It will be a visual feast for wakeboarding fans as the Monster Rail Rodeo sets the scene for some scintillating all-day entertainment and water mayhem. This wakeboarding event combines the usual flat water stunts with some tricky floating water obstacles, such as sliders, kickers and rails, which the riders must negotiate.
The Big Air Kayak Freestyle show promises to impress and entertain as kayakers fearlessly carry out some hectic tricks as they launch themselves and their kayaks off the Big Air ramp before landing on the water. Smell the rubber burning at the Trials Bike show as Brian Capper, ten-time South African Supermoto National Champion, demonstrates why he is a pioneer of the sport and one of the most talented two-wheel experts in the world.
FMX followers will have the opportunity to watch top South African riders take part in the SA FMX Nationals
. See the likes of Alastair Sayer and Nic de Wit battle it out in a bid to lay claim to this prestigious and coveted title. The pace will then pick up with the Kinetic Adventure 25km race, which consists of trail running, off-road cycling, paddling and an obstacle course, and the DINFest
Dash, a 5-7km trail sprint through the farmlands of Base 3. Both events are sure to test the physical and mental capacity and teamwork of participants.
For the golfers, Michael Scholz, the entertaining golf freestyle expert, will be performing some impressive tricks as well as some hilarious impersonations of some of the world’s top professional golfers. Scholz is a member of the Sunshine Tour and has competed extensively on the European and Asian Tours and the European Challenge Tours.
Not to be missed are the skateboarding and BMX demonstrations on the Vert Jam, which will see some mind-blowing tricks being performed.
Tickets cost R50 for adults and children under the age of 10 are free. Gates open at 8:00 and close at 21:00. Tickets can be purchased through Computicket and its outlets. For more information or a detailed programme on the day's events, visit www.doitnow.co.za
. Please note that no food or beverages may be brought on to the property, but visitors are welcome to bring a picnic blanket, chairs and an umbrella in - and don't forget your sun cream.