February 07, 2011 Slideshows

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Nuclear Cowboyz 

The Nuclear Cowboyz performed its post-apocalyptic-themed show at Philips Arena Feb. 5. The Atlanta show of the Freestyle Chaos tour featured flames, tricks and scantily-clad Cowgirlz and was met with cheers by a crowd of all ages. (Photos by Evey Wilson)
Fans buy Nuclear Cowboyz snowcones during intermission of the Nuclear Cowboyz show at Philips Arena on Feb. 5.
Trey Beal, 9, chews as he looks up at his brother Jeremy Maloy, 18, at Philips Area on Feb 5. The brothers like the Cowboyz’ one-handed tricks the best.
The crowd waits for the Nuclear Cowboyz in a packed Philips Arena on Feb. 5.
The Nuclear Cowgirlz dance throughout the show at Philips Arena. These dancers are survivors in the post-apocalyptic world that the show is set in.
Nuclear Cowboy flips his bike at Philips Arena Feb. 5. The Cowboyz defy gravity throughout the night, jumping more than 35 ft in the air.
One of the riders lets go of his bike as fire explodes around him at the Nuclear Cowboyz show at Philips Arena. Rider Jeff Kargola explains, “When you’re in the air concentrating on a trick and a bomb goes off, its incredibly distracting”
Riders flip their bikes at Philips Arena on Feb. 5. Bikes, dancers, pyrotechnics, and fireworks were all choreographed into the Nuclear Cowboyz show.
The Nuclear Cowboyz perform at Philips Arena on Feb. 5. One of the members of the motocross tribe Metal Mulisha, Jeff Kargola, explained that the hardest part of the show is trusting the other riders because their tricks are done so close to each other.
One of the riders flips his motorcycle at the Nuclear Cowboyz show, Freestyle Chaos, on Feb. 5.
Pyrotechnics exploded throughout the Atlanta show of the Nuclear Cowboyz at Philips Arena. The Nuclear Cowboyz Freestyle Chaos show is set in a post-apocalyptic world.
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Fans buy Nuclear Cowboyz snowcones during intermission of the Nuclear Cowboyz show at Philips Arena on Feb. 5.
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