Nuclear Cowboyz ride into Cincinnati for the first time! GIVEAWAY CLOSED AND WINNERS ANNOUNCED!

 

Our Nuclear Cowboyz ticket winners are….Tiffany W. and Jen S!!!!  Watch for an email from me coming soon!  Thanks to all who entered!!

Remember heading out on your bike and finding a leftover 2×4 board to set up a ramp so you could do cool stunts? (If you were me the coolest stunt you managed was flipping over the handle bars).  Well Nuclear Cowboyz are heading to Cincinnati’s US Bank Arena on January 27 & 28 to show you how to do it right!

Nuclear Cowboyz brings freestyle motocross to a whole new level with this amazing new show.  I don’t think I can even describe the spectacle, it’s amazing!  Read on to hear about this fantastic show:

Nuclear Cowboyz 2012 has the greatest cast of freestyle motocross, trials and quad riders ever assembled, including recent X Games 17 medalists Ronnie Faisst, Adam Jones, Mike Mason, and Winter X Games medalist Caleb Moore. Joined by world-class medalist riders Taka Higashino, Beau Bamburg, Derek Garland, Nixey Danielson, Brody Wilson, Jimmy Fitzpatrick, Dustin Miller, Wes Agee, Matt Buyten, Geoff Aaron, Keith Wineland, Derek Guetter, and Colton Moore, NuclearCowboyz 2012 takes unleashed power to its massive ramps in a freestyle performance of pure danger and raw combat.

You have to see it to believe it!  The minute my boys heard about this show I knew their little imaginations were going wild.  When you look at them you might see this:

But when they are out riding I am quite sure they are imagining this:

Let’s be honest,  who wouldn’t rather be doing awesome flips and crazy stunts anyway?  It would make that morning commute SO much more fun!

There is something for everyone in this show…it’s not just cool stunts.  It tells a great story with some really rocking music.

Legendary Nuclear Cowboyz FMX tribes, the Soldiers of Havoc and the Metal Mulisha® return for a never-before-seen action-packed event that takes place in the war torn city of Los Angeles during the year 2150. The tale unfolds as the two tribes’ survival is threatened and besieged by an evil force, The Tempest and her electrifying Cyborg Army. Catapulted into the heart pounding fury and frenzied excitement are the sizzling Nuclear Cowgirlz®, whose allegiance to their tribes only intensifies the Tempest’s rage to destroy the Nuclear Cowboyz. The Soldiers of Havoc and the Metal Mulisha’s battle is fought through fearless freestyle gravity defying stunts, combined with outrageous pyrotechnic and laser displays synchronized to heavy metal, rock alternative and electronic dubstep music.

Are you as excited as we are??  Want to know something even more awesome?  Family Friendly Cincinnati has two family 4-packs of tickets to give away to this amazing show!!

It’s easy to enter and you get 3 chances to win!  Please leave a separate comment on THIS BLOG POST for each one you complete, along with a valid email address so that we can contact you if you win!  Please note if you already do #1 and #2, just leave a comment saying so for each one. This giveaway will close on Friday, January 20 at 3 p.m. so get to entering quick!  Here’s how to do it:

  1. ‘Like’ Family Friendly Cincinnati on Facebook
  2. Subscribe to our weekly eNewsletter  - Get Family Friendly Cincinnati right in your inbox! Top of right sidebar
  3. Tell us-what is the most daring ‘stunt’ you’ve ever done?  Parachuting?  Parasailing? Jumped off a really big speedbump?  Let us know in a comment here and you’ll be entered to win!

That’s it!  Enter once or all three times for a chance to win!  Winners will be drawn on Friday, January 20 at 3 p.m.  Winners have 24 hours to respond or a new winner will be drawn.  Please make sure that when you comment you include a valid email address. Winners will also be posted to the FFC Facebook page.  ONLY entries placed here on this post will be considered eligible to win.  Good luck!

 

I am a Feld Family Ambassador, and in exchange for my time and efforts in attending shows and reporting my opinion within this blog, as well as keeping you advised of the latest discount offers, Feld Entertainment has provided me with complimentary tickets to Feld shows and opportunities to attend private Feld pre-Show events. That being said, the opinions expressed on this blog are always 100% mine.

When she isn’t blogging for Family Friendly Cincinnati you can find Amy writing at her personal blog In A Galaxy Far Far Away.

 

 

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  1. Sally Standish says

    I jumped off a cliff at Cumberland Falls and Ive parasailed. Thats as extreme as Ive ever gotten! :)

  2. Carla says

    My hike up half dome in Yosemite park, the day after someone died from a lightning strike. Beautiful, awesome, and I totally recommend it.

  3. Michelle Turner says

    Sadly, the most scary stunt I did has been canoeing?! But I do have an 8 yr. old with down syndrome who is all boy & would LOVE this!!! The stunts he does everyday make me lucky we are not in the ER everyday!

  4. Joan says

    So sad that white water rafting is the most daring thing I can think of that I’ve done. Well, that and have three boys in 5 years!

  5. Elizabeth B. says

    The most daring thing I have ever done is probably going white water rafting 5 weeks after having a baby….I obviously don’t do many daring activities!!!

  6. Jen S says

    The most daring thing I’ve ever done…started my life over at age 30 by getting healthy, surrounding myself with supportive people and rededicated my life to being happy.

  7. says

    I’m not much of a daredevil but I have bungee jumped and I rode the Bull at Bobby Mackey’s. LOL Won’t do either of those again. Haha.

  8. Karen says

    The most daring stunt I ever pulled was during a hike up Half Dome in Yosemite (17 miles round-trip)one spring in college. At the top, I sat on the edge of the mountain with my feet dangling over the side, several thousand feet above the Yosemite valley floor, and looked down. No net, no guard-rail, just air between me and the ground below. It was amazing, beautiful, and terrifying all at once!

  9. Beth S. says

    I’m not really a daredevil at all, so my most daring stunt would have to be, well, How about just being a High School Teacher??!!

  10. Charlotte V. says

    That would probably be climbing up 224 stairs up to Buffalo Bills grave in Colorado at “Seven Falls” where the waterfall is right beside the stairs. The signs said, “Danger don’t be on top of the mountain when it’s storming” guess what happened? When we got to the top a few minutes later it started to storm! Let’s just say it wasn’t very fun coming back down all those steps in a storm! Very beautiful place though! We got to feed chipmunks!

    Here’s a pic of Seven Falls
    http://www.snydersweb.com/destinations/coloradoSevenFalls.html

    • Charlotte V. says

      Oh yeah I forgot to add that we stood on the edge of the mountain to take a pic beside Buffalo Bill’s grave. He’s buried on the edge of a mountain. We looked over and seen mountain goats standing on the edge of the mountain!!

  11. Julie says

    I signed up for the newsletter! I’m glad you announced that, I didn’t know you offered a newsletter!

  12. Julie says

    What a great giveaway! Thanks!

    My biggest “stunt” was jumping off a cliff at lake Cumberland. Into water with FISH! LOL!

  13. Michelle says

    When I was younger, I used to climb the pine trees near our house to the very top – which were about 4-5 stories tall. (towered over our house, for sure!) My mother, who is afraid of heights, would be screaming at me to come down this instant…but, I usually took my time…I think it took years off from her life. Ha! :)

  14. Christina says

    My biggest stunt was racing my sister down a huge hill by our grandparents house on our bikes. She lost control of her bike and had to get gravel dug out of her chin at the hospital. She can show you the scar!

  15. says

    My Biggest Stunt was in my younger days My band was playing at The Southgate House During our final song I jumped from the Balcony to the stage with no safety net.

  16. bobby says

    I have done many crazy stunts growing up! who knows what the craziest one was. my son would love this show!

  17. says

    The craziest stunt I have ever done was double bungee jump over a lake in college. Thinking back I am lucky to be alive, as my friend and I were back to back, ankles wrapped in beach towels and then strapped around our ankles and pushed off the platform. We even paid extra to buy a video of it….which my mom cried while watching. I will KILL my three boys if they ever attempt something so foolish!!! (wow! I sound just like my own mom!!!)

  18. Beth @ QueenBee says

    I subscribe to your Newsletter and LOVE it! Thank you for a GREAT resource for families…we have 3 boys and are always appreciative for your great ideas!

  19. KarenQ says

    I am a mom of two boys that would love to experience the Nuclear Cowboy show!!! I subscribe on Facebook and I appreciate your giving me the scoop on Family Friendly Cincinnati happenings! :)

  20. SillyMamaof2 says

    Biggest stunt I did was ride my bike over a ramp, when I was 9, and fell off the top of the ramp…never again! HA!

  21. Jen O says

    My biggest stunt didnt turn out like it should have. I tried to pop a wheelie up onto a curb on my bike and……..I missed and hit it instead. And went flying over the handle bars (yes it really happens), and landing in a belly flop on the sidewalk, right on a very busy street just blocks from the hospital. My husband and sister laughed so hard at me before making sure I was ok. I was ok, but very sore.

  22. Lisa Neal says

    My biggest stunt is probably going down the wrong hill while skiing. I thought I was hot stuff and didn’t know what I was doing and ended up going about 50 mph the whole way down! It probably wasn’t that fast but felt like it. I can’t believe I survived that.

    • Alex says

      I went rapelling with a bunch of friends and NO formal training! I could have fallen to my death (but I didn’t!)

  23. Tiffany Walters says

    I’m a fan! This would be such a fabulous gift for my 6 year old, especially since we just moved to the area from Texas! Most dangerous stunt I’ve ever done?? Does getting married count? :) If not, I climbed an active volcano in Iceland!

  24. Rachel says

    The craziest “stunt” I’ve ever pulled off is jumping off a 30 ft cliff into a lake…. Altho I’ve done it once, and will never have to do it again :P

  25. Julia says

    The most dangerous thing I have ever done is dive off of a 10 meter platform. Hit the water the wrong way and something can break. It was so much fun, I couldn’t wait to get up and do it again.

  26. Russell Cruse says

    In the late 70′s, influenced by Fonzie jumping over garbage cans, we decided to jump over people…lining up several others kids shoulder to shoulder under a ramp, we jumped over them with our dirt bikes…THANK GOD no one was ever injured…I now have a 4yrs old who rides a Kawasaki KFX50, who, on his second ride, was standing up and riding one handed….

  27. Nina T Downs says

    I AM SOOOOOOOOOOO NOT A STUNT OR DAREDAEVIL TYPE…my boys (7 and 3)on the other hand are! My 3 yr old loves motorcylces and tricks and skateboards…and he doesn’t mind being dirty…(ugh!) He is on day 4 of wearing his skateboard shirt…24/7…he won’t take it off! :-) My boys would love to go see this! Thanks for the opportunity to win tickets!

  28. Jennifer says

    I used to race quads in my younger years. I would have to say no stunt was my favorite, but I had a fovorite wreck. I was racing in connersville and hit a huge tree root rolled over the hill and down the hill went me with bike. I so more concerned about my new quad I grabbed the back bar TRYING to stop it. We hit the tree and After that crash I was done. Fun Times!!!!!

  29. Heather L says

    My most daring stunt was letting my brothers jump over me while they were rollerblading down the hill.

  30. Jessica AG says

    I’m kind of a wimp, biggest stunt was snowboarding down a “mountain” on Mt. Hood called buttercup. It was terrifying, but incredibly fun!

  31. Angela b says

    Having my wagon tied to my brothers bike if we couldn’t find rope we turned the wagon backwards and pushed each other down the porch steps.

  32. Jenn Greis says

    From my 7 year old boy, “Riding my bike down a big hill really fast with my Turbospoke!” Turbospoke, is a new sound gadget for bikes that puts the old fashion spin on putting playing cards in the spokes.

  33. Jenny R. says

    My most daring stunt??? Not sure I have one that would qualify as daring. I did love to ride my bike with my friends to a nearby apartment complex and fly down this concrete parking pad that had big ramps on it. I am sure I stuck to the low side, but my brother most definitely hit the big ones!

  34. Marisa says

    I haven’t really done anything daring. I did at one time try to skate board, but that didn’t last long enough to be able to do any tricks.

  35. Diane Longbons says

    I have to say that I’m kind of a chicken, so the only thing I can think of that I have done that was “daring” is to skateboard barefoot. That did not turn out so well by the way….ripped off my big toenail on each foot. OUCH!

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