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Catching this week’s Tales from the Berm by BAD BOY, is the championship racing in Queensland. Take a look!

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The riders present at the 2019 South Queensland Regional BMX Club Championships, brought the fire… literally, as the Ipswich West Moreton BMX Club played host to one of the biggest events on the Queensland calendar.

The venue for the third stage of the 2019 BMXA BAD BOY National Series delivered another sensational event, as over 550 entries were recorded on a testing weekend of racing.

There were 48 podiums up for grabs across Saturday June 15, with many home track riders making the most of their advantage by grabbing the top spot.

Those Ipswich ignitors were Nate Argent (11-boy’s), Peter Krasevskis (12-boy’s), Tristan Scott (15-boy’s), Chloe Jackson (16-girl’s), Holyee-Ann Jackson (8-10 girl’s cruiser) and Ross Morrison (35-39 men’s cruiser).

There were also visiting riders who never missed the beat all day, standing on top of the podium after convincingly winning every race they competed in for their respective class. They were:

  • Penni Allen: 8-girl’s (Redlands BMX Club)
  • Mahalia Choveaux: 10-girl’s (Suncoast Hinterland BMX Club)
  • Jasmine Standish: 11-girl’s (Suncoast Hinterland BMX Club)
  • Charlotte Guy: 12-girl’s AND 11-12 girl’s cruiser (Ashmore BMX Club)
  • Bailey Mills: 11-12 boy’s cruiser (Bayside BMX Club)
  • Violet Kurz-Morris: 13-girl’s (Pine Rivers BMX Club)
  • Isabella Schramm: 14-girl’s (Ashmore BMX Club)
  • Callum Howarth: 14-boy’s AND 13-14 boy’s cruiser (Nerang BMX Club)
  • Courtney Oostendrop: 13-14 girl’s cruiser (Ashmore BMX Club)
  • Kira Hill: 15-girl’s (Nerang BMX Club)
  • Jack Myers: 16-boy’s (Nerang BMX Club)
  • Kane Gibbons: 15-16 boy’s cruiser (Nerang BMX Club)
  • Carissa Osborne: 17-24 women’s (Toowoomba BMX Club)
  • Matthew Andrews: 30-34 men’s (Nerang BMX Club)
  • Bailey Wright: 30-34 women’s cruiser (Beenleigh BMX Club)
  • Shane Locker: 35-39 men’s (Nerang BMX Club)
  • Shaun Edwards: 40-44 men’s (Beenleigh BMX Club)
  • Rebecca Seckold: 40-44 women’s cruiser (Nerang BMX Club)
  • Nigel Coombes: 45-49 men’s (Pine Rivers BMX Club)
  • Raina Beesley: 45-49 women’s cruiser (Nerang BMX Club)
  • Tom McClellan: 45-49 men’s cruiser (Centenary Plains BMX Club)
  • Jeffrey Williams: 50+ men’s cruiser (Suncoast Hinterland BMX Club)
  • Nathan Graves: 35+ masters open wheel (Toowoomba BMX Club)
  • Joelle Waites: 30+ ladies open wheel (Nerang BMX Club)

The men’s superclass drew many eyes to the Ipswich strip, as the recently crowned elite men’s national champion, Izaac Kennedy went up against Knox’s Josh McLean, Ashmore’s Kyle Hill, Beenleigh’s Buddha Baum, Nerang’s Jesse Asmus, Redland’s Jye Hombsch and Centenary Plain’s Josh Boyton to name a few.

Returning to where he claimed his first major win at the top level, READ HERE, Boyton took the chocolates with McLean in second and Asmus in third. Kennedy came down in the final alongside Homsbch, ending his chances of finding the podium.

The 2019 junior elite women’s national champion, Des’Ree Barnes is continuing her run of strong performances with a convincing victory in the women’s superclass.

Following behind her all day in second was Pine Rivers rider Kiana Botfield, while the Ipswich local Chloe Jackson rounded out the podium in third.

For a full list of results – CLICK HERE

The BMXA family know the Ipswich strip very well, and also know that their club members are extremely dedicated to the BMX cause. Here’s a flashback to one of our favourite videos this year.

A BMX Club worth talking about.

A BMX Club worth talking about 👍

It’s the story of the Ipswich BMX Club!

#TheDirt 👉 https://bit.ly/2Dh7YPV

Posted by BMX Australia on Tuesday, April 16, 2019

While you’re browsing through the results, why not enter for the fourth stage of the 2019 national series at the Satellite City BMX Club in Darwin. The national series has never been so fierce, and you can take part in the action by entering – HERE!

All ages, all abilities, welcome to try one of the best tracks in the country.

Take a look at some of the trending social media from the event below.

Before you take a look at the other results recorded from the weekend, we would like to send our deepest condolences to our American BMX family members, who have suffered a terrible loss.

Carson Stoffel, aged 15, passed away from an injury he sustained while racing at the Midwest Nationals in Rockford. A carefree and loving BMX rider, he will be missed.

Other Results:

Saturday

  • Moranbah Weekend of Madness, Moranbah BMX Club.
    Challenge – HERE
    Superclass – HERE
  • Southside Rd1 Week 15, Southside BMX Club – HERE
  • Wildcat Challenge, Park Orchards BMX Club – HERE
  • Rd1, Series 2, Terrigal BMX Club – HERE
  • Sunbury Clubby, Sunbury BMX Club – HERE
  • S1 Winter Rd14, Clarence Valley BMX Club – HERE
  • Interclubby 2019, Southlake/Illawarra BMX Club – HERE
  • ChBMX Series 1, Rd9, Castle Hill BMX Club – HERE
  • Casey Club Championship, Casey BMX Club – HERE

Sunday

  • Moranbah Weekend of Madness, Moranbah BMX Club (Superclass Sunday) – HERE
  • Reliance Partners Insurance Brokers WA Super Series Rd5, Cockburn BMX Club – HERE
  • Winter Series Rd4, Tuggeranong BMX Club – HERE
  • SR Clubby S2 Rd11, San Remo BMX Club – HERE
  • Series 2 Rd1, Canberra BMX Club – HERE
  • Series 1 Rd12, Sawtell BMX Club – HERE
  • Series 1 Clubby 7, Hawkesbury Hornets BMX Club – HERE
  • Clubbie, The Cove BMX Club – HERE
  • 2019 Winter Series Rd4, Gawler BMX Club – HERE

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