Freestyle Now set to ‘roll out the rad’
Crowds at the Brunswick Show will once again be thrilled and wowed by the almost limitless BMX talent that is Freestyle Now.
Freestyle Now is an internationally acclaimed freestyle BMX riding team founded in Perth in 1986 by friends Shaun Jarvis, Georg Molnar and Brad Dyer.
The team is no stranger to the show, with various past and present members performing at the State’s biggest agricultural show on and off for more than 20 years.
“Show-goers can expect us to roll out the rad,” co-founder Mr Jarvis said. “We’re going to bring it hard, send it large, bring it long and strong.”
The team will be performing six 10-minute shows on Saturday, spread evenly throughout the day, resulting in 60 minutes total riding time.
Riders will be performing a range of dizzying and dazzling tricks including front flips, backflips, bike flips, all manner of 360s, manuals, big air stunts and much more.
“To make a really good show, first you need Freestyle Now to be rad, which is easy because we know we are,” Mr Jarvis said.
“Second ingredient is a venue that can accommodate our set-up, which Brunswick has, so it’s not a problem.
“Third ingredient is a good crowd — a large crowd, a good number of people and we know that the show draws that amount of people.
“Fourth and final ingredient, also the most important, is crowd participation.
“We can be performing in front of 1000 people, but if no-one is clapping, cheering, screaming out, it’s like we’re performing in front of three people.”
The riders from Freestyle Now are ready to entertain Brunswick Show-goers.