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The 2017 BMX Australia National Championships will see close to 1800 riders from 94 clubs nationwide take to the supercross track at the Sleeman Sports Complex in Brisbane. With ages ranging from five-years-old all the…

The 2017 BMX Australia National Championships will see close to 1800 riders from 94 clubs nationwide take to the supercross track at the Sleeman Sports Complex in Brisbane. With ages ranging from five-years-old all the way through to some in their sixties, the event has truly been one for young and old.

The event opened with two days of practice, before the opening afternoon of racing on Wednesday April 26 – the final round of the Grands Assault National Series. Run over five rounds, the Grands Assault awarded a major prize to each class series winner of a return trip to the USA to compete in the USA BMX Grand Nationals in November.

On Thursday April 27 the Cruiser, Sprocket and Retro classes took to the track to race for an Aussie plate. Friday April 28 was all about the challenge classes, where all riders hoped to claim the coveted #1A plate.

Each day’s replay will be added in chronological order below when it becomes available.

WEDNESDAY APRIL 26 – GRANDS ASSAULT NATIONAL SERIES FINALE

READ THE RACE REPORT – HERE

THURSDAY APRIL 27 – CRUISERS, SPROCKETS & RETRO

READ THE RACE REPORT – HERE