The American Daredevil BlockParty will take over the corner of Main Street and Harley-Davidson Way, kicking off at 11 am for ticket holders. Freeman will attempt his next death-defying motorcycle jump LIVE- and advocate the importance of why motorcyclists should always carry a first aid kit.
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About Cole Freeman Born and raised in St. Louis, Missouri, Cole Freeman travels the world as the Last American Daredevil, thrilling spectators as if a legend of past, himself. His adrenaline-fueled riding style and iconoclastic “will not quit” attitude, defies the even extreme sports. Immortalizing the heroes of past, Colesgenuine passion to pursue the thrill of the stunt using heavy bikes with moderate upgrades and sheer will, he epitomizes the every and anyone can mantra, and is an inspiration to both young and old. Always pushing himself, many of Cole’sstunts have never been attempted. In 2018, Cole did the impossible jumping his 900lb Harley-Davidson through a 14mph head-wind, ramp to ramp, successfully landing after flying 99 feet and 11” through the air. On a mission to inspire keeping the spirit alive, he is the Last American Daredevil paying homage to his own childhood hero, Evel Knievel. See more at https://www.
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