In 2011, Relentless Energy Drink NASS will once again be hosting the International BMX Freestyle, attracting some of Europe’s top action sports talent, including Relentless Energy Drink’s BMX riders Mark Webb, Matt Priest, who won 2010’s British Dirt BMX championships, and Lima Eltham.
New this year is the Relentless Energy Street Spots, an area where the Relentless Energy Drink team will recreate some of the best tricks spots, ramps and rails in the UK. Having worked with BMX photographer George Marshall and Relentless rider Niki Croft, to help create realistic backdrops, Relentless Energy Drink Street Spots are a brilliantly realised tribute to action sports roots in the street. On Saturday Relentless Energy Drink will be hosting a Street Spots Jam for all the competing athletes, with a top prize of £3,000. The Street Spots will be kept covered until the Saturday night, so when the jam goes down, it goes down hard.
Relentless Energy Drink NASS isn’t just about the sport though. After owning the stage at last year’s event, Tinie Tempah returns as a bonefide super-star, ready to bring his electro-grime anthems to the main stage after the runaway success of his debut album Disc-Overy, and singles like “Pass Out” and “Written in the Stars.”
Other musicians performing include Sub-Focus, Dirty Phonics, DJ Fresh, Millencollin, Cancer Bats and We Are the Ocean. For more information go to http://www.relentlessenergy.com
Relentless Energy Drink NASS will also have a host of parks and ramps open to the public, so you can join in the action.