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Freestyle Now Ignites Action Sports Enthusiasm at Honeywood Primary School Coaching Session

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Freestyle Now recently had the incredible opportunity to engage with the vibrant students of Honeywood Primary School, providing an action-packed day of skateboard, scooter, BMX, and rollerskate coaching sessions. The event aimed to empower students through confidence building, encouragement, and the thrill of learning something new while having an absolute blast! Our professional coaches were on hand to inspire and guide the participants, helping them step out of their comfort zones and explore the exciting world of action sports. With a focus on safety, our coaches taught valuable lessons about the importance of protective gear and practicing responsible riding. The event was a perfect blend of fun and learning, as students embraced new skills and discovered hidden talents. From mastering their first tricks to conquering challenging maneuvers, every moment was filled with achievement and a sense of accomplishment. But it wasn’t just about the physical skills – the coaching sessions also aimed to instill important life lessons. Through action sports, students learned about determination, perseverance, and the value of pushing their limits. The atmosphere was electric with positivity, as participants encouraged one another and celebrated each triumph.

Freestyle Now facilitators engaged with the students at Honeywood primary School showing them how to build skills, gain confidence work through problems and work together. Action sports teaches many life skills from just being involved.

At Freestyle Now, our mission goes beyond teaching tricks; we strive to create an environment that nurtures personal growth and development. We are proud to have been a part of Honeywood Primary School’s journey in fostering confidence, courage, and a zest for trying new things. We extend our heartfelt gratitude to Honeywood Primary School for welcoming us into their community and embracing the joy of action sports. Our commitment to promoting confidence, safety, and fun aligns perfectly with the values of Honeywood Primary School, and we look forward to future opportunities to continue this exciting partnership.

Freestyle Now remains dedicated to empowering individuals of all ages through action sports, helping them reach new heights and discover the exhilaration of pushing boundaries, Join us in celebrating the fantastic experience we had at Honeywood Primary School, where confidence soared, new skills were mastered, and the thrill of action sports was felt by all. 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. If you would like Freestyle Now to attend your school please contact us directly.

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Unforgettable BMX Stunt Show at Flamefest in Port Adelaide

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Freestyle Now, Australia’s leading BMX stunt show team, set Port Adelaide ablaze with our mind-blowing BMX stunt show performances at Flamefest. The two-day event witnessed the awe-inspiring displays of BMX prowess from none other than their elite riders, including the phenomenal Shaun Jarvis, the dynamic Luke Tooze, Columbian BMX sensation Robin Meza, and the legendary Andrew Ahumada. As well as Freestyle Now’s awesome BMX riders, Flamefest put on a fire show drawing the crowd to witness fire breathers and performers. These fire performers played a jaw-dropping part in the stunt show as they performed fire tricks while riders flipped and jumped over them and the fire with no fear. The Flamefest event provided the ultimate canvas for Freestyle Now’s BMX stunt show, capturing the spirit of action sports entertainment. Spectators gathered to witness a spectacle that combined high-flying stunts, technical expertise, and captivating showmanship. Even when things stated to get damp from some rain the Freestyle Now show riders changed up the show to accommodate the wet conditions, nothing can stop the radness.

Robin Meza has the best super indi seat grabs, the crowds went super load on this one.

Shaun Jarvis, renowned for his precision and style, took the audience’s breath away with his flawless execution of jaw-dropping tricks and sensational mic skills, hyping up the crowd. Luke Tooze brought his own dynamic flair to the stage, showcasing his radical skills with gravity-defying moves. Colombian BMX rider Robin Meza contributed a unique style to the show, while BMX legend Andrew Ahumada demonstrated his unmatched expertise and fearless riding.

Flamefest was a stage where Freestyle Now’s BMX riders shone, captivating the crowd with their incredible performances. The energy and excitement were palpable as each rider pushed their limits and wowed the audience with their daring feats. The crowd were perplexed by the backflips and 360 spins and the crowd were left in awe after witnessing the grand finale of Freestyle Now riders jumping and flipping over fire breathers! Freestyle Now is thrilled to have been a part of Flamefest, bringing their electrifying BMX stunt show to Port Adelaide and inspiring audiences of all ages. The event showcased their commitment to promoting action sports and showcasing the exceptional talent of Freestyle Now riders. We extend our heartfelt gratitude to the organizers of Flamefest for inviting Freestyle Now to participate in this extraordinary event. Their dedication to providing top-tier entertainment for the community is truly commendable.

Clockwise from top left – Luke Tooze captured mid 360 tailwip – Andrew Ahumada letting go but holding on – Robin Meza and the large crowd under lights – No hander backflip from Andrew Ahumada – More photos can be found on our Facebook page here

If you missed the Freestyle Now BMX stunt show at Flamefest, you missed an unforgettable display of skill and excitement. But fear not, as you can catch us at upcoming events across Australia. Stay updated on our event schedule by visiting our coming event page. Whether you’re an action sports enthusiast, an event organizer, or a school looking to engage and inspire your students, Freestyle Now is your go-to for mesmerizing BMX stunt shows. Our performances blend high-energy entertainment with exceptional athleticism, captivating audiences of all ages.

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. To look over the history of the stunt shows Freestyle Now has undertaken check out our past stunt shows page for a full 36 year list. We look forward to bringing our high-octane BMX stunt shows to your next event.

 

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Freestyle Now BMX Stunt Show Shines Through Rain at St Kilda FlameFest in Victoria

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Freestyle Now, Australia’s leading BMX stunt show, brought a torrent of excitement to the St Kilda Flamefest in Victoria. The two-day event was ignited by the breathtaking performances from our professional BMX stunt riders. Leading the squad at flamefest was the remarkable Shaun Jarvis, known for his precision and style but also brought his incredible mic skills to the show and hyped up the crowd. Shaun knows how to get the crowd hyped which was proven once again at flamefest. Victorian state BMX freestyle champion Cooper Willson’s went super high and showed his exceptional riding skills, earning applause for his impressive feats like his massive 360’s. Adding an international flair to the show it was great to have Colombian BMX rider Robin Meza with his dynamic riding style and massive Indian airs. Robin also has claimed the record for 6 bar spins over the jump, in the wet, 3 onto the top of the ramp, 1 on top of the ramp and 2 dropping into the landing. Incredible skill. BMX legend Andrew Ahumada rounded out the list of performers displaying his unmatched expertise and fearless riding.

Robin Meza showcasing a massive Indian air during the Friday night performance, before the rain came for the Saturday night shows.

As well as Freestyle Now’s awesome BMX riders, Flamefest also hosted some great fire shows and fire cannons drawing the crowd to witness fire breathers and performers. These fire performers played a jaw-dropping part in the stunt show as they performed fire tricks while riders flipped and jumped over them and the fire with no fear. The St Kilda Flamefest, despite the challenging weather, provided the perfect canvas for Freestyle Now’s BMX stunt show. Even as the rain fell, spectators gathered to witness the spectacle. The combination of high-flying maneuvers, technical skill, and unwavering determination created a performance that captured the spirit of resilience and determination. The crowd’s engagement with the show was sensational as the louder the crowd got, the bigger the tricks were. 

 

The BMX stunt show was a testament to the passion and dedication that Freestyle Now offers. When it started to rain and the ground got soaked it didn’t stop the show! Larger tricks were limited but Freestyle Now still delivered a fantastic performance proving no matter the conditions, Freestyle Now BMX riders will always give it their all and adapt to the conditions to deliver a great show. Freestyle Now is honored to have participated in the St Kilda Flamefest, demonstrating the power of action sports to thrive in adverse conditions. Our commitment to promoting action sports and showcasing the incredible talent of our riders was on full display, rain or shine.

We extend our heartfelt thanks to the organizers of the St Kilda Flamefest for inviting Freestyle Now to be a part of this exceptional event. Their dedication to providing top-tier entertainment for the community is truly commendable. If you missed the Freestyle Now BMX stunt show at the St Kilda Flamefest, you missed an extraordinary display of skill and determination. But don’t worry, you can catch us at upcoming events across Australia. Keep an eye on our coming events page for updates on our event schedule.

Clockwise from top left – Cooper Wilson sent a massive backflip over one of Flamefest’s fire performers. – Andrew Ahumada getting some air with a suicide no hander. – Robin Meza did not let the rain stop him as he performed a tail whip into the wet ramp. – Andrew Ahumada lastly with a sick 360 tail whip. – More photos can be found on our Facebook 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. To look over the history of the stunt shows Freestyle Now has undertaken check out our past stunt shows page for a full 36 year list. We look forward to bringing our high-octane BMX stunt shows to your next event.

Whether you’re an action sports enthusiast, an event organizer, or a school seeking to engage and inspire your students, Freestyle Now is your go-to for unforgettable BMX stunt shows. Our performances combine high-energy entertainment with exceptional athleticism, captivating audiences of all ages, rain or shine.

 

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Freestyle Now Inspires students at Tasmanian schools with BMX and Scooter Presentations

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“If we can do tricks on bikes and scooters then anything you set your mind to achieve, you can do”

Freestyle Now has recently wrapped up an inspiring series of BMX and scooter presentations at several Tasmanian schools, leaving students in awe and motivated to pursue their passions. The team visited Strahan, Queenstown, Zeehan, and Rosebury, where they brought excitement and important life lessons to the young audience. The school presentations, led by the talented riders Shaun Jarvis, Matt Cerovolo, and Cooper Wilson, focused on key themes of resilience, perseverance, dedication, motivation, and inspiration. With gripping personal stories and spectacular freestyle skills on display, the riders connected with students on a profound level. During the engaging sessions, the riders shared their own experiences of facing challenges and setbacks, emphasizing the importance of resilience and the drive to never give up on their dreams. By demonstrating the power of perseverance and dedication, the Freestyle Now team instilled a sense of empowerment in the young minds, encouraging them to overcome obstacles and stay committed to their goals. The motivational presentations also shed light on the importance of finding passion and motivation in life. Shaun, Matt, and Cooper passionately spoke about how their love for BMX and scootering has been a driving force in their achievements, showcasing how having something they truly care about can lead to incredible accomplishments.

In addition to the school presentations, Freestyle Now hosted an electrifying skatepark jam at Rosebury skatepark, which brought together BMX and scooter enthusiasts from the region. The event showcased the incredible talents of the riders and allowed students to witness firsthand the results of resilience, perseverance, dedication, motivation, and inspiration in action. 

 

Shaun Jarvis had this to say about the journey “We had an amazing time sharing our passion with the students at Strahan, Mountain Heights (Queenstown), Zeehan, and Rosbury schools. It’s always rewarding to see the impact our stories and tricks have on young minds. We hope to inspire them to never stop pursuing their dreams and to find motivation in whatever they are passionate about. If we can do tricks on bikes and scooters then anything you set your mind to achieve, you can do”

The entire Freestyle Now team was thrilled with the positive response they received from the schools and communities. The tour’s impact on the students and their outlook on life was evident, as they left the presentations with newfound determination and excitement for their future endeavors. Freestyle Now expresses gratitude to the schools and the Tasmanian communities for their warm welcome and support. We also need to give big thanks to Rosebery Neighbourhood House for making it all happen. The team looks forward to returning in the future to continue inspiring young hearts and minds with the power of resilience, perseverance, dedication, motivation, and inspiration. 

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. To look over the history of the stunt shows Freestyle Now has undertaken check out our past stunt shows page for a full 36 year list.  If you would like Freestyle Now to attend your school please contact us directly.

Clockwise from top left – getting the students to ask questions is very important for them, asking questions is all about learning. –  The students were thrilled to have Cooper jump over Mr Dean at the Zeehan primary school. It was a wet day so we did the presentation inside the small school hall. – Matt Cerovolo answering the question about tricks and showing how the trick looks moving them in slow motion. – Shaun showing his balance skills. Anything is possible if you put in the time to achieve your goals. More photos can be found on our Facebook page here.
 

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Freestyle Now BMX Stunt Show Thrills at OMG Fringe Festival in Kwinana

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Freestyle Now, Australia’s premier BMX stunt show team, delivered an electrifying performance at the OMG Fringe Festival in Kwinana, leaving the crowd on the edge of their seats. The action-packed event showcased the best of action sports entertainment, featuring an all-star lineup of BMX riders, including Freestyle Now squad members Shaun Jarvis, Luke Tooze, Taj Hamilton, and young Albie Livesley, alongside guest rider Sam Grace. The OMG Fringe Festival provided the perfect setting for Freestyle Now’s BMX stunt show, with its lively and vibrant atmosphere. Spectators were treated to an adrenaline-pumping experience as the riders took to the ramps and executed mind-blowing tricks and jaw-dropping stunts.

Luke Tooze heads upside down over Shaun Jarvis to some loud cheers from the amazing crowd.

Shaun Jarvis, renowned for his precision and style, led the charge with his flawless execution of complex maneuvers. Luke Tooze showcased his technical prowess and creative flair, capturing the attention of the audience with his daring stunts. Taj Hamilton’s smooth riding style and flair added an artistic touch to the show, while young Albie Livesley impressed with his incredible skills at such a young age. Guest rider Sam Grace brought his fearless riding and big-air tricks to the stage, further elevating the excitement of the event. The combination of high-flying stunts, technical prowess, and showmanship by Freestyle Now’s BMX riders kept the audience engaged and entertained throughout the show. Cheers and applause filled the air as each rider pushed the limits of what’s possible on a BMX bike. Freestyle Now is proud to have been a part of the OMG Fringe Festival, engaging and inspiring the audience with our thrilling BMX stunt show. The event provided an opportunity for us to promote action sports and showcase the talent and passion of our riders. We extend our heartfelt thanks to the organizers of the OMG Fringe Festival for inviting Freestyle Now to be a part of this incredible event. Their commitment to providing top-notch entertainment to the community is truly commendable. If you missed the Freestyle Now BMX stunt show at the OMG Fringe Festival, you missed an extraordinary display of talent and excitement. But don’t worry, you can catch us at upcoming events across Australia. Stay updated on our event schedule by visiting our website. Whether you’re a fan of action sports, an event organizer, or a school looking to inspire and engage your students, Freestyle Now is here to deliver an unforgettable BMX stunt show experience. 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. To look over the history of the stunt shows Freestyle Now has undertaken check out our past stunt shows page for a full 36 year list. We look forward to bringing our high-octane BMX stunt shows to your next event.

Clockwise from top left – Everyone loves two backflips especially when Sam and Luke perform them side by side. – Luke Tooze mid rotation of a 360 tail whip. – 10 year old Albile Livesley showing some amazing skill for his age. – Sam Grace has some radical skills and this cliff hanger backflip shows that. – More photos can be found on our Facebook page here.

 
 

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Shaun Jarvis Melbourne and Adelaide Skatepark Sessions

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We’re excited to share the latest adventures of Freestyle Now co-founder and CEO, Shaun Jarvis. Shaun recently embarked on an exciting journey to Melbourne and Adelaide for Freestyle Now BMX stunt shows. In between show locations and while traveling, Shaun made the most of his time by exploring some epic skateparks. The resulting video showcases the essence of each skatepark and the exhilarating thrill of BMX riding. Shaun’s passion for the sport and his infectious enthusiasm for pushing his boundaries on two wheels shine through every frame. It’s an epic display of body, bike, and skatepark interaction. At Freestyle Now, we continue to push the limits of BMX and spread the stoke of action sports. With Shaun Jarvis as our fearless leader, inspiring us all with his boundless enthusiasm and love for freestyle riding, we are all driven to push our boundaries and be the best we can be. Shaun’s journey from Melbourne to Adelaide and beyond is a testament to the vibrant spirit of Freestyle Now. Join us as we continue to push our own boundaries and keep the stoke alive. Let’s all roll out the rad into the future together, embracing the passion that fuels us all.

 
 

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Freestyle Now Wows Crowds with BMX Stunt Shows at the Australian Formula One in Melbourne

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Freestyle Now, Australia’s premier BMX stunt show team, delivered heart-stopping BMX stunt shows that captivated audiences at the esteemed Australian Formula One event in Melbourne. With an exceptional lineup of riders, including Shaun Jarvis, Andrew Ahumada, Sam Grace, and Cooper Wilson, Freestyle Now showcased the pinnacle of action sports entertainment, leaving spectators in awe.

Andrew Ahumada with a picture perfect superman backflip to some of the biggest cheers from the crowds

As the engines roared and the atmosphere buzzed with excitement, Freestyle Now riders took to the ramps and showcased their exceptional skills, executing mind-boggling stunts and jaw-dropping tricks. The high-flying BMX performances captivated the audience, providing an adrenaline rush and an unforgettable experience. Shaun Jarvis, renowned for his precision and style, led the charge, mesmerizing onlookers with his flawless execution of complex maneuvers. Andrew Ahumada, a crowd favorite, brought his own unique flair and technical prowess to the stage, wowing spectators with his daring stunts. Sam Grace’s smooth style and creativity added a touch of artistic brilliance to the show, while Cooper Wilson’s fearless riding and big-air tricks left the crowd on the edge of their seats.

The Australian Formula One event provided the perfect backdrop for Freestyle Now’s BMX stunt shows, with its high-energy atmosphere and world-class entertainment. Over the four days spectators were treated to a thrilling spectacle that combined athleticism, skill, and showmanship, showcasing the pinnacle of action sports performance. The weather conditions were not always the best with grey skies, rain, wind and perfect sunshine all taking place over the four days. Freestyle Now performed five shows a day to some great crowds. Freestyle Now is incredibly grateful for the opportunity to be part of such an iconic event. Our team’s dedication and years of experience in promoting action sports were on full display, inspiring and captivating audiences of all ages. We extend our gratitude to the organizers of the Australian Formula One for inviting Freestyle Now to be a part of this prestigious event. Their commitment to providing a diverse range of entertainment for attendees is truly commendable.

Freestyle Now bringing nothing but jam pack action during the BMX stunt show with a double flip routine from Sam Grace and Cooper Wilson.

If you missed the Freestyle Now BMX stunt shows at the Australian Formula One, you missed an extraordinary display of talent and showmanship. But don’t worry, you can still catch our team at upcoming events across Australia. Make sure to visit our website and check our event schedule for the latest updates on where Freestyle Now will be performing next. Whether you’re a fan of action sports, an event organizer, or a school looking to inspire and engage your students, Freestyle Now is here to deliver an unforgettable experience. Our BMX stunt shows are a thrilling blend of entertainment and athleticism that will leave audiences of all ages on the edge of their seats. 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. To look over the history of the stunt shows Freestyle Now has undertaken check out our past stunt shows page for a full 36 year list. We look forward to bringing our high-octane BMX stunt shows to your next event.

 

Clockwise from top left – Grey skies, Melbourne, crowds and Andrew Ahumada in a 360 lookback. – Double routine from Sam Grace and Shaun Jarvis. – Cooper Wilson letting a double whip go with Melbourne in the background. – Is it dangerous stunts performed safely or safe stunts performed dangerously? – More photos can be found on our Facebook page here.

 

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Community Engagement with BMX and Mountain Bike pop up airbag Coaching Sessions

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Coaching participants get to see what is possible on a bike as Freestyle Now squad member Luke Tooze backflips over some of the coaching participants at the Nedlands BMX / MTB coaching session.

Freestyle Now, in collaboration with the Westcycle, Town Team Movement and the City of Nedlands recently hosted three exciting community engagement events focused on BMX and mountain bike coaching sessions. These interactive events were aimed to bring joy, smiles, and valuable learning experiences to participants while promoting outdoor activities and skill development. The community involvement in the events was exceptional, with participants of all ages coming together to engage in fun and adventure. The vibrant atmosphere was filled with laughter and excitement as participants eagerly took part in the coaching sessions facilitated by the experienced Freestyle Now coaches. The coaching sessions proved to be a fantastic opportunity to gain confidence, explore new tricks, and step out of comfort zones. Under the guidance of the skilled coaches, participants were encouraged to push their boundaries and try out new maneuvers on their BMX and mountain bikes. The pop-up airbag, along with a small ramp, provided a safe and controlled environment for participants to practice their jumping skills and master the art of getting airborne. While the focus was on fun and exploration, safety was a top priority for the coaches. Participants were educated on the importance of riding safely and were provided with valuable tips on how to prepare for different riding circumstances and areas. Freestyle Now believes in fostering a culture of responsible riding and ensuring that participants are equipped with the necessary knowledge to stay safe while pursuing their passion. Participants were beaming with pride and satisfaction as they accomplished new tricks and conquered personal challenges. The positive energy and camaraderie among the participants and coaches created an atmosphere of support and encouragement throughout the event. Freestyle Now extends its heartfelt thanks to the communities for their active involvement and support in making this event a memorable one. Special appreciation goes to Westcycle, Town Team Movement and the City of Nedlands for their invaluable contribution and assistance in bringing these events to fruition. These community engagement events are a testament to Freestyle Now’s commitment to nurturing young talent, promoting outdoor activities, and fostering a sense of community. By providing opportunities for participants to learn new skills, gain confidence, and have fun, Freestyle Now continues to inspire the next generation of BMX and mountain bike riders. Be sure to check our coming events page for more information on future events. You can also follow Freestyle Now on Instagram and Facebook to stay updated on our latest news, upcoming events, and opportunities to get involved.

Clockwise from top left – Our experienced BMX coaches Luke and Jack break down the techniques and help out excited riders to use the ramp and airbag. Riders are given tips and tricks on getting air and keeping balance. – At the Northbridge pop-up airbag coaching session our coaches give each rider tips on what they want to achieve and are walked through the trick with coaches allowing riders to feel more prepared and safe attempting the trick along with having more confidence. – At the Joondalup airbag coaching session all skill levels were welcomed. Here Luke helped a young participant up and over the ramp to help them overcome their fear and gain their confidence. This interaction allowed the rider to feel safer with the help of our coaches. – Keen riders gained confidence at the Nedlands airbag coaching session as they got to challenge themselves when we distanced the ramp and airbag from each other. Coaches stood by the side making sure every rider was safe and had encouragement. – More photos can be found on our Facebook page.

 

 
 

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Freestyle Now’s BMX Stunt Shows Amaze Crowds at Craigieburn Festival

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Andrew Ahumada with one of the most famous bmx tricks, superman seat grab

Freestyle Now, Australia’s premier BMX stunt show team, recently took the stage by storm at the Craigieburn Festival in Victoria. The action-packed event, held in the beautiful suburb of Craigieburn, captivated audiences with an adrenaline-fueled showcase of BMX stunts and high-energy performances. The festival atmosphere was electric as Freestyle Now’s talented riders, including Shaun Jarvis, Andrew Ahumada, Cooper Wilson and Xavier Gilbee hit the ramps and displayed their mastery of two-wheeled artistry. With the iconic Craigieburn backdrop adding to the excitement, the stage was set for an unforgettable display of skill, daring, and entertainment. From heart-stopping aerial maneuvers to mind-bending tricks, the Freestyle Now team pushed the boundaries of what is possible on a BMX bike. The crowd held its collective breath as riders soared through the air, executing flawless flips, spins, and gravity-defying mid-air stunts. Every twist and turn was met with thunderous applause and cheers of awe and admiration. The interaction between the performers and the audience was electric. Freestyle Now understands that the crowd’s energy is just as important as the performance itself. The riders fed off the enthusiasm and support of the spectators, which elevated their adrenaline and encouraged them to push their skills even further, resulting in even more jaw-dropping tricks. The Craigieburn Festival provided the perfect platform for Freestyle Now to showcase their exceptional talent and entertain the masses. The team’s dedication, precision, and years of experience shone through in every heart-pounding moment. It was a testament to their unwavering commitment to promoting action sports and inspiring young riders. Freestyle Now would like to express our gratitude to the organizers of the Craigieburn Festival for inviting us to be a part of this incredible event. Their support and dedication to providing top-notch entertainment to the community are truly commendable. If you missed the Freestyle Now BMX stunt shows at the Craigieburn Festival, you missed an extraordinary display of skill and showmanship. But don’t worry, you can still catch us at upcoming events across Australia. Make sure to visit our website and check our coming events page for the latest updates on where Freestyle Now will be performing next. Whether you’re a fan of action sports, an event organizer, or a school looking to inspire and engage your students, Freestyle Now is here to deliver an unforgettable experience. Our BMX stunt shows are a thrilling blend of entertainment and athleticism that will leave audiences of all ages on the edge of their seats. For booking inquiries or to learn more about Freestyle Now, please contact us directly. We look forward to bringing our high-octane BMX stunt shows to your next event.

Clockwise from top left – Andrew Ahumada finishing off the show with a crazy backflip tailwhip. – Xavier Gilbee lets fly. – Xavier Gilbee kicking it with a no footed can can. – Shaun Jarvis holds fast while Copper Wilson gets upside down.

Clockwise from top left – Andrew Ahumada getting twisted with a classic turndown. – Cooper Wilson locked in this Xup. – Andrew letting go. – Xavier rotating upside down. – More photos can be found on our Facebook page here.

 

 
 

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Unforgettable Action and Community Spirit at Singleton Skatepark Competition – April 2023

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The Singleton skatepark buzzed with excitement as the community gathered to witness an exhilarating showcase of skill and camaraderie during a thrilling skatepark competition. Supported by the City of Rockingham, this highly anticipated event brought together skateboarders, scooter riders, rollerskaters, and BMX enthusiasts of all ages and skill levels, creating a vibrant celebration of action sports. The competition drew an incredible turnout, with families and friends converging at the skatepark to show their unwavering support. The remarkable community involvement generated an electric atmosphere, showcasing the collective passion for action sports in Singleton. One notable highlight was the increased presence of female skateboarders, who fearlessly displayed their talents and left a lasting impact. Their participation exemplified the sport’s growing inclusivity and empowerment for young females, heralding a positive shift within the skateboarding community.

Spectators were left in awe as the scooter division took center stage, mesmerizing onlookers with their breathtaking tricks. From impressive spins to jaw-dropping aerial maneuvers, these skilled riders captivated the audience, leaving an indelible impression of their talent and creativity. The competition also featured an influx of talented BMX riders, including many up-and-coming athletes who showcased their prowess on the ramps. These riders exhibited remarkable control and creativity, pushing the boundaries of their sport. Some riders even demonstrated their daring by standing on their frame and seat while riding down the stairs, demonstrating a remarkable level of skill and balance. The inclusion of roller skaters added a dynamic element to the event, particularly in a close-knit community like Singleton. The enthusiasm and determination of the younger girls on roller skates were truly inspiring, as they fearlessly attempted new tricks and pushed their limits. Notably, Chloe Pizzuto delivered an outstanding performance, wowing spectators with fantastic skating skills, including an impressive handstand seamlessly integrated into their competition run.

The sunny weather served as the perfect backdrop for an incredible day at the skatepark. The friendly faces and palpable sense of enjoyment permeated the venue, creating an atmosphere of pure excitement. The collective passion for action sports, coupled with the unwavering support of the local community, forged an unforgettable experience for all involved. Freestyle Now extends its sincere gratitude to the City of Rockingham for their generous support, enabling the Singleton skatepark competition to flourish and fostering unity within the community through the shared love of action sports. 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. 


Clockwise from top left – Maddison Brown absolutely shredded the park and took home first place in the skateboard intermediate division. – Cooper Bennet appeared in the intermediate skateboard and took 2nd place but it was BMX beginners where he took the first place. – Rory Allison getting some sweet air and winning first place in scooter intermediate. – Chloe Pizzuto with some crazy ankles skating towards first place in rollerskate opens. – More photos can be found on our Facebook page here

Singleton skatepark competition official results – 21st April 2023

Scooter beginner –  1st Michael Critchlow, 2nd Billie Ritchie, 3rd Marius Teaia-Banks, 4th Axel De Angelis, 5th Jaxon Baker, 6th Noah Ladhams, 7th Blake Holthouse, 8th Oliver Wynn, 9th Harrison Kearley, 10th Ronan Allison, 11th Zack Ballantyne 

Scooter intermediate – 1st Rory Allison, 2nd Rubin Allison, 3rd Keiran Hall

Skateboard beginner – 1st Alice Stahlhut, 2nd Abe Shaw, 3rd Gus Stahlhut, 4th Ollie Bosveld, 5th Lani Hanisch, 6th Laura Brown, 7th Amber Skinner, 8th Scarlett Harrington, 9th Oliver Brown, 10th Indie Skinner, 11th Jhett Brown 

Skateboard intermediate – 1st Madison Brown, 2nd Cooper Bennett, 3rd Sophia Stahlhut 

BMX beginner – 1st Cooper Bennett, 2nd Zack Ballantyne, 3rd Harrison Kearley, 4th Jaxon Baker, 5th Gus Stahlhut, 6th Jase Brook 

Rollerskate beginner – 1st Ivie Brook, 2nd Isla Skinner

Rollerskate open – 1st Chloe Pizzuto 
 

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