BMX: The colours of the Maryborough BMX club will be visible throughout the BMX Queensland State Titles underway in Brisbane over the next few days.
A contingent of 13 Maryborough riders will compete in the three-day championships.
Club president and publicity officer Angela Browning are proud of the commitment these riders during a challenging season.
“I am very proud of the work and the commitment these riders have shown in preparing for the event with everything that has been thrown at them this year with COVID-19,” she said.
The cancellation of the BMX Australia National titles and the World Titles make this the most significant event they can race in on the calendar.
The club has three current Q plate riders heading to the championships including Shae Rufus who is a dual plate holder for Cruiser (8Q) and her age challenge class (5Q).
Taya Rufus is also a dual plate holder with Cruiser (3Q) and (1Q) in her age challenge class.
Campbell Allan also holds the (5Q) plate in his age challenge class.
“On behalf of the club I want to wish all the riders the best of luck,” Browning said.
Racing commences tomorrow at 8 am with races to be live-streamed. For further details visit the BMX Queensland website at https://www.bmxq.org.au/
- Campbell Allan
- Maison Lefeber,
- Vincent Dalecki
- left to right: Justin McLeish, Jarrah Rober’t, Teya Rufus, Phoenix Rober’t, Rhys Graves, Shae Rufus, Cadell Sheppard, Wayne Blake Front: Levi Bayntun and Elijah Blake. Images courtesy of the Maryborough BMX Club.