Nuclear Cowboyz Review


Nuclear Cowboyz Review


The Nuclear Cowboyz were once again at the Sprint Center in Kansas City this past weekend. My son loves riding his dirt bike and is always talking about doing tricks on it. Of course, being his Mom I’m quite worried about him and he always says I’m just freaking out about it. If you aren’t familiar with the Nuclear Cowboyz, it’s a FMX tour with a unique futuristic style story and awesome freestyle motocross tricks. I snapped several pictures during the event but sadly they didn’t turn out well due to the smoke and lights. I do post all pictures during events to our twitter and instagram so be sure you are following us on there.


Nuclear Cowboyz Review


Tickets were $32 for adults and $10 for kids if you didn’t want to sit in the nose bleeds. I didn’t think these prices were too bad until they added the facility fee, convenience fee, delivery fee and taxes. I mean how many fees can they have? I kid you not, the total I paid in fees after the tickets was a whopping $51.98! I know, I’m complaining about it but we still paid it. Plus, we live a few hours from the city so it’s a day full of spending.


Nuclear Cowboyz Review


I wasn’t sure what I expected but it was much better than I had imagined it would be. The crazy story setting was very unusual and our son absolutely loved it. It is a great show for the whole family. The motocross tricks were awesome and they had some really neat laser displays. The cast consisted of freestyle motocross, trials and quad riders including recent X Games 2012 medalists. They were really good and the tricks were so neat. My son’s eyes were huge the whole time. I could tell he was soaking it all in thinking he was going to try them when we got back home. He did say on our way out that he hoped it was still light out when we got home so he could ride his dirt bike. Thankfully for me it was dark… haha! Here is a fun video of him on his dirt bike at home. You have to watch the very end where he does a ummm… trick – if you want to call it that! lol

The story was very futuristic with two tribes of riders taking place in Los Angeles during the year 2150. They are suddenly threatened by an evil force, The Tempest with her own army. They also have some great dancers and in the end the two tribes take over the Tempest. It was cute and very good. My son loved it and we intend on going back next year. The show lasted about two hours. Of course, we couldn’t leave before buying a few $30 t-shirts. My son is modeling his below. He just had to wear it to school today. I tried to explain to him that it wasn’t okay to wear a t-shirt to school in ten degree weather but he insisted so I bundled him up in more layers. We really wanted to get the Nuclear Cowboyz autographs at the end but the line was so long and we had a long drive back home so sadly we didn’t wait.

Review: A+


Nuclear Cowboyz Review

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