Fans of bike stunts have been watching the UK's top mountain bike display team Zero Gravity showcase their skills in Portsmouth.
The show at Gunwharf Quays also featured Effraim Catlow, the former World BMX Freestyle Champion. Speaking to ITV Meridian, Hampshire-based Chris Doney, who is one half of Zero Gravity and also the British Freestyle Champion said the sport attracts people of all ages.
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