The Scottish Stunt Championship was introduced in 2018, the brainchild of Graham Houston, a former stunt rider himself and active member of the stunt riding community, and was originally scheduled to be held at the Scottish Bike Show in March, but due to severe weather conditions was postponed, with the Show until 7 - 8 April 2018.
Thirty top stunt riders converged on the tarmac at the Royal Highland Centre providing two days of top stunts and riding.
Plans are now underway for the 2019 Show.
Alex was born in Ibiza and is well travelled having lived in Barcelona, Paris, East Sussex, Nice, Corsica and has been back in the UK for the last 20 years living in Seaford, Southampton and London.
He learned to ride bikes on dirt and road during his time in Corsica and has been riding ever since but only started racing in 2016 and has 2 bikes, both Kawasaki – 2010 ZX6 and 2015 ZX6.
Ben comes from a family who love racing, but no-one has ever raced so he knew the moment he had the chance to race or at least get a track bike, he would.
In 2018 Ben competed in 5 rounds of Thundersport GB 600 Elite Championship, 2 rounds of No Limits Racing Pirelli 600's and two Wildcard rounds with British Supersport.
Ellis is just 19 years old and started stunt riding in mid-2017 and has been competing ever since he started. He learned the basics on his first bike, a Honda MSX 125 (grom) as it was small and light.
In his first season (2017) he competed in two events and placed 12th and 9th.
In 2018 Ellis took part in the full season including competing at the Scottish Stunt Championship
From an early age James has always had a passion for motorcycles and at aged 16 he purchased his first motorcycle, a Derbi GPR 50R.
James made his debut into the world of racing in 2013 after returning from Afghanistan to ride for Roger Stewart racing on a Honda RS125GP at the stars of Darley which attracts some of the country’s top road racers and finished an astonishing 4th place.
James rides a Kawasaki ZX10R
Jonny grew up in County Durham where he still lives. He was introduced to the motorcycle world from a very young age due to his parents both being motorcycle enthusiasts. He was given his first motorbike, a Yamaha PW50, for Christmas when he was aged just two! He soon learned the basic bike controls and even managed to do some burnouts.
His current Motorbikes are: 2003 ZX636 Ninja (Freestyle bike) & Honda CRF50 (Mini Bike)
Kevin is from Wolsingham, County Durham and at the age of 37 is coming into his 5th Season. His motivation for starting racing was to compete at the world-famous TT Circuit in the Isle of Man for the Manx GP, which he has done for the past three years.
He has competed with clubs such as NEMRCC, Thundersport, No Limits and NG Road Racing but his passion lies in ‘real road’ racing.
His current bike is 2009 Triumph Daytone 675 Super Sport Class
Marco's family always had motorbikes for as far back as he can remember; his Dad had a powerful Kawasaki ZX12R and his Uncle had a Yamaha 2000 YZF R1, so all he wanted to do as a kid was to go fast and chase adrenaline.
His favourite tricks are Acros and he is alway pushing these in unusual ways which results in either looking awesome or hurting a lot.
In his free time, Marco teaches at the Stunt Asylum Wheelie School.
Nadieh has always had an interest in bikes and racing and got her hands on her first minibike at age 14. It was love at first sight!
In 2017 Nadieh formed her own team acquired a beautiful Kawasaki ZX10R, set their sights on road racing, and competed in the full season of IRRC Superbike.
In 2018 Nadieh's team once again raced the full season of IRRC Superbike with their ZX10R.
Rick has been riding bikes since an early age and loves pretty much every type of motorcycle sport.
For the past eighteen years he has made a full time career with film and TV work across the globe.
He currently rides in Motorcross, Trials, Enduro, Stunt Riding, Road Racing, Flat Track, Supermoto and Speedway.
Ricky's love for riding began at only 4 years old when his father introduced him to his first bike.
His passion only grew with the years and after heading out to a track day on a whim, Ricky caught the bug and began racing.
Despite only racing for 2 years, he has been making waves in the clubman racing scene.