This unique show first appeared in the United Kingdom in 1929 and throughout the 1930‘s. By 1950 there were many Walls of Death”
in the Country. Today there are few remaining in the World with only
a handful of people able to meet the exacting standards required.

There are only twoWalls of Death in this country, one of which is the famous Ken Fox Wall.

The Wall of Death is indeed one of the last great live shows travelling today and is a major attraction at many events throughout the UK.

Ken Fox is recognised as the World's Leading Wall of Death Rider
and has numerous television appearances to his credit, including ITV's Heartbeat and You Bet. The Ken Fox Wall of Death is also the one featured on BBC1 and has recently been on Blue Peter. The show is also regularly seen on the Discovery and other satelite channels.

The Ken Fox Wall of Death was built in 1995 by Ken Fox and his colleagues. It was built in a massive ship yard at New Brighton and was completed in just 20 weeks, a mammoth task! After being built up for trials at New Brighton, the Wall made it's official travelling debut at the 1995 Rempstone Steam Rally. The Wall itself is 20ft high and 32ft diameter.

It is constructed of Oregon Pine, the aquisition of a sufficient quantity of which was no mean feat.