FLIP OUT: Don’t miss the Crusty Demons when they perform at BCU Stadium.
FLIP OUT: Don’t miss the Crusty Demons when they perform at BCU Stadium.

Sinclair coming back for more

BEFORE you see Cameron Sinclair perform his famed double backflip when the Crusty Demons perform at BCU International Stadium, make sure you go to YouTube and see the time he missed the landing in Madrid in July.

A quick warning: those with a weak stomach probably shouldn’t.

On the night in question Sinclair performed only one and three-quarter backflips to land face first from a massive height resulting in a near fatal crash that left the Melbourne boy with multiple head, shoulder and internal injuries.

Following seven months of intensive rehabilitation Sinclair claims that he is ready to unleash his signature double back flip again at the Stadium when the Crusty Demons come to town on April 10.

“I have no doubt I can land the double back flip again,” Sinclair said.

“I have watched footage from Madrid over and over again – I know what went wrong. I just can’t wait to start working on them again.”

Sinclair is one of the trio of the hottest Freestyle Motocross exponents on the planet that will be bringing their amazing skills to Coffs Harbour as part of the forthcoming Beyond The Apocalypse Tour.

Joining him will be famed Californian Seth Enslow and Queenslander Kain Saul.

Enslow is renowned in Crusty Demons circles for being the long distance jump pioneer. Having realised his dream of jumping more than 300 feet back in 2008, Enslow has more feats of amazing distance in store for his legion of fans down under

Saul is the only man who has completed a back flip on a Harley-Davidson XR1200.

Tickets for the big show are on sale now and can be purchased online from TicketDirect Australia or in person at the Coffs Harbour Visitor Information Centre.



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