Prepare for some Extreme fun at this show!

If you have a crush on extreme sports, don't miss this!
If you have a crush on extreme sports, don't miss this!

Daredevil bikers, monster trucks and a band of BMX bandits are set to crash into South Yorkshire in another bumper, death-defying show this Sunday afternoon.

The Extreme Stunt Show is coming to Sheffield’s Owlerton Stadium dog-racing track for its 2011 Evolution Tour.

And the organisers are promising you a real wrecking spree... with appearances by some monster trucks from the Famous and Fearless Arena TV show.

Among the “cast” of favourites from the garage of gigantic monstrosities come machines Extreme and Lil’ Devil.

The organisers say: “Straight from Channel 4’s Famous and Fearless Arena, from which they emerged in need of some TLC, these mega-monsters have now undergone an extreme makeover – and they are ready for some serious action.

“Powering around the arena with wreckless abandonment, you can’t help but admire the driver’s skills in manoeuvring a 2,000-plus horse-power, methanol-supercharged monstrous machine.”

Add to the fun the Extreme Motocross Freestyle Team – who will be flying through the air, showing off death-defying stunts... including big-ramp jumps and downright dangerous tricks billed as “kamikaze” and “superman”!

Resident stuntman Jumpin’ Jez – a pro BMX trials and mountian biker rider – will act as commentator to keep the audience informed and entertained.

Jez himself is no shrinking violet – he too has several extreme Guinness World Records to his name.

Also on the cast list is stunt GIRL Abby Baker!

The pretty face and slight frame are deceptive... as Abby performs death-defying car crashes, rollovers and T-bones – preparing all her cars herself and even devising her own stunts.

The show’s resident Extreme BMX Freestyle Team has followers from around the globe and is noted for pulling off stunts that are so unbelievable, many consider them physically impossible!

So, if watching extreme sport loonies drive on two wheels like Hollywood movie stuntment, crash cars and even set each other alight is what revs your engine, get yourself to Owlerton.

The organisers have only one message: “Don’t try this at home!”.

Gates open at 2pm at Owlerton, and the two-hour show kick-starts at 3pm.

Tickets are priced at £6-12, with concessions for children aged three-15 inclusive, and pensioners.

For more information and to book tickets, visit the website at: (note there is no www).

You can call the show information line on 07729 444395, or email: