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Monster trucks and BMX tricks at the Extreme Stunt Show in Mote Park, Maidstone

13 June 2014
by Jo Roberts

Whether you’re a fan of monster trucks, motorbikes, BMX or just general mayhem, the Extreme Stunt Show will be the place to be this weekend.

First up on the bill will be the monster truck action where the trucks Extreme and Lil’ Devil compete to prove they’re the best car crushing monsters in Europe.


Extreme Stunt Show

Extreme Stunt Show

Last year was a very busy time for these monsters. Performing at over 150 shows during the summer meant they were in need of some long overdue TLC. The Extreme workshop has been busy over the winter months making sure the trucks are ready to keep up with the tough workout the drivers are going to put them through for the crowd's entertainment. Both still pulling 1500 horsepower and car-crushing to the max, these machines are primed and ready for action.

Next up, the Extreme FMX lads will tear it up with their death-defying BMX stunts including the can-can, cliffhanger, lazy boy, kiss of death, nac-nac, and superman to name a few.

Prepare to be astounded as they show the audience how it’s done with excessive pedal power. Check out their bunny hops, barspins, 360s, tailwhips, flairs and, of course, the backflip.

The show is at Mote Park in Maidstone on Saturday, June 14, at 6pm. Tickets cost £12 for adults and £6 for children. Call 08444 771000 or visit

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