The third stage of the 2019 BMXA BAD BOY National Series at Ipswich West Moreton BMX Club was a weekend to remember… here’s what happened.

COVER PIC: Ipswich West Moreton BMX rider loving the national series on home dirt. (Pic courtesy of Get Snapt)

With close to 500 riders taking to the Ipswich strip last weekend, endless stories were created and impressive results recorded that just needed to be shared.

Saturday’s action began with challenge riders throwing down the heat in their first three motos while the fourth round of the superclass got their piece of the action racing their motos and finals.

Many riders got the perfect start to their weekend recording perfect results. Read the report on the challenge riders – HERE.

There was also some impressive results in the superclass with Josh McLean and Leanna Curtis getting the job done in their respective finals.

Read that report – HERE before watching their finals below.

While the racing was going down, BMXA stopped and took the time to celebrate the people who help make the event what it is… the officials.

Here’s their story and why they do what they do.

Sunday’s action was similar to its predecessor, fast paced and accompanied by a cheering crowd trackside.

Throughout the day, BMXA followed two stories. One being the 10-girl’s class, and the other being the two Josh’s in the elite men’s.

Watch them below!

 While Josh Boyton took the chocolates in the men’s elite final, Oliver Moran also got his spot on the top of the podium in the junior men’s.

Watch his final below!

Also finding the podium were the elite and junior elite women – CLICK HERE!

The elite classes may seem to be the feature of the weekend, but they weren’t the only ones to touch the track and come away with impressive results.

The challenge riders completed their fourth moto before finals commenced. There were some home state riders and visiting riders who came away from the weekend not only winning one class, but also winning the cruiser event too! – CLICK HERE!

The race of the weekend goes to the 16-boy’s class. Returning from his holiday in Ethiopia (READ HERE), Beenleigh’s Buddha Baum took on a pair of Kiwi’s in the final and got to the finish line first in an exciting battle.


To watch every final from the third stage of the 2019 national series – CLICK HERE!

BMXA’s official photographer, Get Snapt was also busy on the weekend and the images captured are on their website. Head HERE and see if you were in their crosshairs.

Here is some of the social media posted around the event!

All eyes now turn to the biggest event on the BMXA calendar. The 2019 BMXA BAD BOY National Championships at Shepparton BMX Club!

Are you joining us?

Entries for challenge riders may have closed – but entries for championships riders are still open!


Let us know and tag #BMXANats19 to get amongst the excitement!