GREAT RACE: Members of the Prosperpine BMX Club after thier trip to Sarina.
GREAT RACE: Members of the Prosperpine BMX Club after thier trip to Sarina. Contributed

BMX bandits scoop zone titles in Sarina

BMX: The racing of BMX during the school holidays didn't stop.

Fourteen riders from the Proserpine BMX Club headed to Moranbah for the North Queensland Zone Titles on June 25 and 26.

All the riders rode extremely well and brought home plates and trophies and the second and third placed riders will head to Sarina on July 13 riders for the Queensland Country Championships.

For one rider, Reef Weller, it was his very first event since joining the club this year, and he can't wait till the next carnival.

Club said they were very proud of all the competitors, with the riders' sights now set on the upcoming state titles to be held in Brisbane later this year.

Training has started already and the club has put out a call to any riders interested in joining.

The club trains on Mondays from 5.30pm for Under-10s and from 6.30-7.30pm for Under-10s and older.

Racing is Friday nights from 5.30pm.

Achievers:

  • 8-year - Toby Jenkinson (8th NQ)
  • 11-year boys - Kaleb Jenkinson (10th NQ)
  • 12 year girls - Isabella Allan (2nd NQ), Madison Gough (3rd NQ)
  • 13-year boys - Byron Chauntler (1st NQ), William Allan (2nd NQ)
  • 15-year boys - Anthony Pendlebury (1st NQ), Kaelan Gough (2ndNQ)
  • 16 year boys - Connor Knight (3rd NQ)
  • 16 year girls - Taylor Kerr (1st NQ), Chloe Chauntler (4th NQ)
  • Cruiser Class - Chloe Chauntler (2nd NQ)
  • Cruiser Class - Vernon Dries (5th NQ)
  • Pro Ladies - Taylor Kerr (2nd NQ)
  • Pro Men - Anthony Pendlebury (5th NQ), Kaelan Gough (6th NQ)

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