BMX or bicycle motocross was developed in the 1960s in the USA. Inspired by motocross, young people first competed against each other in races on the small 20-inch bikes. In addition to the racing discipline, the freestyle discipline developed. The goal is to show different tricks and stunts in an individual performance. This is about turndown, tailwhip and wallride, just to name a few. Within the freestyle area there are other disciplines, such as flatland in which tricks are shown without any hurdles or ramps on a straight surface.
Breakdancing originated in the 1970s in New York and developed into a dance form for the music styles hip hop, funk and soul. Also known as b-boying/b-girling, it was primarily a form of expression for African American youths. Today breakdancing has spread all over the world and is associated with acrobatic movements and a high degree of athleticism. Thanks to its great popularity, it will be an Olympic discipline in 2020.
Our “BMX meets Breakdance” show combines these two fascinating sports and offers a modern performance that is second to none.
We are at home in the world of sports, we work in the world of sports – we live and love sports. This is our driving force and our passion, which we have been pursuing with enthusiasm for more than 15 years. And this dedication is palpable in all of our various service offerings. More than that, it becomes tangible for each and every one of our customers.
Through our wide range of different show acts and artists, we have developed a keen sense of which production best suits your brand, your products or your company. We look forward to advising you on your ideas so that we can offer an individual, customized production.