What a remarkable start to the 2019 UK BMX National Series, with zero hesitation our riders got stuck in and pushed hard from the beginning. It really showed with results that speak for themselves!
We give a big shout out to Aaron Holloway who unfortunately had a big crash on Sunday. We're happy to say that he's been given the all clear!
Male 6 and under witnessed Itai Jamera coming in with 2nd place for both rounds. Male 8 saw the oldest Jamera, Elisha, taking 2nd on the Saturday and 6th on Sunday. Libby Copping was middle of the pack in Female 8 with a 5th on both days. A blinding result in Male 9 with Jenson Hunt taking the win with a large gap in all motos and finals. Male 10 had Oliver Copping in 5th place!
Riding two years above in Male 13 is Taylor Hunt who blew us away with a 12th on Saturday and 6th on Sunday. Jayden Seward got 10th throughout the weekend. Alex Talbott, male 14, smashed it all weekend with a 2nd on Saturday and 1st place on Sunday!
Male 17-24 was a big one as it incorporated 24-29. Adam Brazil took a 3rd place overall on Saturday which was a win for his age group, then won overall on Sunday. We are very proud! Callum Knight came in with a respectable 6th overall Saturday, 4th in his group, and then 4th overall Sunday which was a 2nd in his group. Aaron Holloway had good results with a 9th overall on Saturday, 5th in his group but crashed Sunday. Alfie Lovell rode really well but only clenched a 26th overall Saturday and 27th Sunday.
In Masters group, Matt Bourne earned a 5th on Saturday and 3rd on Sunday. Tom Palmer got back into it with a 9th on the Saturday and 8th on Sunday riding his sexy new S&M Steel Panther after coming back from injuries.
Brett Knight, doing it for the Veterans, pulled through with a great 10th on both days. Amazing results in Grand Veterans with Mick Gough taking the win on Sunday.
Junior Superclass saw the newcomer to the team Ryan Martin place 4th on Round 1 and 2nd in the British Supercross Open Junior Men, quality results, but then got pushed over the berm in rounds 2.
For the riders that also ride 24-inch cruiser; in Male 17-29 Callum Knight took the win in both rounds which was a great achievement, with Alfie Lovell in 11th. 50+ Cruiser saw Mick Gough in 5th on Round 2 Sunday.
We are thoroughly impressed and cannot wait for Cyclopark, Kent.
If you missed our video of the first meet up of the year then check it out