A spectacular spread of racing over a weekend with so many riders producing outstanding results, enjoy!
This weekend hosted a score of events from around Australia with riders battling it out for the top spot on the podium as well as those who are just itching to get on the track.
Western Australia’s Southside BMX Club held their Week 8 season race day on Saturday 14 with eight competitive classes having a crack on the track. The home club heroes consisted of four riders from a wide range of age groups.
The winning Southside riders included Oliver Hogan (9 Years), Blake Lansley (11 Years), Adam Lewis (Open Cruiser) and Isabell Ridley who competed in the Open Girls (14 and under) class.
Continuing our weekend wrap was rounds two and three of the 2018 Metro Interclub Challenge. Saturday, had Castle Hill BMX Club play host to over 170 riders while on Sunday, Sydney BMX Club had 150.
Incredibly, all those who won on Saturday backed it up winning again on Sunday. They are; Jye Galloway from Penrith BMX Club (8 years riders), Pheonix Stevis from Sydney BMX Club (9-10 aged riders), Kaylan Harris from Penrith BMX Club (11-12 aged riders), Thomas Degenhardt from Sydney BMX Club (13-14 aged riders), Liam Carruthers from Castle Hill BMX Club (15-16 aged riders), Adam Sylvester from Penrith BMX Club (25+ riders), Chelsea Heiler from Penrith BMX Club (Pro Women) and Harrison Craig from Castle Hill BMX Club (Pro Men).
To see the results from Round 2: CLICK HERE
To see the results from Round 3: CLICK HERE
On Sunday 15, Gawler BMX Club had the fourth round of the 2018 BMXSA State Series and over 150 riders were keen to continue their run for the title.
Having a round at your local track might be seen as an advantage, but it is well known that anything can happen on a BMX track, no matter how many times you have ridden it.
The winning club on the day that had 18 class races goes to Happy Valley BMX Club with six winning classes and following close behind was Cross Keys BMX Club on five. A Special mention should go to Kade Marsh from Happy Valley who not only won his 12-Boys class but also won the 12 and under Cruiser class.
To see a full list of results: CLICK HERE
The final round of the 2018 Oxley Cycles Shootout Series in Queensland was held at Beenleigh BMX Club on Sunday with over 50 competitive classes producing a massive day of BMX racing.
Continuing his form at the top of the Australian food chain, Corey Frieswyk from Caboolture BMX Club was at it again winning the men’s Superclass. On similar form is fellow club member, Sara Jones who won the women’s Superclass.
It’s a great feeling when everything seems to fall in to place and all day you are the fastest across the finish line. 28 classes were won by riders who comprehensively won all their motos and finals.
To wrap up our Weekend Wrap, we travel to the Northern Territory where they kicked off the first round of their BMXNT Grand Tour series on Sunday at Red Centre BMX Club. Ensuring a rampaging day of racing, 87 entries resulted in every class being competitive.
There were 17 competitive classes racing on the day and Red Centre had a very successful day. Of the 17 classes, 15 of the victorious riders were racing on home soil.
To see the full list of results: CLICK HERE!
But check out these awesome photos from their day of racing through this link HERE.
Well done to all those who participated in an amazing weekend of racing. We can’t wait to see those who make the trip to Frankston BMX Club, South Australia next weekend for the second round of our National Series.
See you then!
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