. Despite challenging weather conditions, the event proved to be one of the best yet, showcasing the resilience and passion of the BMX community. Amidst the unpredictable weather, riders found refuge in a small dry spot at the IMAX, where they showcased their skills and creativity. The confined space added an electrifying energy to the atmosphere, fueling the excitement and intensity of the competition. While some riders grappled with adapting to the limited space, others thrived, demonstrating their versatility and adaptability on the flatland. The event featured a diverse array of riding styles, highlighting the rich tapestry of talent within the BMX community. One of the standout moments of the competition was the participation of Gonzalo Bellanti, the reigning 2022 Australian BMX flatland champion, who joined the event live from Japan via video. His presence added a surreal and unforgettable dimension to the competition, showcasing the global reach and dedication to BMX flatland. The success of DownUnderGround 2023 would not have been possible without the support and dedication of everyone involved. From the riders who brought their A-game to the judges, volunteers, and supporters who ensured the smooth running of the event, each contribution was invaluable. Freestyle Now extends its gratitude to the sponsors – Colony BMX, Sneaky Wholefoods, Arctic BMX, and Penumbra BMX – for their unwavering support of this prestigious competition. Their commitment to the BMX community has helped elevate DownUnderGround to new heights year after year. To all who participated, attended, and supported DownUnderGround 2023, thank you for your passion and enthusiasm. Your efforts are greatly appreciated, and you played an integral role in making this year’s event a resounding success. Here’s to 15 years of BMX flatland excellence, and many more to come!


Haditri Bagus took the win in the expert division, but only just. There was a 1 minute run off between Haditri and Grant Cruise with Grant just missing out and taking the 2nd place

In the open division at the 2023 DUG Botay Agata was on fire, unstoppable and taking the Australian championship.

Clockwise from top left – Heru Anwari mid decade on their way to the 2nd place in the open division – Australian BMX legend Lee Kirkman rolled in the small space with ease and perfected many of his tricks on his way to 3rd in the open division –  The man the myth the legend Grant Cruise, undertaker, 2nd in the expert division – Yuki Tokui from Japan, making good use of the small spot at Imax, took the 3rd place in the expert division – More photos can be found on Facebook here.

DownUnderGround – The Australian BMX flatland national championships – official results 9th December 2023

Expert class – 1st Haditri Bagus, 2nd Grant Cruise, 3rd Yuki Tokui, 4th Shaun Jarvis, 5th Phillip Freuh, 6th Jason Parker, 7th Trent Karow, 8th Edwin 

Open Class – 1st Botay Agata, 2nd Heru Anwari, 3rd Lee Kirkman, 4th Gonzalo Bellanti, 5th Luk Man
 

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Freestyle Now BMX Stunt Show Makes a Grand Return to Osborne Park Agricultural Show

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After 18 years Freestyle Now marked its triumphant return to the Osborne Park Agricultural Show, creating a BMX stunt show spectacle that thrilled audiences and left an indelible mark on the event’s history. The Osborne Park Show hadn’t experienced the presence of Freestyle Now since 2005, and the excitement for their comeback was at an all-time high. The stellar lineup of riders included  Luke Tooze and Jack Carwardine, both bringing their unique style and skills to the forefront. Joining them were Izac Berryman, a rising star in the BMX world who was double backflipping the jump and Western Australian BMX legend Dempsey who threw down a perfect 720 for the crowd showing that he still has plenty of BMX skills to show. From gravity-defying stunts to jaw-dropping tricks, Freestyle Now’s performance at the Osborne Park Agricultural Show was a testament to their unwavering commitment to pushing the boundaries of BMX entertainment. The riders seamlessly blended their skills, captivating the audience with a dynamic mix of aerial maneuvers and technical brilliance. The return to Osborne Park after 18 years was met with overwhelming enthusiasm from both longtime fans who remembered the 2005 show and new spectators experiencing Freestyle Now’s BMX magic for the first time. The riders’ dedication and the vibrant energy of the crowd created an unforgettable atmosphere.

Clockwise from top left – Jack Carwardine risking his head and putting all the trust in Luke Tooze. – Dempsey with a massive no hander. – Izac Berryman brought some front flip action for the Osborne Park show. – Jack Carwardine super whips while the crowds are making the noise. – More photos can be found on our Facebook page here.

Freestyle Now remains committed to delivering high-energy performances and inspiring communities. Stay connected with us on our Facebook and Instagram social media channels and subscribe to our YouTube channel  to stay updated on our latest news, events, and behind-the-scenes action. For booking inquiries or to learn more about Freestyle Now’s BMX stunt shows please contact us directly. To look over the history of the stunt shows Freestyle Now has undertaken check out our past stunt shows page for a full 37 year list. We look forward to bringing our high energy BMX stunt shows to your next event. 

Freestyle Now is Australia’s premier BMX stunt show team, dedicated to delivering high-energy performances and inspiring audiences. From thrilling stunt shows to engaging coaching sessions, Freestyle Now is committed to promoting active and healthy lifestyles while pushing the boundaries of BMX entertainment.
 

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Bassendean Skatepark Competition brings the heat

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The scorching summer sun did little to deter the vibrant energy at the Bassendean skatepark competition, where riders of all ages and skill levels gathered for a sizzling showcase of skateboarding, scootering, and BMX action. Despite the soaring temperatures, the atmosphere remained electric, with every participant, from first-timers to seasoned enthusiasts, sporting smiles as wide as their impressive tricks. Skateboarders landed their tricks for the first time, and enthusiastic newcomers revealed in the thrill of entering their inaugural competition. A standout trend of the day in the BMX beginners was the seat stand, standing on the seat, a creative and crowd-captivating maneuver that showcased the BMX community’s inventiveness. The open scooter division took the crowd’s excitement to new heights with its high-energy performances, while the entire community came together to cheer on every participant, fostering an inclusive and supportive environment. Todd Hanshall, in the open BMX category, stole the show with a performance that delighted everyone in attendance. However, the standout of the day was undeniably Ian Tsuzuki Botta, who entered every division with an infectious smile, epitomizing the sheer joy and fun that action sports bring. The Bassendean Skatepark Competition was a true testament to the dedication of the riders and the vibrant community that supports them. Freestyle Now extends its appreciation to all participants, spectators, the town of Bassendean and the Bassendean youth services and everyone who contributed to making this event a success.

Freestyle Now looks forward to hosting more exhilarating events that continue to unite and inspire the action sports community. Be sure to check our coming events page for more information on future competitions and other events and you can also look back on all of the past competitions on the past competition page here. Stay connected with us on our Facebook and Instagram social media channels to stay updated on our latest news, events, and behind-the-scenes action. For booking inquiries please contact us directly for your next event.

Clockwise from top left – It’s so rad to see Freya Iburg still ripping it up on scooter. – Todd Hanshall is an awesome rider, stoked to see him ripping up and hanging at the competition with the other BMXers, scene building. – Tayah Payne is the future, keep watching. – Ian Tsuzuki Botta rolled in all three disciplines and took home lots of prizes, but scooter is his jam. – More photos can be found on our Facebook page here.

Bassendean competition official results 26th November 2023

Scooter beginner– 1st Jake Welhan, 2nd Koby Heel, 3rd Drew Hancey, 4th Calais Blakers, 5th Tommy Jackson

Scooter Intermediate – 1st CJ M, 2nd Freya Iburg, 3rd Jayce Blakers, 4th Luke Singleton, 5th Rhyder Howard, 6th Ben Measey, 7th Nathan Kollar

Scooter Open – 1st Hayden Brewer, 2nd Ian Tsuzuki Botta, 3rd Josh Atkinson

Skateboard Beginner – 1st Eva O’Driscroll, 2nd Duke, 3rd Amelia Sprout

Skateboard Intermediate – 1st Hannah Lederman, 2nd Lalita Perroni, 3rd Ian Tsuzuki Botta

Skateboard Open – 1st Matt Brazier, 2nd Mac Leivers, 3rd Amos Hadad, 4th Tayah Payne

BMX Beginners – 1st Zack Ballantyne, 2nd Jaxon Baker, 3rd Calais Blakers, 4th Ian Tsuzuki Botta, 5th Gavin Cameron Malcolm Penny

BMX Intermediate – 1st Jake Wellhan, 2nd Alec, 3rd Liam Miller, 4th Jayce Blackers, 5th Hayden Brewer, 6th Timothy

BMX Open – 1st Todd Hanshall
 

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Freestyle Now Unleashes BMX Brilliance at Cobram Agricultural Show in Country Victoria

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Freestyle Now rolled into the heart of Country Victoria at the Cobram Agricultural Show, delivering two days of electrifying BMX stunt show performances that left spectators in awe. The stellar lineup featured Freestyle Now co-founder and leader, Shaun Jarvis, a trailblazer in the BMX world known for his precision and distinctive style. Joining him were seasoned professional Andrew Ahumada, renowned for pushing the boundaries with his technical expertise, and the heavy hitter Sam Grace, whose fearless approach to tricks always steals the show. Adding an international flair to the ensemble was the Colombian giant, Robin Meza, whose precision tailwhips and bar spins left an indelible mark on the Cobram crowd. The picturesque setting of the Cobram Agricultural Show provided the perfect canvas for Freestyle Now’s BMX mastery. Shaun Jarvis, Andrew Ahumada, Sam Grace, and Robin Meza seamlessly blended their skills, showcasing a dynamic mix of gravity-defying stunts, jaw-dropping tricks, and flawless execution. The show routines were nothing short of fabulous, featuring daring maneuvers where riders soared over their colleagues and executed multiple tricks back-to-back. In some shows, it felt like a friendly competition among the riders to outdo each other with increasingly impressive tricks, creating a fun and engaging atmosphere for both the riders and the enthralled crowds. From the initial jump to the closing act, the Freestyle Now crew had the audience on the edge of their seats, orchestrating an unforgettable experience that celebrated the essence of BMX riding. The riders’ dedication and the enthusiastic response from the Cobram community underscored the success of the show.

Samual Grace is a super radical rider and know how to get the crowds making noise with super radial tricks like this double seat grab.

Clockwise from top left – Samual Grace giving the Cobram Show the flips and the whips all in one jump. – Robn Meza the Colombian Giant and the best indi seat grabs in the business. – Double no handers from Robin Meza and Shaun Jarvis. – Andrew Ahumada has nothing to do but a nothing. – More photos can be found on our Facebook page here.

 
Stay connected with us on our Facebook and Instagram social media channels and subscribe to our YouTube channel  to stay updated on our latest news, events, and behind-the-scenes action. For booking inquiries or to learn more about Freestyle Now’s BMX stunt shows please contact us directly. To look over the history of the stunt shows Freestyle Now has undertaken check out our past stunt shows page for a full 37 year list. We look forward to bringing our high energy BMX stunt shows to your next event.

Freestyle Now is Australia’s premier BMX stunt show team, dedicated to delivering high-energy performances and inspiring audiences. From thrilling stunt shows to engaging coaching sessions, Freestyle Now is committed to promoting active and healthy lifestyles while pushing the boundaries of BMX entertainment.
 

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Freestyle Now BMX Stunt Show Thrills at Shire of Murray’s Bike It for Bike Month Event

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Luke Tooze sending it via a Superman seat grab.

Freestyle Now brought the BMX excitement to South Yunderup for the Shire of Murray’s Bike It for Bike Month event, showcasing their thrilling BMX stunt show amidst bicycle-related activities. Despite challenging weather conditions, the Freestyle Now crew, led by Kim on the mic, delivered a stellar performance that left a lasting impression. Michelle from the Shire of Murray expressed her admiration for the Freestyle Now crew, describing them as “absolutely amazing” and commending their professionalism and friendliness. Kim’s engaging commentary not only highlighted the other providers present but also resonated well with both kids and parents in attendance. The turnout may have been hampered by dark clouds, sprinkling rain, and gusty winds throughout the day, but the Freestyle Now crew rose to the occasion, showcasing their skills with unwavering enthusiasm. The BMX stunts performed were truly awesome, captivating the audience and adding an adrenaline-pumping edge to the Bike It for Bike Month event.

Stay connected with us on our Facebook and Instagram social media channels and subscribe to our YouTube channel  to stay updated on our latest news, events, and behind-the-scenes action. For booking inquiries or to learn more about Freestyle Now’s BMX stunt shows please contact us directly. To look over the history of the stunt shows Freestyle Now has undertaken check out our past stunt shows page for a full 37 year list. We look forward to bringing our high energy BMX stunt shows to your next event.

Freestyle Now is Australia’s premier BMX stunt show team, dedicated to delivering high-energy performances and inspiring audiences. From thrilling stunt shows to engaging coaching sessions, Freestyle Now is committed to promoting active and healthy lifestyles while pushing the boundaries of BMX entertainment.

 

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Freestyle Now BMX Show Wows the Crowds at Gidgegannup Agricultural Show

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Freestyle Now once again took center stage at the Gidgegannup Agricultural Show, delivering a high-energy BMX stunt show that left the crowds in awe. The stellar lineup featured Freestyle Now regulars Luke Tooze, Jack Carwardine, and Taj Hamilton, joined by the Victorian rider sensation, Cooper Wilson. The riders showcased their skills with a dynamic mix of gravity-defying stunts, jaw-dropping tricks, and flawless execution. The Gidgegannup Agricultural Show proved to be the perfect backdrop for Freestyle Now’s BMX mastery, with each rider contributing to an unforgettable performance. Luke Tooze, known for his precision and style, alongside Jack Carwardine and Taj Hamilton, brought their A-game to the arena. Cooper Wilson, hailing from Victoria, added a unique flair to the show, impressing the audience with his impressive tricks and smooth riding style. The synergy between the riders and the engaged audience created an electric atmosphere, making the Gidgegannup Agricultural Show a standout event. The Freestyle Now BMX show continues to captivate audiences, showcasing the thrill and excitement of BMX riding.
Stay connected with us on our Facebook and Instagram social media channels and subscribe to our YouTube channel  to stay updated on our latest news, events, and behind-the-scenes action. For booking inquiries or to learn more about Freestyle Now’s BMX stunt shows please contact us directly. To look over the history of the stunt shows Freestyle Now has undertaken check out our past stunt shows page for a full 37 year list. We look forward to bringing our high energy BMX stunt shows to your next event. 

Left – Cooper Wilson on the second rotation of a double backflip, Right – Luke Tooze flipping and whipping at the same time.

 

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Freestyle Now’s BMX Stunt Show Extravaganza Thrills at Groundswell Festival

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Freestyle Now, Australia’s premier BMX stunt show team, elite riders Shaun JarvisLuke Tooze, Taj Hamilton, along with guest riders Sam Grace and the young prodigy Roman Depiazzi set the sky on fire at the Groundswell festival with an electrifying BMX stunt show. The riders, including Sam Grace, who clinched victory in the Groundswell BMX bowl battle the day before, brought their A-game to the Scarborough Beach venue. The shows were nothing short of super rad, with Freestyle Now delivering a breathtaking display of BMX mastery. The riders soared through the air, executing gravity-defying tricks that had the crowd on their feet. The dynamic mix of seasoned pros and rising stars created an unparalleled showcase of talent.
The Groundswell Festival, known for its vibrant atmosphere and scenic beachside venue, provided the perfect backdrop for Freestyle Now’s high-energy BMX stunt shows. The crowd interaction was off the charts, with cheers and applause ringing out as the riders pushed the limits of what’s possible on two wheels. The synergy between riders and audience created an unforgettable experience. Groundswell Festival’s reputation for great crowds and a fantastic venue proved true once again. Freestyle Now is honored to be part of this annual celebration of beach culture and extreme sports. The sandy shores and roaring waves provided the ultimate backdrop for a BMX spectacle that will be remembered for years to come.

Samual Grace has some radical skills and this indi seat grab is proof.

Clockwise from top left – Taj Hamilton has some rad no foot cancan’s. – Young Roman Depiazzi with a massive suicide no hander. – Sam Grace has some radical cliffhanger backflips. – Luke Tooze mid 360 double tail whip with a iconic Scarborough back drop. – More photos can be found on our Facebook page here.

Stay connected with us on our Facebook and Instagram social media channels and subscribe to our YouTube channel  to stay updated on our latest news, events, and behind-the-scenes action. For booking inquiries or to learn more about Freestyle Now’s BMX stunt shows please contact us directly. To look over the history of the stunt shows Freestyle Now has undertaken check out our past stunt shows page for a full 37 year list. We look forward to bringing our high energy BMX stunt shows to your next event. 

Freestyle Now is Australia’s premier BMX stunt show team, dedicated to delivering high-energy performances and inspiring audiences. From thrilling stunt shows to engaging coaching sessions, Freestyle Now is committed to promoting active and healthy lifestyles while pushing the boundaries of BMX entertainment.

 
 

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