From selfies all the way through to some of our video’s. Take a look at what went down at the Nerang BMX Club for the fourth round of the 2018 BMXA National Series.
COVER PIC: Nerang BMX Club hosting the fourth round of the 2018 BMX Australia National Series on the Gold Coast. (Pic courtesy of MadB Photography)
For the last couple of days, the focus has been on what went down on the track during the fourth round of the national series. But now it’s time to talk about what happened trackside with all the incredible supporters and members who attended the sunny Gold Coast event.
From riders celebrating their success to family members loving the atmosphere, everyone got a taste of the action and shared it with the world on social media. Here are just a few of the #BMXANS posts circulating the globe.
Growing up racing against the same people day in day out creates a special bond. Melanie Gibson and the 30+ women’s masters have that and relish at the chance soon to do it again soon. Friends first, racing second.
Sara Jones from Caboolture BMX Club has every reason to be excited. She has just taken out the 2018 National Series title for the elite women’s class…. so why not post a photo?
Winning isn’t everything and for Jayce Cunning, his time spent on the Nerang BMX Track was exactly what he wanted.
BMX, racing and mates… what more could you ask for from a weekend. Check out these legends who love the opportunity to take a photo.
We had two days of incredible weather, racing and passionate supporters trackside which has been consistent throughout the entire national series. Check out our day one and day two wraps from all the action.
One of our favourite stories that had to be covered at the Nerang BMX Club over the weekend was that of Debbie ‘Possum’ Lockwood and her daughter Erin, who is the 2018 elite women’s national champion. Take a look.
The Sakakibara’s have returned to Aussie soil with a bang and did so with another pair of wins in the elite level.
It wasn’t just our competitive classes that were getting a taste of the action. Our sprocket shredders were out and about and loved every minute of it.
8 gates of our sprocket riders on track now. This is our participation class for riders aged 5 through to 7. Future talent on track now, crazy to think that a 2036 Olympian could be on track now! #BMXAFamily #BMXANS #WeAreGoldCoast pic.twitter.com/7kbKdggSuK
— BMX Australia (@BMXAustralia) July 22, 2018
If you are thirsty for more social media content from the fourth round of our national series – take a look at the #BMXANS on Instagram or Facebook.
If you’re hungry for more national series action. The fifth round at Cross Keys BMX Club in South Australia is only a couple of weeks away. (August 18-19)
To enter + find out more CLICK HERE.