Riders in Queensland, NSW and Western Australia have claimed the major prizes in BMX Australia’s 2017 National Sign on Day (NSOD) competition, while six clubs have also won prizes this year. For the second year…
Riders in Queensland, NSW and Western Australia have claimed the major prizes in BMX Australia’s 2017 National Sign on Day (NSOD) competition, while six clubs have also won prizes this year.
For the second year running members were asked to ‘bring a mate to ride’, whereby a current member would bring a friend along to their club to try out BMX. If that friend registered their details with that club and became a member, both riders would go into the major prize draw.
In 2017 riders who brought a friend that joined our sport could win a private coaching clinic with Olympian turned BMXA Academy coach Luke Madill, a pair of Redline Bikes or one of three merchandise packs.
Additionally for this year, clubs could go into the running to win a $500 assistance grant. To be eligible they simply needed to register a NSOD attendee as a new BMXA member. An eligible club from each state could win the grant.
Accordingly the winners of this year’s NSOD competition are listed below:
WINNERS OF A COACHING CLINIC WITH LUKE MADILL
Kobi Breen and Kai Breen – Southlake/Illawarra BMX Club, NSW
A REDLINE BIKE – EACH
Jaxson Peterson and Jett Vincent – Sarina & District BMX Club, Queensland
BMX AUSTRALIA MERCHANDISE PACK
William Higgins and Shejana Roberts – Macarthur BMX Club, NSW
Shyannah Warren and Amaney Warren – Karratha BMX Club
Hugh Swaffer and Caleb Azzopardi – Karratha BMX Club
CLUB PRIZES -$500 BMXA ASSISTANCE GRANT
Tuggeranong BMX Club – ACT
Lake Macquarie BMX Club – NSW
Moranbah BMX Club – Queensland
Launceston BMX Club – Tasmania
Ballarat Sebastopol BMX Club – Victoria
Eastern Goldfields BMX Club – Western Australia
*Note: Neither South Australia nor Northern Territory were eligible for this award.