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Madmen on bikes set to invade Wgtn. Civic Square

Madmen on bikes set to invade Wellington's Civic Square

Prince Charles was there yesterday - tomorrow Civic Square is set to be overrun by the kings of extreme action sport, as the Crusty Demons of Dirt take over central Wellington.

The Crustys are here and they're set for more madness and mayhem!

Tomorrow at 9am the Crusty Demons will lay siege to Wellington's Civic Square, getting over 16 metres in the air over a 18 metre gap, whilst also putting pavement, stairs and anything else they can find to the test with snowmobiles, quad bikes, freestyle motocross bikes and more...

Wellingtonians watch out - the Crustys are here and they're ready to party!


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