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Greatest of all time
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So much fun! Thanks so much :)
Reviewed by Veronica B.
28 February 2021
Greatest of all time
“Greatest of all time”
The best fringe event I’ve done - highly recommend!
Reviewed by Kristen C.
15 February 2021
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Review by Amy Kapernick | 16 January 2021

This FRINGE WORLD experience will test your friendship, resourcefulness, sword skills, creativity and tolerance levels for public humiliation.

Starting the experience with some light sword play, contestants must then race to the rickshaws, as Perth's own Amazing Race begins. With just 30 minutes available to win as many points as possible, time is not on your side as you quickly scour Northbridge for clues, locations and key challenges, helpfully guided and chauffeured by one of Peddle Perth's talented (and incredibly fit) cyclists.

With many interpretations to the riddles and challenges being left up to you, can you tick all the boxes or are some of them just too far out of your comfort zone, or beyond the limits of your agility and fitness. And most importantly will you be the first contestants back, or will you lose valuable points for being late?

Thanks to the delightful and entertaining rickshaw cyclists, this experience also gives us the opportunity to explore more of our beautiful city, speeding past traffic and pedestrians to see all that Northbridge in the heat of Fringe has to offer. Hold on to your hats as well, because these cyclists could put Olympians to shame as they dodge and swerve, stopping quickly as contestants realise they missed an important challenge.

So bring your comfy walking shoes and your phone fully charged (because *pics or it didn't happen*) and prepare to learn how comfortable you feel stopping random strangers on the street (and this year if you can complete the challenges whilst still social distancing).

Probably not a show to take your elderly grandma to, but definitely one to gather a group of friends for and compete for the ultimate prize of the evening as you push beyond your comfort zone and have more fun than you ever thought possible on the back of a bike.