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Like father, like son! Legendary motorbike stuntman Robbie Maddison’s son Kruz, 12, does death-defying jumps during his Sydney Freestyle Kings show

Motorcycle stuntman Robbie Maddison stunned a packed crowd in Sydney on Saturday night when he performed death-defying bike stunts alongside his son Kruz, 12.

The NSW native, 41, effortlessly perfected jumps at the Qudos Bank Arena as part of the Freestyle Kings Live national tour. 

Thousands of fans screamed for more as he brought Kruz out into the stadium, before the pair performed an impressive stunt off a huge ramp.

The father and son duo looked every inch the daredevils in matching motorcycle jackets, pants and helmets. 

Robbie took the lead and accelerated off a launch ramp and glided through the air, landing onto the bigger ramp as his son mimicked his movements.

Motorcycle stuntman Robbie Maddison stunned a packed crowd in Sydney on Saturday when he performed death-defying bike stunts alongside his son Kruz, 12

Motorcycle stuntman Robbie Maddison stunned a packed crowd in Sydney on Saturday when he performed death-defying bike stunts alongside his son Kruz, 12 

The NSW native, 41, effortlessly perfected jumps at the Qudos Bank Arena as part of the Freestyle Kings Live national tour

The NSW native, 41, effortlessly perfected jumps at the Qudos Bank Arena as part of the Freestyle Kings Live national tour 

Thousands of fans screamed for more as he brought Kruz out into the stadium before the pair performed an impressive daredevil stunt jump off a ramp

Thousands of fans screamed for more as he brought Kruz out into the stadium before the pair performed an impressive daredevil stunt jump off a ramp 

While midair, Robbie was spotted looking over his shoulder to ensure his young son made the jump. 

Australian BMX Olympian Ryan ‘R-Willy Williams, 28, also performed some eye-popping moves which stunned his adoring fans.

Back in 2015, Today Show host Karl Stefanovic compared Australian daredevil Maddison to Jesus Christ in a hilarious interview following his record-breaking motorbike surfing stunt.

The father and son duo looked every inch the daredevils in matching motorcycle jackets, pants and helmets

The father and son duo looked every inch the daredevils in matching motorcycle jackets, pants and helmets 

Robbie took the lead and accelerated off a launch ramp and glided through the air, landing onto the bigger ramp as his son mimicked his movements

Robbie took the lead and accelerated off a launch ramp and glided through the air, landing onto the bigger ramp as his son mimicked his movements 

While midair, Robbie was spotted looking over his shoulder to ensure his young son made the jump

While midair, Robbie was spotted looking over his shoulder to ensure his young son made the jump 

Maddison had released a video titled ‘Pipe Dream’ which showed him riding his bike on the giant waves of Tahiti, which took two years to perfect. 

He then appeared on the Today Show to talk about the worldwide reaction to his breathtaking stunt, with host Stefanovic labelling him an ‘all-round bloody legend’.

‘Jesus Christ walked on the water, Robbie Maddison rode on it. Get that up ya!’ Stefanovic joked as he spoke to Maddison via live cross from Los Angeles.

They stunned with an impressive array of incredible motorcycle stunts

They stunned with an impressive array of incredible motorcycle stunts

Kruz's moves had the crowd begging for more

Kruz’s moves had the crowd begging for more 

‘And it just feels bittersweet to launch this video this year and just have a great audience around the world – it’s just been received so well.’

Maddison, from Kiama on the south coast of New South Wales, is no stranger to adrenaline having worked as a stunt double for Daniel Craig in Skyfall.

He has also jumped across the Corinth Canal in Greece and the done a backflip while jumping the Tower Bridge in London.

Australian BMX Olympian Ryan 'R-Willy Williams (pictured) also performed some moves

Australian BMX Olympian Ryan ‘R-Willy Williams (pictured) also performed some moves 

R-Willy looked delighted to pose for snaps with some young fans

R-Willy looked delighted to pose for snaps with some young fans

The champion BMX rider looked in his element, making the death-defying stunts look easy

The champion BMX rider looked in his element, making the death-defying stunts look easy 

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