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Action packed Easter Sunday stunt show

Fire, pyrotechnics and Wheelie Cool Bus

Jane Meredith

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Jane Meredith

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Scott May website/gallery pic

Lots of oooh's and sharp intakes of breath are expected on Easter Sunday (Apr 5), when a spectacular, daredevil motorcycle stunt show pulls up at Newbury Showground.

Incorporating fire and pyrotechnics, Scott May's fast moving, Daredevil Stuntshow's fearless feats are performed over a giant ramp system, jumping over motorbikes, cars.

More 'daring-do' at the the action packed show includes an off-road type buggy set to 'fly' over 20 feet in the air, and up and over vans, lorries and monster trucks.

The monster trucks include The Bandit and ThunderTrax and the Wheelie Cool Bus was last year added to the show, which is currently touring the UK.

Wheelies performed in the 15 tonne Wheelie Cool Bus take throttle and brake control skills to the limit, as the huge vehicle powers across the arena.

"We are sure that all the kids in the audience would love to ride to school on a bus like this one, once they see the incredible balance wheelie it performs," said organisers.

Get set to smell burning rubber at the show, gates open 2pm, show starts 3pm, at Newbury Showground, Priors Ct, Hermitage, RG18 9QZ.

Tickets £12 adults (aged 15 and over),  £6 children, under three's free. Tickets only available on the gate and cash only, **one hour before the show starts.

For action packed photographs from the show, pick up a copy of next Thursday's (April 9) Newbury Weekly News.

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