Lahore and Islamabad all set to witness the magic of Dew’s nerve-racking stunt show Moto Extreme

Once again, Dew has come up with its exhilarating stunt show and giving the Pakistanis a taste of extreme action. Dew Moto Extreme has been travelling around Pakistan and fulfilling wishes of all the action lovers! The people of Karachi, Multan and Gujranwala experienced Red category of the stunts that they had never imagined to witness live.

It seemed as if the spectators were part of some live-action movie such as Die Hard, Fast & Furious, Baby Driver. Well, guess what, after creating waves in all of these three cities; Dew is, yet again, gearing up for a power pact performance in Islamabad and Lahore.

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We have been following the show since it kick-started in Karachi, followed by Multan and Gujranwala. So far, we have seen mind-boggling stunts being performed by the internationally renowned stuntmen, but this time Dew upped their game by roping in the famous stuntwoman Stacey Lee May. We know for a fact that Pakistan never ever witnessed a woman performing car-spinning stunts so this was a dream come true for many of us.


Pulling off midair somersaults, leaps and jumps, Dew’s daredevil’s aka Dallan Goldman, Fredrick Frog Bergren and Nick De Witt left the audience in awe with their action-packed stunts on their FMX bikes, while Mike Skelton and Jim McFarlane flaunted their passion on cars.

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The Dew daredevils literally flew with their bikes over a 22-meter ramp. And when we talk about ramp, we’re talking serious gravity-defying tornado of smoke style stunts! The crowd went wild after seeing such an act. From Karachi itself 10, 000 attendees showed up, whereas Gujranwala welcomed 15,000 and Multan hosted around 8000. Event of such grandeur scale hasn’t taken place in Pakistan in a long time, and thanks to Mountain Dew, action lovers got the opportunity to experience these amazing, enlivening performances.

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The adrenaline rush kept the audience at the edge of their seats as they rooted for the Dew athletes to unravel their next act and taking action stunts to a new extreme. We have to admit, you need some serious passion to take on a profession that puts your life on the line. Lesson learned: Dewers definitely don’t follow, they lead!


Many renowned celebrities, including the ever-gorgeous Nadia Hussain and the handsome hunk Bilal Ashraf graced the event. Apart from the stunts, Mountain Dew also arranged for the very best performances by Pakistan’s favourite musicians including the likes of Ali Azmat, AUJ and Kashmir the band. What more can one ask for! It was surely an electrifying sight to experience.

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If you by any chance have missed the Karachi leg of the Dew Moto Expo, or the ones in Multan or Gujranwala, no need to panic. Mountain Dew after taking this show to three major cities in Pakistan is now gearing up to create history in Islamabad on October 6 and in Lahore on October 12, 2019.

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The upcoming event is scheduled for next week, so mark your calendars and don’t miss out on seeing your favourite heroes performing live-action stunts.


Mountain Dew once again leaves Karachiites stunned with its exhilarating stunt show

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