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Milwaukee Wisconsin at the Historic Pabst Brewery.


Despite Mother Nature, all the seats were full and the action was as extreme as it gets. Fans gathered at the old Pabst Brewery downtown Milwaukee to see the world's best snowmobile freestyle competitors take their shot at the $4000 first prize.


The course consisted of six steel jumps, two dirt jumps, a wall ride, a 40-foot-long rainbow rail, and an old Pabst beer truck. Over 3000 cubic yards of dirt, snow and mostly wood chips were trucked in to construct the course.


Eight competitors with two runs each, throwing down everything they had in two, two minute heats. The freestyle competitors wowed the crowd with huge gaps, big air, and back flips. "Big Air" Burandt took first place as he had the judges and the crowd on the edge of their seats with his huge air tricks and full use of all the obstacles on the course. The crowd went crazy when Frisby, Hoyer and Fejes landed back flips. The action was 110% from start to finish with no major injuries. Check out the photos and videos below to see the action for yourself.


1. Chris Burandt, Kremmling, CO
  2. Justin Hoyer, Ellsworth, WI
    3. Heath Frisby, Caldwell, ID
 4. Lee Stuart, Winnipeg, Manitoba
5. Daniel Bodin, Malung, Sweden
6. Kourtney Hungerford, West Yellowstone, MT
7. Jimmy Flood, Wolfeboro, NH
8. Jimmy “Blaze” Fejes, Anchorage, AK


Videos of the freestyle





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