The penultimate round of the 2018 BMX Australia National Series is done and dusted and wasn’t it a belter. Check out our wrap up of the action.
The BMX club in the nation’s capital played host to quite a few riders from around the country… over 400 of them… and didn’t they do it well!
The members of Tuggeranong BMX Club worked tirelessly in the build-up to the event and everything from the track to the bacon and egg rolls were on point.
Two days of jam-packed action across all age groups and classes had the spectators cheering with every gate drop.
Alongside competing with friendly rivals, competitors battled windy conditions on Saturday followed by testing temperatures on Sunday. But that didn’t stop them from enjoying themselves.
Take a look at the Saturday wrap featuring some special members from the Tuggeranong team.
There was thrilling racing from the first gate drop on Saturday and the article below highlights the first day’s action.
Jumping on board the national series spirit was the Canberra Times. Take a look at their articles that covered some of their local talent on an exciting weekend of racing.
Harriet Burbidge-Smith – Burbidge-Smith back on BMX looking for home town win
Amellia Stichbury – Buchanan inspires next batch of Canberra BMX bandits
The second day was just as exciting as the first, with motos 3 and the finals occurring in front of the Canberra crowd, clear skies assisting in a perfect day of BMX.
It is said time and time again that BMX is for all ages and all abilities and our Sunday wrap encourages just that! Have a look for yourself.
Into the ever so important results and it was the NSW duo of Nathaniel Rodway and Leanna Curtis who stole the show in the men’s and women’s superclass divisions. Read more about their weekend – HERE.
Of course, it wasn’t just the superclass on show as the exciting challenge classes once again went head-to-head in a second-last chance for valuable national series points. Read about their great success HERE!
With the round done and dusted, the numbers have been put together and the national series standings are set to go before the final round kicks off at Launceston BMX Club in Tasmania on October 20.
For more information about the one-day event CLICK HERE.
Find the updated standings HERE!
Snapping the riders on the Tuggeranong track was Squires BMX Shots and you can now access images for yourself HERE!
The BMX Australia team weren’t the only ones to capture the action from the weekend. Take a look at our #BMXAFamily members who got around the #BMXANS and shared their weekend on social media.
Well done to all riders over the weekend and we wish all those injured a speedy recovery.
See you at Launceston!