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BE THERE TO WITNESS HISTORY

FMX STARS AXELL HODGES AND VICKI GOLDEN AIM TO BREAK THREE WORLD RECORDS,
INCLUDING THE LONGEST EVER MOTORCYCLE JUMP.

SUNDAY, JULY 7 | 8E/5P
SAN BERNARDINO INT AIRPORT

Last summer Travis Pastrana made history re-creating three of Evel Knievel’s most legendary stunts.

This summer, Travis will host as moto phenoms Axell Hodges and Vicki Golden attempt three more record-breaking, legendary stunts, with a higher degree of difficulty than even Travis himself would attempt.

Vicki will be the first woman to attempt to break the fire board record, riding at high speed through a series of flaming wooden boards. The current record was set in 2006.

Axell will look to break two records. First, he’ll attempt to jump over more than 24 beverage trucks to best Evel Knievel’s 1971 attempt and Robbie Knievel’s 2003 record. Then he’ll attempt to jump farther than anyone ever has on a motorcycle, a distance that was set in 2011 at 379 feet, 9 inches.

GRAB YOUR TICKETS TO THE LIVE EVENT:
SUNDAY, JULY 7
Gates at 3pm | Entertainment at 4pm
San Bernardino International Airport, San Bernardino, CA
General Admission – $25
All Ages Event – Kids 3 and Under FREE with Adult Admission

Axell Hodges grew up in Southern California, the mecca of action sports, and has spent his entire life around motorcycles. He has been pegged by many as the next big thing in the world of dirtbikes. With a background in racing motocross and supercross, he has unmatched free-riding skills. Despite only being 22, Axell has had incredible success in competitions, including tallying up six X Games medals.

Ever since she stepped onto the motocross scene, Vicki Golden has been changing the perception of women on dirtbikes. Growing up in San Diego, California, she started riding and racing motorcycles at a young age. She was the first female team member of the infamous Metal Mulisha and has won three consecutive gold medals for Women’s Moto X Racing at the X Games. In 2014, she was nominated for the Best Female Action Sports Athlete ESPY award.