Looks like Dew Moto Extreme is back with more than just a bang.
The stunt show has been travelling across Pakistan since 21st September starting with Karachi, Multan, Gujranwala, Islamabad followed by the last show in Lahore.
Needless to say, Mountain Dew has yet again stirred some jazba and passion in the hearts of Dew fans which was witnessed first-hand at all five shows.
For its fifth edition this year, Dew Moto Extreme did not just win the hearts across Pakistan but also broke quite a few of records for the country.
Here's all that we saw happening this year:
1. For the very first time Pakistan witnessed a female showcasing extreme action like never before.
We witnessed little Stacey Lee May hanging out of a drifting car, and quite honestly held our breath till the very last minute.
The crowds cheered her on as she performed mind-numbing stunts in the show.
Side note: We like that a brand came forward to encourage women this way.
2. Dew daredevils flew with their bikes over a 22-meter ramp
Dew athletes performed unbelievable stunts including mid-air somersaults, leaps, jumps, tornado of smoke, cars drifting on only two wheels, gravity defying stunts.
The show had Dallan Goldman, Fredrick Frog Bergen and Nick De Witt on FMX Bikes; Mike Skelton, Jim McFarlane and Stacey Lee May were seen on cars.
Take a look at this:
3. The shows successfully drew a lot of digital and on-ground attention
The opening show in Karachi saw 10,000 people at the Expo Centre, followed by the Multan show which was also attended by 10,000 people taking the Hockey Stadium, Kalma Chowk by storm.
As a result of the hype on social media, Gujranwala welcomed 15,000 people at its Jinnah Stadium. The Islamabad event also witnessed similar audiences.
A total of over 10,000 people attended the finale event in Lahore, the city that is known for its warmth and jazba.
For more details on what Dew is planning next, head over to their official Facebook page.
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