Meet The Kids of Our Shows… A Truly Unique Experience
Meet the kids of our shows right at your own meeting space, including little 10 year old Reed Bleymeyer and his younger brother 7 year old Zander. Reed has over 1,000,000 views on YouTube and loves to share his story.
Perfect for Elementary Schools, Middle Schools, Kindergarten, and Cub Scout Packs
School Demo in St Paul, Minnesota
Typical Experience Timeline
Our Introductions & Our Story (5-10 Minutes)
We love sharing our story, and the best part is every rider has a different story… For example read Dustin’s first sentence in the next section below:) We also always talk about important helmet & bicycle safety throughout our story.
Our Demonstration & BMX Stunt Show (10-15 Minutes)
We bring our bikes to all events and show the kids tricks right there on the flat ground. Simple tricks that we all learned right at home in our driveway… The “Bunny Hop”, the “Endo”, the “Wheelie”, the 180 and 360, and even riding the bike backwards called the “Fakie”. Worried about tire marks ? If any are left we rub them right off afterwards, we can give you any school gym references needed.
Our Grand Finale (5 Minutes)
Every show needs to end with a Grand Finale right ?? We end our shows with a very”epic” finale by jumping over a someone on the flat ground… This a very fun & dramatic skit for all of the kids. We can even jump over a staff member at school or Cub Scout leaders.
Meet & Greet and Free Autograph Cards for Everyone (5-30 Minutes)
After the kids roar & cheer after seeing the epic finale jump, we invite them all over to meet the riders:) We sign brand new autograph cards for everyone, you may even get one of 6 year old Isaac’s first autograph ever!
Cub Scout Pack Show in Woodbury, MN
(All of the kids tackled Bubba and took him to the ground LOL very memorable evening)
Dustin Grice while visiting a school in Norway
Hosted by Dustin Grice, Professional BMX Rider and Motivational Speaker from Eden Prairie, Minnesota
After being clotheslined by a mailbox at age 3 while learning to balance, to getting his first BMX bike at age 13, Dustin starting performing at America’s largest State Fair at age 16 for over 10 years, and entered his first professional BMX contest at age 21. Dustin has competed in Dew Tour, ASA Triples, FISE in France, Baltic Games in Poland, Simple Session in Estonia, and won his first contest at age 26 in Las Vegas followed by another win later that year in Arizona. Dustin made the front cover photo of BMX Plus Magazine at age 27, and also performed in Travis Pastrana’s Nitro Circus in Minneapolis at age 28. Little did he know that 15 years later, he would have traveled with his bike to more than 20 countries worldwide.
After more than 15 years of experience performing in stunt shows all over the country, Dustin started to take over the microphone as the Mega Jump Action Sports Experience’s primary announcer for more than 6 years now. He has been on the mic in front of clients such as the Minnesota Vikings at US Bank Stadium, WNBA’s Minnesota Lynx, Delta Airlines, local Cub Scouts, and the Minnesota State Fair, and now a hit at local schools. He has also been sub-contracted for nearly 10 years now to perform in ASA High School Tour’s Anti-Tobacco and Anti-Bullying campaigns all over the country. Dustin looks forward to meeting you and scheduling your event.
Where can we perform?
Anywhere. However we are based in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
What about the space required?
We can perform indoors or outdoors, school gymnasiums, school stages, hard carpet floors, sidewalks, streets, etc. Very flexible. A 10′ x 20′ space is usually the bare minimum space required.
How many riders show up?
Typically we pick one or two kids to focus on that will work best with your group & ages of the audience. Every event is hosted by Pro BMX Rider Dustin Grice mentioned above.
Meeting Our BMX Family is only one simple email away…
Many of our parents also join the events & help out, Contact Us if you’d like us to come to your school or Cub Scout Pack meeting, looking forward to meeting the kids!
Dustin Grice receiving endless High 5’s while visiting a school in Fiji