This act gets practically the whole cycling complement out. As they
circle the ring and climb one after the other onto the bicycle, the performers
piece together a moving sculpture that branches upward like a tree. This chinese
inspired routine is one of the most gripping events in the entire show. The
brilliant thing about it is that an incredibly difficult feat of balance looks
so easy. No wonder it won a bronze medal at the 1987 World "Circus of Tomorrow"
Festival in Paris.
Then, perched on his bike in the ring, Luc Tremblay is the personification of
coordination, balance, strength and concentration. Things lots of children
dream of doing, like spinning on one wheel and balancing on his handlebars, Luc
pulls off as if there was no such thing as gravity.
Performed by: Irna Arnaoutova, Caroline Franc, Luc Tremblay, Barbara Gosselin,
and Chris Lashua.