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Catch up on all the action from across the weekend – there was some serious shredding going down!

COVER PIC: Riders ready at the start gate at Ipswich West Moreton BMX Club. (pic courtesy of Harry’s BMX pics)


2018 QLD City Challenge – Ipswich West Moreton BMX Club

Just over 300 riders were battling it out at Ipswich West Moreton BMX Club on Saturday July 28 for the 2018 Queensland City Challenge.

Queensland can’t get enough BMX after following on from last weekend’s national series round at Nerang.  Riding on the success they had on their home track, it was a strong contingent of Nerang riders who sat atop the podium.

The Nerang riders include Dylan Dauth (8 boy’s), Kira Hill (14 Girl’s), Tyson Kenny (15 Boy’s), Matthew Andrews (30-34 Men) and National Champion Erin Lockwood (Superclass Women).

You can’t forget about the hosting club riders who helped put on a fantastic day of racing. The successful Ipswich riders include; Sophia Preston (9 Girl’s & 8-10 Girl’s Cruiser), Nate Argent (10 Boy’s), Blake Hawke (11 Boy’s), Kaylee Timperley (12 Girl’s), Tristan Scott (14 Boy’s), Chloe Jackson (15 Girl’s), Jayden Radloff (16 Boy’s), Jason Borg (40-44 Men), Ross Morrison (35-39 Men’s Cruiser) and Matt Krasevskis (Superclass Men).

Even Ipswich West’s Jim Madden made an appearance and took a couple of photos throughout the days proceedings.

For a full list of results – CLICK HERE


Mackay Winter Madness

Keeping the wrap in Queensland, the Mackay Pioneer BMX Club had their Winter Madness day on Saturday with over 100 riders enjoying the sunny weekend.

There is always a fantastic spread of competitive classes on show throughout events, but it was the 47 mini-wheelers and sprocket rocket riders on the Mackey track which caught our attention.

There were some outstanding results on the day too, with a number of riders winning every race they competed in. They are; Hunter Boschen (10 Boy’s), Indiana Menzies (11 Girl’s), Connor Parish (12 Boy’s & 11-12 Boy’s Cruiser), Wilson Wray (13 Boy’s), Jessica Doring (16 Girl’s), Conor Lanigan (16 Boy’s), Nelson Shaw (30-34 Men), Brock De Silva (13-14 Boy’s Cruiser), Chloe Chauntler (30-34 Men’s Cruiser) and Michael Wallin (14+ Men).

For a full list of results – CLICK HERE


Southside Round 2

Heading across Australia to Southside BMX Club, who are continuing their season of BMX racing with another round at their WA club event. Just over 100 riders were on track and we love hearing about visiting riders taking on home soil competitors.

The successful visiting riders include Lucas Cox (8 years), Dylan Straker (12 years), Dylan Clements (13-14 years) from Wanneroo BMX Club and Lance Martin (Open 20”) from Cockburn BMX Club.

To see a full list of results – CLICK HERE


2018 BMXNSW Manly Open – (CITY)

On Sunday July 29, Manly Warringah BMX Club held a BMXNSW open day. More than 250 riders turned up at the track from across New South Wales and beyond resulting in a cracking day of racing.

2018’s Junior Elite National Champion, Nathaniel Rodway from Lake Macquarie BMX Club had a great day taking out the Superclass men’s final with Manning Valley’s Oliver Moran and Tamworth’s Jack Davis rounding out the podium.

Manly had a great day out on track and their riders did their club proud with some fantastic racing. The victorious Manly riders include; Brett Scruse (Challenge 30+ Masters) and Luca Cummings (8-10 Boys Cruiser).

In the Women’s Superclass event, Leanna Curtis from Southlake/Illawarra BMX Club won a hard-fought battle against USA’s Brooke Crain in what has to be the race of the weekend. Check out their incredible final + all the other finals from the weekend below!

To see the full list of results – CLICK HERE


2018 South Eastern CASH DASH

Across to Victoria and the South Eastern BMX Club held their 2018 Ca$h Da$h Open day with close to 200 riders out on track.

Across 30 competitive and participatory classes, riders from around Australia competed for a chance of glory and some came away with the golden ticket.

Winning on your home track is a great feeling and for Caroline Sobotka she was the only rider to do so. Doing it in style in the 30-39 Women’s open wheel class. To see the full results – CLICK HERE!


Caboolture BMX 2018 Ser 2 Rnd 1

Wrapping up our coverage of BMX over the weekend is the Caboolture BMX Club and their club day of racing on Sunday.

Predominantly being home club riders, it was great to see a handful of riders from visiting clubs make the trip to take on their fellow Queenslanders in an opportunity to participate in BMX racing.

The home club riders and the handful put on a great display of BMX racing and some of the visitors even came away with the win!

These riders include Shae McClellan (12-16 Girls) from Centenary Plains BMX Club and Campbell Allan (15 Years) from Maryborough BMX Club.

To see a full list of results – CLICK HERE

Well done to all riders who participated throughout the weekend. Win or lose, BMX is a sport for all and without all participants, it wouldn’t be what it is.

Don’t forget that late entries are still open for the fifth round of our 2018 National Series at Cross Keys BMX Club (August 18-19). To enter – CLICK HERE