Islamabad Wasn't Asleep At 9pm This Weekend And That's A Surprise

By MangoBaaz Studio | 29 Oct, 2018

Remember when we talked about the biggest stunt show coming to Lahore and how excited we were to see all the dare-devils? Well, this time, they travelled all the way to Islamabad to make sure y’all not getting into your beds at 9pm. KIDDING.

 

There was adrenaline

 

And when we say adrenaline, we mean ADRENALINE

 

Some backflips 

Source: Mountain Dew

Some railroading 

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Mountain Dew even flew in international FMX riders

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South African athlete Dallan Goodman, long time stunt man and adrenaline junkie, Nick Di Witt, Fregric Frog Bergern (aka Froggy) all the way from Sweden and Super Biker Didi Bizzaro, to name a few.

 

And how can we forget an electric performance by Josh the Band

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EDM rockstars SomeWhat Super also made sure the crowd was in a mood ~

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The event in Islamabad attracted celebrities and adrenaline junkies like never before.

An effort to engage with extreme sports enthusiasts, be relevant to the huge biker culture in Pakistan and of course ignite the passion of the beverage fans, Mountain Dew hosted the biggest action event in the country bringing together internationally known athletes specializing in FMX bikes and heavy bikes to tour Pakistan and this time they ended up in Islamabad.

Here’s to hoping Pakistan keeps hosting events like these to further biking culture and give us crazy entertainment in the future.


This post has been sponsored by Mountain Dew.

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