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Free extreme sports show and coaching sessions 

aerial shot of man on skateboard

Team Extreme, the skate and BMX display team that recently featured on television’s The Games, will come to Farnham on 31 August. They will perform their stunning ramp show and run coaching workshops for children and young people to brush up on their skills.

“Team Extreme is bringing their mini ramp show to Farnham, a show packed with stunts on BMXs, skateboards, inline skates and scooters. Performances are between 12 and 5pm in Gostrey Meadow and are free to watch,” says Councillor Kika Mirylees, Lead Member for Tourism and Events.

The show includes three performers who will perform grinds, spins, flips and technical moves along the top edge of a 6 feet tall mini halfpipe ramp. The shows will start at 12.40pm, 1.40pm, 2.40pm and 4pm. The BMX, skateboarding and scooter coaching sessions will take place throughout the afternoon and are suitable for children over 8 and teenagers. A free shuttle bus will run from various locations in and around Farnham to and from the venue. The bus timetable is available at

“We are providing the event completely for free to offer something for families to do this summer that doesn’t cost them a penny. Pick up points for the free shuttle bus will be announced nearer the time and children don’t need to bring their own equipment as everything will be provided. However, for under 16s wanting to take part in the coaching sessions, Team Extreme will need parents to sign a disclaimer form on the day,” says Councillor Mirylees. Full details will be available at 

Team Extreme featured on the latest series of Channel 4’s The Games. The team is one of the UK’s top display teams for BMX, scooter, inline skating and skateboarding stunts and includes some of the country’s most daring and successful athletes in their field.

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