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Three rounds of the BMX Australia National Series have been run and won, with five riders leading the ladder in their respective classes in both the Probikx/Champbikx UCI competition and the Grands Assault series. Saya…

Three rounds of the BMX Australia National Series have been run and won, with five riders leading the ladder in their respective classes in both the Probikx/Champbikx UCI competition and the Grands Assault series.

Saya Sakakibara (junior elite women), Molly McGill (16yrs girl’s) and Dirk Winter (17-29 men in Challenge Series and 17-32 men Grands Assault) remain undefeated in the UCI rounds, and also lead their particular classes in the Grands Assault National Series.

Other riders leading both of their respective series’ include Aislynn Weber in the 17+ women and Matthew Juster in the elite men for the UCI series and AA Pro Men in Grands Assault.

Another notable rider is Buddha Baum, who has won each event in the 14yrs boy’s Chambikx UCI series, Des’Ree Barnes having done the same in the 15yrs girl’s class in the same series.

Of the younger riders in the Grands Assault National Series, Portia Eden (10yrs girl’s), Sacha Mills (11yrs girl’s), Shannon Petre (14yrs girl’s) and Thomas Tucker (12yrs boy’s) have all won every round contested so far.

The updated ranking for the Probikx UCI events can be FOUND HERE.

The updated ranking for the Chambikx UCI and Challenge events can be FOUND HERE.

The updated ranking for the Grands Assault National Series can be FOUND HERE.

The National Series next moves to Cairns on April 1-2, where the final round of the Chambikx/Probikx UCI will take place.