Jack Fahey isn’t just a BMX rider. He is an energetic performer—both on and off the bike. From his earliest antics on the Gold Coast of Australia to his most current international escapades, Fahey throws theatrical spice into all that he does; and as he rose through the ranks of the professional BMX world, his name became synonymous with entertainment. Every rider knows that when Jack Fahey is present—whether it’s an exhibition, a competition, or demonstration at a school anti-bullying assembly—everyone is going to have a good time. He sets the vibe for the whole show.
Fahey’s love for entertaining others led him to branch off into other artistic endeavors. He started by creating his own YouTube channel, which consists of funny skits and escapades from his every day life. Then, in 2013, Fahey expanded into music, becoming a Hip-Hop artist and releasing his debut album The Movement in 2015.
“I don’t want to limit myself to just being a BMX rider,” Fahey began. “I enjoy getting to be myself and that means music and entertaining others as well. At the end of the day, it’s all smiles for me.”