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Now that the penultimate round of the 2018 BMX Australia National Series is over, it’s time to look at the ever so important numbers. Read on!

COVER PIC: High flyers! The Superclass men in action during the sixth round of the 2018 BMX Australia National Series. (pic courtesy of Squires BMX Shots)


A fantastic batch of BMX racing over the weekend included some very close calls that were left to the transponders. These close calls have made some big changes to the overall standings of the Challenge and Superclass division.

Make sure you see who is in the lead before the final round of the year kicks off at Launceston BMX Club on October 20 for a one-day event of pure excitement. – ENTER HERE

 To see the updated Challenge Standings – CLICK HERE

If you missed out on the action over the weekend – take a look below at our Saturday and Sunday wrap!

Another division on the menu over the weekend were the men’s and women’s superclass event.

To see the updated Superclass Standings – CLICK HERE

Bringing the heat were the NSW duo of Nathaniel Rodway from Lake Macquarie BMX Club and Leanna Curtis from Southlake/Illawarra BMX Club.

Take a look at Nathaniel’s and Leanna’s races below!

The seven rounds in the national series can be broken up as follows:

  • Rounds one, two and four are all UCI events, which means riders who contested a championship class at round one in Penrith must compete in all three UCI sanctioned events to be eligible to win.
  • Rounds three, five, six and seven will all offer superclass, which is open to all riders 14 and above. Championship class riders from UCI events may compete in Superclass.
  • Challenge/age classes will be available at all BMXA National Series rounds.

This means that you must plan your events accordingly and be smart about it! Your opponents may be going to events that you aren’t.

Entries for Launceston are closing September 30 at 11pm AEST… get in quick to avoid the late fee and maybe next round, we will see your name on the top of the standings.