Coffs Coast Cyclones BMX Club take on NSW BMX State Series

Aaron Miller was one of six competing Coffs riders.

 

A GROUP of six BMX riders from the Coffs Coast Cyclones BMX Club travelled to San Remo to compete in round six of NSW BMX State Series.

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Hannah Beattie continues to show her class coming home with 3rd place on her 20-inch bike in the eight-year girls and 6th place on her cruiser in a merged class of 11-12-year-old.

Dusty Owers riding in the nine-year girls came 7th on her 20-inch bike and 7th on her cruiser in a merged class of 11-12-year-old.

In the eleven-year boys Cody Beattie finished 9th on his 20-inch bike and 6th on his cruiser.

Also racing in the eleven-year boys was Hunter Owers finishing 10th on his 20-inch bike and 8th on his cruiser.

Tyler Calder racing in the twelve-year-old boys finished 9th on his 20 inch and 7th on his cruiser.

Aaron Miller riding in the fourteen years boys finished 5th on his 20 inch and 2nd on cruiser.

Again, these riders have done themselves and their club proud.

All riders are now training hard before they travel to Nerang to compete in the BMX South Queensland City Challenge on 28 November.

 

By John Miller

 

Tyler Calder,Hannah Beattie, Dusty Owers,Cody Beattie,and Hunter Owers.

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