News 25 Oct 2011

Motorcycle stunt daredevils set to rock Sydney Harbour at Motorcycle Show

Matt Mingay will be on hand at the Sydney Motorcycle Show to entertain fans.

Matt Mingay will be on hand at the Sydney Motorcycle Show to entertain fans.

Sydney’s iconic landmarks will line the Darling Harbour backdrop of a spectacular series of two-wheel stunt shows at the Sydney Motorcycle and Scooter Show on 25-27 November.

The open-air Action Arena at the Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre will feature up to four daily performances from Australia’s most-acclaimed freestyle motocross, stunt bike, mini bike, and trials bike riders.

The Monster Energy Kawasaki Showtime FMX team will fly high above crowds, showcasing the mix of progressive moves that makes it one of the most sought-after entertainment acts nationwide.

Backflips, whips, seat grabs and Supermans are just a few of the tricks the team will throw down in their series of unmissable shows.

Closer to the ground the best in the stunt bike business will rev crowds into a frenzy.

Harley-Davidson’s Matt Mingay and Triumph Motorcycles’ ‘Lukey Luke’ Follachio will battle to set the benchmark with a series of stoppies, wheelies and more in a display that demands precision, control and supreme skill.

The Brown’s Grafix Mini Bike crew will serve up a freestyle show like no other. A fleet of 50cc mini bikes piloted by adult riders will hit ramps in what is often a show of thrills and spills.

Jack Field and the Flair Entertainment Trials team will take the tempo down a notch to exhibit complete control of a trials motorcycle, maneuvering up and over seemingly impassable objects in a jaw-dropping display of strength and balance.

Event Manager Mark Petersen said the shows were a ‘must-see’ at the 2011 Sydney Motorcycle and Scooter Show.

“We’ve assembled the best in the business for what is shaping up to be an exciting show at this incredible venue in the heart of Sydney,” said Petersen.

“The Action Arena is always a crowd pleaser and we feel like we’ve packed it with the best lineup of talent yet with FMX, stunt, mini bikes and trials all represented at the highest level.”

These attractions feature alongside a complete range of exhibits from all of the major motorcycle manufacturers.

Tickets (available pre-purchase at or at the gate)
Adults: $20 / 
Seniors: $14
 / Children (5-15 years): $14 (Under 5 years free)
 / Family: (2 adults and 2 children) $48

Opening Hours
Friday Nov 25: 10am-8pm
 / Saturday Nov 26: 9am-6pm
 / Sunday Nov 27: 9am-5pm

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