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The Netherlands wasn’t the only place that had BMX action on the track over the weekend. Take a look at some of the results on home soil below.

Southside BMX Club are continuing their season with week 10 of their local series.

There were 115 riders out on the track including the participation classes of sprockets and mini-wheelers.

Challenging the host club on the track was sole visitor Jordan Callum from Rockingham BMX Club who crossed the finish line first in the Open 20” class.

For the full list of results – CLICK HERE

Heading to the Northern Territory, rounds two and three of the 2018 BMXNT Grand Tour were held over Saturday and Sunday and it was clear that riders are getting ready for round three of the 2018 BMX Australia National Series on June 23-24. For more info about this event – CLICK HERE

Over a hundred riders turned up on both days and some riders produced flawless performances all weekend long. Round 2 was held at Jingili BMX Club with round 3 following the next day at Satellite City BMX Club.

Starting off our list of perfect performances on both days include:

  • Ethan Sues – 8-boy’s from Jingili BMX Club
  • Cale Maurice – 11-boy’s and 8-12 cruiser from Jingili BMX Club
  • Madison Walker – 9-girl’s from Satellite City BMX Club
  • Kyla Satori – 10-girl’s from Jingili BMX Club
  • Holly Parsons – 9-girl’s from Red Centre BMX Club
  • Caitlin Jong – 13-girl’s from Satellite City BMX Club
  • Charlee Bussenschutt – 16-girl’s from Satellite City BMX Club
  • Geoff Fox – 50+ men’s cruiser from Satellite City BMX Club
  • Michael Carter – 30-39 men’s cruiser from Jingili BMX Club

Take a look at the action through some Facebook post’s below!


For the full list of results from the Grand Tour hit up the links below.

For round two – CLICK HERE

For round three – CLICK HERE

There were almost 400 entries for the fifth and sixth rounds of the BMXSA State Series at Cross Keys and The Cove BMX Club over the weekend with the host club’s riders racing with a point to prove.

Several Cross Keys riders had a successful day out at their home track on Saturday including Cannyn Hayes in the 9-boy’s, Samuel Ivas 10-boy’s, Alexander Abbate 17-29 men, Ngari Jenkins 30+ men, Amy Main 8-9 girl’s and John Cobby in the 40+ cruiser.

On Sunday there was hometrack success at The Cove for Charlie Daff in the 8-boy’s, Luke Daff in the 17-29 cruiser and Dontay Cooper in the 13-14 boy’s cruiser.

In the Superclass events, Tim Siinmaa from Knox BMX Club went back-to-back on both days to lead the series while in the corresponding women’s category Marisa Peressoni from Tea Tree Gully BMX Club took the honours on Saturday before Georgia Potter from Happy Valley bested Peressoni on the Sunday.

For a full list of results from Saturday – CLICK HERE 

For a full list of results from Sunday – CLICK HERE

Concluding our weekend wrap of BMX in Australia, we head to Sarina BMX Club who held the 2018 Mackay City Auto Group North Queensland Games on Sunday. Over 150 riders were racing in sunny but windy conditions producing some nail biting races.

In the Superclasses, Tristyn Kronk from Walkerston BMX Club had a great day of racing, besting Adam De Nys and Peter Little onto the podium by only a second. Have a look at the race below!

In the women’s, it was hometown hero Katie Van Zanden who had a spectacular day, comprehensively winning all seven motos to finish top of the podium in front of Taylor Kerr and Jessica Doring.

For a full list of results – CLICK HERE

Well done to all riders who raced over the weekend, whether you came first or last – you’re still having a go on the track and that’s all that matters!