Eljay show a hit at Show Whitsunday
CROWDS at Show Whitsunday were kept entertained with the gravity-defying antics of the Eljay Freestyle Entertainment show.
Talented siblings Eljay and Morgan Driessens delighted audiences with a series of aerial stunts and tricks on their custom built motorbike and BMX bikes.
Older sibling Eljay has been working in the industry for a number of years, and his latest show with younger brother Morgan has seen them travel across the country since the team’s inception three years ago.
“We were stoked to be invited to Show Whitsunday to perform for everyone and we had some really good crowds over the weekend,” he said.
“Everyone seemed to enjoy themselves and Friday night in particular was a really good show with the crowd making plenty of noise.”
The brothers travel right across Australia to perform their show and are darting down to the Mt Larcom show just south of Rockhampton before returning to perform in a number of North Queensland shows.
The Eljay show was a major hit with show goers on both days and the boys ended their display by collecting donations for the Make a Wish foundation.
“I approached Make a Wish when I started up the Eljay show three years ago and it’s great we can use our show to help make the lives of sick kids that little bit better,” Mr Driessens said.
STUNT MASTERS: Championship rider Eljay Driessens performing a jump over brother Morgan Driessens at the Eljay Freestyle stunt show at Show Whitsunday on Friday.