Yamaha Motor Australia is pleased to support Airtime FMX – a team that is committed to delivering captivating and jaw dropping live freestyle motocross entertainment at major events Australia-wide.
Airtime FMX is born from the ShowTime FMX team that was formed in 1999 by Gary Reid. YMA was a proud supporter of that original team for ten successful years – and is now back on board.
Since 2021, Airtime FMX has cemented its position as the most spectacular main arena act in the country. With an average of 200 performances a year they are the most experienced FMX team in Australia. An annual live audience of over a million from all over the country cheer on the boys at events including Royal Shows, V8 Supercars, corporate functions, motor shows and more.
Airtime FMX features some of the most experienced FMX riders in the world, with the team focused on professionalism and family-friendly entertainment. Its roster of riders include long time crowd favourites Kain Saul and Brad Burch as well as young gun Ben Richards, with Tommy G working the mic.
“YMA is pleased to have Airtime FMX back on Yamaha. Airtime riders have a close connection with their audience, many of whom are young kids whose interest in motorcycles may be just emerging,” explains YMA’s Land Mobility Sales and Marketing General Manager Matthew Ferry.
“Seeing the Airtime team performing insane tricks at the Easter Show may well be their first exposure to bikes, and no doubt this will have a positive effect when embarking on their motorcycling journey,” he continues.
Airtime FMX’s Brad Burch says: “We are pleased to welcome Yamaha back to the team. We know from our previous partnership that YZs offer the performance and reliability our riders require and we look forward to showcasing the latest MY23 range to showgoers nationwide.”
Airtime FMX will also use Yamalube’s range of oils, fluids and care products.