From racing to backflips, catch up on the action from the BAD BOY Weekend Wrap.

COVER PIC: The Nhulunbuy BMX Club hosting the BMXNT Grand Tour. (Pic courtesy of BMXNT)

This week’s BAD BOY Wrap highlights BMX action from Australia’s Northern Territory and Victoria with riders from as far as fields coming together to race BMX. Take a look at what went down!

2018 Gove Toyota BMXNT State Titles

The first stop on the menu is at Nhulunbuy BMX Club in where BMXNT’s State Titles took place across Friday and Saturday, October 5 and 6.

Friday had the cruiser classes on show with assistance from the Mini-Wheelers and Sprocket Rockets. A total of 83 riders touched the track for competition and participation purposes and the results speak for themselves.

Leading the charge with a comprehensive win in every race was recent Legend of the Month, Mr BMX himself, Jason Eecen from Jingili BMX Club in the 50+ cruiser class.

Similar results on the day included:

  • Hunter Boschen (Townsville BMX Club), 8-10 boy’s cruiser
  • Lauren Winter (Nhulunbuy BMX Club), 10-12 girl’s cruiser
  • Jacob Brine (Harbour City BMX Club), 13-14 cruiser
  • Joshua King (Nhulunbuy BMX Club), 21-34 cruiser
  • Naomi Kielly (Nhulunbuy BMX Club), 35-44 women’s cruiser
  • Luke Mander (Nhulunbuy BMX Club), 35-39 men’s cruiser

To see all the results from Friday’s action – CLICK HERE

Take a look at the action captured on Day 1!

Following into Saturday had the rest of the competitors ready to take charge as the 20inch riders battled it out.

A total of 113 riders had the gates dropping quick smart and the speed from the home dirt shredders was on show for all present.

Using their home track advantage were the following:

  • Angus Luff (9-boy’s)
  • Georgie Luff (9-10 girl’s)
  • Zane Henderson (11-boy’s)
  • Lauren Winter (11-girl’s)
  • Jackson Carr (13-boy’s)

For a full list of results – CLICK HERE!

PLUS – Watch the action from the BMXNT Facebook page!

Not to mention this awesome backflip from Talon Dobson!

2018 Warrnambool Classic

The other spotlight on the weekend was the 2018 Warrnambool Classic in Victoria on Sunday October 7.

Over 300 riders took to the track in preparation for the State Championships on November 16, 17 and 18.

Headlining the event were the superclass divisions as the some of the best male and female BMX riders in Victoria battled it out.

Finding the top of the podium in the men’s was Max Cairns from Park Orchards BMX Club with Wade Turner (Eastfield BMX) and Jordan Morgan (Wyndham Warriors) following close behind.

On the women’s podium was Julie Urben Di Giaimo from Lilydale BMX Club who beat home Phoebe Wallen and Emily Fotinoitis both hailing from Knox BMX Club.

Another headliner from the event included the 8 expert boy’s with Harvey Brooks (1A) battling it out with Tyler Habel (Park Orchards) and Ollie Philp from Sunbury all the way to the finish line.

Take a look at the following riders who dazzled their competitors winning every race.

  • Stephanie Alexander (Knox BMX Club), 10 expert girl’s
  • Samuel Ivas (Cross Keys BMX Club), 10 expert boy’s + 8-10 boy’s cruiser
  • Brenden Sala (Knox BMX Club), 11 expert boy’s
  • Frankee-Mae Keenan (Mildura BMX Club), 11 expert girl’s
  • Ava Fenton (Bendigo BMX Club), 12 expert girl’s
  • Benjamin Hendriks (Eastfield BMX Club) 12-13 novice girl’s/boy’s
  • Amber Dowd (Warrnambool BMX Club) 14-girl’s
  • Corey Millar (Knox BMX Club) 14-boy’s
  • Marisa Peressoni (Tea Tree Gully BMX Club) 15-girl’s
  • Jordan Stewart (Sunbury BMX Club) 15-boy’s
  • Ethan Dowd (Warrnambool BMX Club) 16-boy’s
  • Tania Mundie (Frankston BMX Club) 40-49 women’s open wheel
  • Joshua Jolly (Knox BMX Club) 13-14 boy’s cruiser [combined class]
  • Bailey Stewart (Ballarat-Sebastopol BMX Club) Senior Cruiser
  • Logan Lazaridis (Wyndham Warriors BMX Club) Retro Class Junior

To see a full list of results – CLICK HERE

Take a look at the action captured below!

That concludes this weeks wrap up of action as riders from across Australia begin to prepare for the final round of the 2018 BMXA BAD BOY National Series at Launceston BMX Club.

Entries have now closed so keep an eye out for more information surrounding the event as we draw closer to October 20.