The numbers are in and this year’s most successful club during the national series goes to…

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Penrith BMX Club has had a stellar year. From holding successful Ride In2BMX days, to the accomplishments on the track, most notably is the success their riders had on the national series stage.

In total, there were 35 clubs who had one or more of their riders find the top of the podium, but Penrith led the pack with eight national series titles to their name.

Of the eight titles Penrith won, it was the older members of the club who made the biggest impact. Sandy ‘High-Viz’ Cameron picked up the 50+ women’s as well as the 50+ cruiser, while Christopher Page claimed the 40-44 men’s cruiser as well as the 35+ masters open wheel.

Joining Page and Cameron as Penrith’s title holders are Kenzie Edwards in the 8-girl’s, Timothy Moylan in the 35-39 men’s, and the Fleming sisters – Danielle taking out the 13-girl’s and Nicola grabbing the 15-girl’s.

While Penrith took out the top spot, there were many other clubs who got very close to the leaders and deserve their recognition.

Finishing tied on four titles each was Sydney BMX Club and Queensland’s Pine Rivers, with third place being shared between three clubs all from NSW, with the Hawkesbury Hornets, Castle Hill and Macarthur grabbing with three titles apiece.

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