Check out some photos from Nuclear Cowboyz | Rock Candy

Monday, February 20, 2012

Check out some photos from Nuclear Cowboyz

Posted By on Mon, Feb 20, 2012 at 9:35 AM

Nuclear Cowboyz

The Nuclear Cowboyz crew brought its post-apocalypse themed motocross extravaganza to Verizon Arena last weekend, and local journalist Zoie Clift caught Friday night's show.

She described it as "something like a motocross ballet. They seem to be suspended in slow motion when they are at the peak of their aerials which is amazing when you consider how fast they are moving. The acrobatics they are able to perform on these machines are mind blowing."

There are more of Clift's photos after the jump.

Nuclear Cowboyz

Nuclear Cowboyz

Nuclear Cowboyz

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