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Motocross action invades Power Balance Pavilion

By February 16, 2012

Awe-inspiring flips and tricks are sure to keep the crowd on the edge of their seats as the 2012 Freestyle Motocross series rolls into Sacramento on Feb. 24 and 25 for two nights of insane freestyle action.

The world’s most daring FMX riders will run the gauntlet to perform tricks never thought possible on a dirt bike. Back flips, Suicide Cans and Kisses of Death are just a few of the gravity-defying tricks that will be on display at each event. Each rider will throw down for 90 seconds, trying to execute as many tricks as possible — but only one can win.

The rider lineup for 2012 includes, Drake McElroy (Fernley, Nev.), Jimmie McGuire (Lawton, Okla.), Julian Dusseau (Humboldt County), Keith Sayers (Butte, Mont.), Kenny Bell (Reno, Nev.), Derek Burlew (Cliffwood Beach, NJ), Gabriel Villegas (Chile), and Nick Dunne (Redding).

In addition to the insane FMX action during the two-hour show the 5050 BMX crew and freestyle quad daredevil Cody Elkins will be on hand to amp up the show and keep the party going in between FMX runs.

Once the high-flying competition has been decided, all of the riders head to the arena concourse for an intimate autograph session that allows fans to get up close and personal with these talented athletes.

Tickets for Gold Circle seating are available for $30. General seating tickets are $20 for adults and $5 for kids. Purchase tickets at Ticketmaster.com, the Power Balance Pavilion box office or by phone at 1-800-745-3000.

Tickets for all stops of the 2012 Freestyle Motocross series can be purchased at www.fmxonline.com.

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