ONE local watering hole will undergo a transformation that would put Shane Warne to shame.
The car park at the Mean Fiddler, Rouse Hill, will play host to several Red Bull freestyle motocross riders as they launch themselves from custom built ramps and scale heights of more than 15 metres.
Annangrove local Josh Hannah will be one of the riders attempting to defy gravity.
The 20-year-old knows all to well what it's like when a jump goes wrong.
His injuries to date include a broken back and femur, a dislocated hip and two broken ankles.
He has also undergone surgery for a full knee reconstruction.
The former Oakhill College student said the most painful injury was the dislocated hip.
"I came up short on a jump and went straight over the bars," he said. "You have this little bit of hope that you could save it.
"As soon as I came off I felt this pain and disappointment.
"The adrenaline was pumping and I went into shock because it was a trauma accident.
"As a rider you can usually tell what you've broken and how long you will be off the bike.
Despite his falls, Hannah continues to climb back onto the bike with hesitation.
"When you lay on the ground with broken bones you have thoughts — but after that there are no second thoughts," he said.
His finest motocross moment came last at a competition in Rockhampton.
All the hard work finally paid off as he landed his first backflip.
"I knew the whole day that I wanted to do a backflip and on the last last jump I took a couple of deep breathes and pulled it off," he said.