Tom Robinson.

Extreme-sports event showcases freestyle riders' tricks

ABSOLUTE Kaos Tour 2017 is an adrenalin-filled, high-action, extreme-sports extravaganza for the whole family.

On offer will be some of Australia's best freestyle FMX, BMX and scooter riders coming to the Big Pineapple Events' site to throw down a huge performance, the likes of which the Sunshine Coast has never seen.

The all-ages and licensed event is on Saturday, January 14, from noon to 10pm.

Performers include Nitro Circus rider Michael "Chucky" Norris, Joel Brown, Red Bull X-fighters rider Tom Robinson riding FMX, as well as 2016 X-Games silver medallist Logan Martin, internationally acclaimed Alex Hym and Mark Albert carving it up on BMX, and Aaron Hawkins and Joel Gon Gee on scooter.

Co-organiser Joel Keily said he was absolutely stoked to be bringing such an amazing event to the region.

"It will be a fantastic way to start 2017 off on the Sunshine Coast and it's a pleasure to have such high-calibre riders on board," he said.

Absolute Kaos Tour director Ray Hunter said he was super-excited to unveil a new addition to the Absolute Kaos Tour.

"It's the largest airbag in Australia for the biggest tricks and jumps ever seen in the country," he said.

"This new airbag will enable the riders to perform double and triple backflips, front flips, double flairs, double cash rolls and even the biggest jumps ever performed on a BMX and scooters."

Apart from the sports spectacle, some great live music will be on offer from super-charged rock act Dallas Frasca, along with Buck Dean and the Green Lips plus local acts.

Limited early-bird tickets are available from or at the Big Pineapple kiosk at Woombye.

Purchase tickets at:,, and the Big Pineapple kiosk.

Prices are: general admission - family $125, adult $45, kids (under-16) $35, kids (under-6) free; VIP Extreme Experience - (includes pit lane access, autographed poster and VIP seating) adult $99 and kids $55.

Visit or the Absolute Kaos Facebook page.

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