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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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Freestyle Now Supports Mental Health Awareness with BMX Stunt Show at Mindarie Senior College for RU OK Day

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Freestyle Now proudly joined forces with Mindarie Senior College to mark RU OK Day with an impactful BMX presentation aimed at promoting mental health awareness. Freestyle Now squad members Shaun Jarvis, Luke Tooze, and Taj Hamilton combined awesome BMX stunts with a crucial mental health message. The dynamic BMX stunt show served as a powerful platform to convey the importance of staying active in the community or engaging in positive activities. The riders, known for their prowess on the BMX, seamlessly integrated a meaningful message about belonging to productive endeavors and committing to chosen activities.

Left – Taj Hamilton rolls upside down in a full circle – Right – Luke Tooze spins and whips at the same time – More photos can be found on our Facebook page here.

Addressing the significance of mental health, the presentation emphasized the subtle signs that might go unnoticed and the importance of checking in on friends. The riders passionately shared the message that creating an open dialogue about mental health is crucial, encouraging everyone to ask and answer truthfully when someone reaches out. In leveraging the captivating nature of BMX stunts, Freestyle Now took a unique approach to breaking down mental health barriers and fostering a community of support. The performance was a testament to Freestyle Now’s commitment to using action sports as a platform for positive messages.

Our sincere thanks go to Mindarie Senior College for partnering with us on RU OK Day, allowing us to contribute to the vital conversation surrounding mental health. Freestyle Now continues to actively engage with communities, spreading positive messages through thrilling performances. Whether you’re a school, community organization, or event planner interested in combining entertainment with impactful messaging, Freestyle Now is your go-to for captivating BMX stunt shows that leave a lasting impression. Together, let’s create engaging experiences that resonate with audiences and promote positive change.

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 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 36 year list. We look forward to bringing our high-octane BMX stunt shows to your next event.

 

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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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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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York school BMX scooter and skateboard engagement session

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Freestyle Now recently hosted a BMX, scooter and skateboard incursion for students at the York Primary and High school. The school arranged the sessions with the goal of motivating and inspiring students while promoting the advantages of physical activity for both mental and physical health.

Freestyle Now squad members Shaun Jarvis, Oben McHoull, and Amos Hadad attended the day to provide coaching and guidance to students of all skill levels, from beginners to advanced riders. Freestyle Now supplied a few small ramps and a ledge, along with skateboards, scooters and bikes.  The squad members showed off an array of BMX stunts, skateboard tricks, and scooter moves, motivating the students to attempt them themselves. The engagement sessions were a huge success, with students expressing their enthusiasm and excitement for the sports. Some students even showed potential for becoming skilled riders in the future. Freestyle Now squad member Shaun Jarvis had this to say to the students “We do this not because it is easy, but because it is hard. We fail over and over again, until we succeed. When you learn something new, it is yours, you own it!” Emily Hughes from the Department of Education said “Thank you for coming out, the kids absolutely loved it! We hope to be able to get you back out in the future.” The event was an excellent opportunity for students to explore their interests and gain new abilities. Similar activities can have a positive impact on student engagement and motivation.

Freestyle Now is well-known for promoting action sports and inspiring young riders to follow their dreams. Our participation in the York School engagement sessions showcased our dedication to the cause. Visit our website to learn more about booking a school presentation or engagement session for your school or event. With our passion and expertise in action sports, your audience can expect an unforgettable experience that will inspire and motivate them.

Clockwise from top left – Amos ollies onto the ledge. – Freestyle Now supplied some small ramps and this student made good use of them. – Hands up in the air, how long can we balance, balance is key. – Shaun helping build confidence. It can be scary riding over the ramps and everyone has a different level of fear.

 

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Mount Lawley Primary school presentation – riding to school is important

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Riding to school is important for your physical and mental health.

Freestyle Now squad members Kareece Furneyvall and Shaun Jarvis recently attended Mount Lawley Primary School for a BMX and scooter school presentation. The presentation focused on the importance of riding to school, being active, and wearing your helmet.

Kareece and Shaun are both experienced riders, and they shared their passion for BMX and scootering with the students. They talked about the benefits of riding to school, including the exercise and fresh air that students can get by riding instead of being driven. They also stressed the importance of wearing a helmet to stay safe while riding.

The presentation was a hit with the students, who were excited to see Kareece and Shaun perform some BMX and scooter tricks in the small assembly area. The duo demonstrated some impressive moves, which had the students cheering and clapping.

The message of the presentation was clear: riding to school is a fun and healthy way to start the day, but it’s important to do it safely. Kareece and Shaun emphasized the importance of wearing a helmet, and they encouraged the students to make sure that they have the right gear before they hit the road.

The Mount Lawley Primary School presentation was just one of many that Freestyle Now has conducted over the years. Freestyle Now is committed to promoting the benefits of BMX and scootering, and they work hard to encourage young people to get involved in these fun and exciting sports.

Overall, the BMX and scooter school presentation at Mount Lawley Primary School was a great success. The students had a blast watching Kareece and Shaun perform, and they learned some valuable lessons about staying safe while riding. If you’re a student, parent or teacher and you would like Freestyle Now to visit your school please get in contact.

 

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Freestyle Now BMX stunt shows – Carine High School presentation

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Freestyle Now attended the Carine Senior High School for a full day of motivational presentations. The presentations focused on resilience, something all BMX riders will know. Achieving goals is challenging, you have to be focused. There are many hurdles and barriers that can slow you down from achieving your goals, be it with BMX tricks or just in life achievements. You need to know how to jump over the hurdles and push through the barriers. Throughout the course of the day Freestyle Now squad members Shaun Jarvis, Luke Tooze and Josh Garwood not only did some BMX stunt riding but also spoke of their personal barriers they had to overcome with injuries to keep on achieving their goal. Determination is what is required to achieve and each person has a different level of determination, but it’s their determination and they own it. Each person tackles achieving goals differently, and it’s how to go about pushing yourself to reach them goals that creates your resilience. All of these things BMX teaches you.

Left – Shaun Jarvis balances a Nourie Handstand – Right Luke Tooze backflips over Shaun. More photos can be found on our Facebook page here.

Make sure you check out our coming events page to see where the next Freestyle Now bmx stunt shows will be going down. If you would like this type of great entertainment at your next event please get in contact with Freestyle Now with your requirements. A full list of all the stunt shows that Freestyle Now has done over the past 35 years can be found on our past stunt show page.
 

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Tackling mental health with BMX – Freestyle Now RU OK day at Mindarie Collage

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Freestyle Now attended the Mindarie Collage for a school assembly presentation as part of R U OK day. Freestyle Now squad members Shaun Jarvis, Josh Garwood and Luke Tooze were at the school to roll out the rad.. The presentations main focus was to talk about mental health. Due to the rain on the day the set up took place in the undercover area. Just before the lunch break the secondary school students got a chance to come and watch the BMX show. The BMX riders performed some great BMX stunts and tricks that the students were super hyped with. In the middle of the presentation Freestyle Now squad member Shaun Jarvis took to the microphone to talk about the importance of speaking and listening about mental health. It is important to speak about how you are feeling but it is also just as important to listen when someone is not feeling mentally well. When your friend or family member talks to you about how they are feeling it does not always mean you need to fix their problems. Sometimes just speaking to someone who is listening helps. Please remember to ask people R U OK if you can see a change in their mannerisms. Sometimes all it takes to help someone is to ask R U OK.

 

A Freestyle Now school assembly presentation can be tailored to suite whatever message the school is currently delivering to its students. If you want Freestyle Now to come to your school for a school assembly please get in contact with Freestyle Now with your requirements. A full list of all the stunt shows that Freestyle Now has done since 1986 can be found on our past stunt show page. To see some photos from the school assembly presentation check our facebook page here.

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Mental health is important – RU Ok Day at Mindarie Collage

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Freestyle Now attended the Mindarie Collage for a school assembly presentation as part of R U OK day. Freestyle Now squad members Shaun Jarvis, Josh Garwood and Luke Tooze were at the school to roll out the rad. The presentations main focus was to give a medium to talk about mental health. Due to the rain on the day the set up took place in the undercover area. Just before the lunch break the secondary school students got a chance to come and watch the BMX show.

Clockwise from top left – Shaun Jarvis with a no handed swivel – Luke Tooze gets his 360 whip going – Josh and Luke flipping – Josh Garwood superman seat grab.

The BMX riders performed some great BMX stunts and tricks that the students were super hyped with. In the middle of the presentation Freestyle Now squad member Shaun Jarvis took to the microphone to talk about the importance of speaking and listening about mental health. It is important to speak about how you are feeling but it is also just as important to listen when someone is not feeling mentally well. When your friend or family member talks to you about how they are feeling it does not always mean you need to fix their problems. Sometimes just speaking to someone who is listening helps. Please remember to ask people R U OK if you can see a change in their mannerisms. Sometimes all it takes to help someone is to ask R U OK.

A Freestyle Now school assembly presentation can be tailored to suite whatever message the school is currently delivering to its students. If you want Freestyle Now to come to your school for a school assembly please get in contact with Freestyle Now with your requirements. A full list of all the stunt shows that Freestyle Now has done since 1986 can be found on our past stunt show page. To see some photos from the school assembly presentation check our facebook page here.

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Freestyle Now Embelton Primary School BMX presentation

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The more effort you put in the bigger the rewards

Freestyle Now attended the Embelton primary school for a school assembly presentation as part of a reading reward program they had running at the school. The day before the school assembly presentation Freestyle Now hosted a coaching session at the school for skateboard, scooter and bmx participants. In the presentation we spoke about how putting in the effort you are able to achieve the rewards and bmx riding is just one example of this. You cannot get good at bmx freestyle riding if you don’t put in the effort. The more effort the bigger the reward. Main Freestyle Now presenter Shaun Jarvis  also spoke about the act of kindness and that how being kind has its own reward, others being kind to you. Freestyle Now squad member Luke Tooze was on hand to throw down some of his radness as well as good friend Daniel Davis. The school students love it and got super excited when Principle Walker sat on top of the ramp and got jumped over.

Luke Tooze sends it over the top of the Embelton Primary school principle Mr. Walker

A Freestyle Now school assembly presentation can be tailored to suite whatever message the school is currently delivering to its students. If you want Freestyle Now to come to your school for a school assembly please get in contact with Freestyle Now with your requirements. A full list of all the stunt shows that Freestyle Now has done since 1986 can be found on our past stunt show page. To see some photos from the school assembly presentation check our facebook page here

 

 

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