Freestyle Now bmx stunt shows – Northam agricultural show

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Freestyle Now recently performed some bmx stunt shows at the Northam Agricultural Show. Over the two days, Friday night and Saturday much radness was rolled out thanks to the Freestyle Now squad members. Lee Kirkman, Shaun Jarvis and David Pinelli were joined by reserves squad members Matt Adkins and Brady Thomas along with recruits squad member Jack Carwardine to roll out the rad to the masses at the Northam Agricultural show. Freestyle Now performed some great entertaining bmx stunt shows with many rad tricks taking place. The weather was perfect with nothing but blue skies. As always the riders performed some amazing bmx stunts. Make sure you check out our coming events page to see where the next Freestyle Now bmx stunt shows will be going down. If you would like this type of great entertainment at your next event please get in contact with Freestyle Now with your requirements.

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Lee Kirkman has the best Indian air seat grabs in the business and he was on fire with them at Northam.

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Clockwise from top left – Lee Kirkman back flipping – Matt Adkins front flipping – Brady Thomas has the nac nac – David Pinelli big 360 tuck nohander.

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Brady Thomas loves to play in the snow with a toboggan, no snow in Northam but.

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Freestyle Now Waroona High School Assembly – stunt show

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Recently Freestyle Now was invited to the Waroona High School for a school presentation. The focus behind the school presentation is to demonstrate and to educate what radness is all about but to also provide a motivational presentation to inspire others with a mix of awesome BMX, scooter and skateboard skills. The week that Freestyle Now visited Waroona High School it was in the middle of mental health week and the “R U OK” program was in full swing. Freestyle Now set up the jump box and squad members Shaun Jarvis and Lee Kirkman were joined by reserves squad member Matt Adkins and good friend Morgan Ray to roll out the rad.
For the assembly presentation the younger students from the Waroona Primacy School also attended so it was super loud with lots of people screaming.  After the performance the primary students went back to class and our founder of Freestyle Now Shaun Jarvis gave a motivational presentation to the high school students on his past experience about “R U OK” and how it is important to have something in your life that you can turn to that is creative and constructive. Lee Kirkman also shared some of his past experiences to help motivate and inspire the students to make better choices in life. Matt Adkins and Morgan Ray also answered some questions from the students during some question time when the students got to hang out with the Freestyle Now squad. R U OK is an important question to ask your friends, as sometime they are feeling the weight of problems and issues and a simple gesture of asking “R U OK” can be all they need to know you care and are willing to listen. If you feel you need assistance with any mental health issues get in touch with lifeline. If you would like this type school presentation at your school please get in contact with Freestyle Now with your requirements.

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The Waroona high school went nuts when Matt Adkins sent a backflip over Shaun Jarvis.

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Clockwise from top left – Guest rider Morgan Ray gets a kickless in the air – Lee Kirkman has the best Indian air seat grabs in the business – Shaun Jarvis had just came back from a injury and was stoked to roll this elbow glide for the students at the Waroona school – Lee Kirkman is a very versatile rider jumping tricks as well as the flatland tricks like this no hander backyard.

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Matt Adkins lets a cannonball fly over the jump box at the recent Waroona school assembly presentation.

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Cowaramup Skatepark Competition – Round 14 Freestyle Now Western Australian Skatepark Competition Series

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Round 14 of the Freestyle Now Western Australian Skatepark Series took place at the Cowaramup skatepark. This was the first time Freestyle Now had hosted a competition in cow-town. What a cracker of a day it was. With 61 competitors and a good mix of competitors in all 3 disciplines the afternoon was set to be nothing but radness. It was great to see so many spectators watching and showing support to the competitors. Cowaramup is only a few minutes north of Margaret River and had a great skatepark with a good spine separating two open bowls. A few competitors traveled down from Perth to compete, it’s good to see they are following the series around. There were also a few competitors from other south west town who also came to compete. Seeing familiar faces is always good as well as new faces who were there to roll out the rad. At all of the Freestyle Now skatepark competitions there are three classes for competitors to enter, beginners (younger and still learning), intermediates (competitors with some good skills) and the open class (consistent and dials tricks) in the three disciplines scooter, skateboard and bmx. There is also a girls class to help encourage more girls to enter. A big thank you to all the competitors who rolled out the rad at the Cowaramup skatepark competition. We would like to thank the Shire of Augusta Margaret River and the Margaret River YAC as well as our supporters, Colony bmxSacrifice scooters and 4 skateboard Co
Round 15 takes place at the Boyanup bowl on the 24th September. Round 16 will be at the Willetton skatepark on the 30th September with round 17 at the Golden Bay skatepark on the 22nd October. Be sure to check our coming events page for all the latest information.

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Clockwise from top left – Sunny Cooke was blasting all afternoon taking out the 1st place in skateboard open – Dylan Schmidt took home the 1st place in bmx open, large tuck nohander – Jiordan Giacoppo once again take a 1st place in scooter open with his powerful riding style, throwing down over the spine – Elise Collins was one of 4 girl skateboard competitors and she took home the 1st place at Cowaramup. Lets home we see more girls at the competitions competing.
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Cowaramup skatepark competition – 4th September 2016 – Round 14 Freestyle Now Western Australian Skatepark Series – Official results

Girls skateboard – 1st Elise Collins, 2nd Grace Cook, 3rd Coco Stent, 4th Roxy Stent

Scooter beginner – 1st Gary Fougere, 2nd Codi Gardner, 3rd Jason Thorburh, 4th Kye Clarke, 5th Liam Mannion, 6th Cameron Cox

Scooter intermediate – 1st Talyn Galic, 2ndKody Law, 3rd Adam Puffler, 4th Kasem Phanat, 5th Shea Robertson, 6th Patrick Larkin, 7th Finn Mannion, 8th Luke Gorey, 9th Jake Pallier, 10th Bailey Ashman, 11th Luke Donovan, 12th Jayden Sutton, 13th Liam Peillon, 14th Rory Beeson

Scooter open – 1st Jiordan Giacoppo, 2nd Brody Groth, 3rd Jakob Wells

Skateboard beginner – 1st Arkie Parsons, 2nd Jack Zan, 3rd Ethan Anderson, 4th Dane Fourie, 5, Ben Cook, 6th Ante Anzulovic, 7th Cavan Payne, 8th Dylan Hodges, 8th Jasper Endesby, 8th Flynn Yeatman, 11th Owen Peillon, 12thJoshua Fry, 13th Harrison Field, 14th Ryan Sutton, 15th Harper Payne, 16th Oscar Zan

Skateboard intermediate – 1st Zeke Cooke, 2nd Jack Foreman, 3rd Will Legge, 4th Elwood Rodda, 5th Cory Botica, 6th Flynn Jackman, 7th Jasper Parsons

Skateboard open – 1st   Sunny Cooke, 2nd Tomo Baker

Bmx beginners – 1st Joshua Oliver, 2nd Lucas Sutton

Bmx open – 1st Dylan Schmidt, 2nd Jon Graham, 3rd Jack Carwardine, 4th Ben Gatley, 5th Regan Lothian, 6th Jason Holmes, 7th Brenton Raymer

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Freestyle Now Bmx Stunt Shows – Kellerberrin Agricultural Show

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Freestyle Now recently performed some bmx stunt shows at the Kellerberrin Agricultural Show. Freestyle Now squad members David PinelliDylan Schmidt , Lee Kirkman and Shaun Jarvis were enlisted in the task of rolling out the rad to the masses. Freestyle Now performed some great entertaining bmx stunt shows with many rad tricks taking place. The weather was perfect with nothing but blue skies. As always the riders performed some amazing bmx stunts. Make sure you check out our coming events page to see where the next Freestyle Now bmx stunt shows will be going down. If you would like this type of great entertainment at your next event please get in contact with Freestyle Now with your requirements.

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Dylan Schmidt lets go like nothing at the 2016 Kellerberrin Agricultural show.

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Clockwise from top left – Lee Kirkman drove 18 hours straight the day before to get to Kellerberrin for the show, his trek across the Nullarbor was slowed down by a break down, in true pro style he smashed the radness out – David Pinelli is the 360 king, tuck nohander ling it aint no thing – Shaun Jarvis throws down a mod hopper while Dylan Schmidt lets loose with a flair – David Pinelli back at it with a 360 this one is so dipped we are unsure if its a barrel roll or something else.

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Freestyle Now bmx stunt shows – Mullewa agricultural show

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Freestyle Now recently performed some bmx stunt shows at the Mullewa agricultural show. Freestyle Now squad members David PinelliDylan Schmidt and Shaun Jarvis were joined by reserves squad member Brady Thomas to roll out the rad. Freestyle Now performed some great entertaining bmx stunt shows with many rad tricks taking place. The weather we not the best for the show with much rain taking place the night before and in the morning. During the day the wind was rather strong at times and then the rain decided to come back at the end of the day. The Freestyle Now squad members did not let that stop the radness and performed some great entertaining bmx stunt shows for the patrons of the Mullewa agricultural show. Make sure you check out our coming events page to see where the next Freestyle Now bmx stunt shows will be going down. If you would like this type of great entertainment at your next event please get in contact with Freestyle Now with your requirements.

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We don’t think that Dylan Schmidt could stretch out this superman and more. 

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Clockwise from top left – Brady Thomas loves to throw in a good toboggan at every show – David Pinelli takes both feet off the pedals and throws one over to the other side of the bike, its called a no foot cancan and dave does them well – Dylan Schmidt mid double whip – David Pinelli has got 360 variations galore, this one a euro table 360.

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Welcome new Freestyle Now recruits squad member – CJ Martinez

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Freestyle Now is pleased to announce its newest recruits squad member CJ Martinez. CJ who is only 11 years old first came to the attention of Freestyle Now when he attended a few skatepark competitions last year. His shear rawness on a skateboard showed much potential for his progression. Over the last year or so CJ has progressed and he can only keep on flowing as he gets older and gets more power behind him. CJ likes to skate open transitions and flowing around a skatepark as opposed to jibbin and skating ledges.

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The Freestyle Now recruits squad is designed to teach young radsters about how a sponsorship works. So many young shredders say they want to be sponsored but none really understand what then means. Sponsorship is a two way deal, the rider promotes the brand, and the brand helps the rider. Too many young guns think that they just get product and that’s it, they don’t understand how the sponsorship treadmill works. For Freestyle Now, the recruit’s squad is the chance to help out young shredders but also to help them educate others what sponsorship is all about. Every young radster must start somewhere. The recruits is just that place. Younger shredders who show the potential to roll out the rad, being inclusive, show the potential to be good role models and the ability to progress up the ladder of radness, one day could become a full Freestyle Now squad member

Freestyle Now is please to have such a rad skater on our recruits squad and think that CJ Martinez has a some great skating to still be coming, welcome to the squad

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Dez Maarsen – Freestyle Now interview

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One of our newest Freestyle Now squad members, Dez Maarsen recently hit up some large bmx flatland contests in Europe last month where he was placing consistently. We caught up with Dez to seek out some information about the contests his new sponsor hook up with St Martin, his first meeting with Paul Chamberlain and how to talk to girls.

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Dez Maarsen learnt this 180 body varial 7 years ago, still one of his favorite tricks – photo Bram Berkien

Congratulations on getting on the St Martin team, what does this mean for you?
Yes really stoked! It’s a big honor to be added to their team and to ride and represent their new parts! The new parts look amazing and I can’t wait to ride them. It’s definitely great to have a sponsor that makes parts that fits my riding! I’m happy St Martin is sticking to the pure flatland parts and I get to promote them with my riding.

Can you tell us about St Martin, who they are and what they do?
St Martin is a BMX Flatland brand from France and have been a big player! It was started by Manu Massabova and Alain Massabova is the team manager now. Alex Jumelin has been the face for the brand for a while now. They have been a big player in flatland for quite some years now. They have a large team consisting of new riders like Owen Bohn from Mendoza in Argentina and some OG riders like Jesse Puente from the flatland fugitives fame and Chase Gouin who is one of the originators of modern flatland riding as well as Aude Cassagne from France, she has an good style. St Martin make two styles of frames plus they have forks, handle bars, cranks, sprockets, stems and pegs. Its a good all round package of product on offer. I’m really happy to be riding some quality flatland equipment.

Why do you ride flatland?
When I started riding BMX, Flatland came pretty natural to me. I picked up the tricks pretty quick and just got hooked on the feeling of learning new tricks. The first BMX riders I met where flatland riders. They showed me which tricks to learn and the lifestyle around it, visiting jams and contest. I just fell in love with flatland and I still love it till this day!

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Dez spinning at the Sosh Freestyle Cup that took place on the beach in Marseille France – photo Melissa Zucchiatti

You recently attended some rather large competitions which ones were they?
Yes it was a busy months of June and July for contests! There were 3 contests in 3 weeks and besides that I had to coordinate another one here in The Netherlands the day before the Cologne contest in Germany. The first contest was the Matthias Dandois Open in Marseille France for the Sosh Freestyle Cup. It was great vibe with a stage at the beach and just good times hanging around with everyone. I rode pretty solid. Tried some stuff on the back wheel for more variation and had a struggle with my x ft hakfpacker. But yeah amazing times here with all the riders. I got 9th eventually.
Then there was BMX Cologne in Germany. A contest I’ve been to since I started riding Flatland. After last year’s absence I was really stoked they returned the contest with the bumper car area (one of the best contest built flatland floors). I managed to pull a no touch run and pulled the final banger!! My signature 360 pressure flip to inside halfpacker! Have wanted to do that at Cologne for a longtime so that was definitely the highlight of the competitions I went to. Ended up in 4th place! So stoked! Only 0.3 points difference with Matthias and I would have made it on the podium!
The week after it was time for the BMX World Championship hosted by the IBMXFF in the UK near Bristol as part of the N.A.S.S. festival. It was the first time I went to the UK for a contest and the whole trips was epic. Unfortunately I didn’t ride the way I wanted to in the final, but still got a 6th place, a decent ranking.

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Dez Maarsen took out a 4th place at the recent contest in Cologne Germany – photo Melissa Zucchiatti

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Dez Maarsen place 6th at the IBMXFF World Championship at the N.A.S.S. festival.

How do you prepare for contests?
At every session I do I try to do my contest tricks. Sometimes I mix them up within combo’s and just freestyle with the combo’s. When I go to the contest I prepare a run in my mind and only focus on those tricks when I’m at a contest. I make sure my tricks are hard and mostly original and dialed enough for the contest. To dial them I try my contest tricks on different surfaces.

Do you follow a certain training regime leading up to contests?
This year was pretty hectic taking care of the contest in The Netherlands, doing shows and working on other stuff. I usefully have a regime just to ride 4 times a week, eat healthy and not go to any party’s the weeks before the contest. I’ll definitely gonna be doing this for Flat Ark since I will be able to focus the weeks before that without taking care of other obligations.

How important are contest placings to you?
I think for every competing rider the placing matters. And I always strive to get a high placing, but when I’m at the contest I don’t worry about what placing I might end up. I just focus on making sure I pull the combo’s I prepare for the contest, since in the end as a flatland rider it’s the only thing you have control over. The past years I’ve been putting in a lot of work in dialing some of my hardest tricks in, with the hope to pull them in a contest and see progression in my contest runs. That’s my main strive in a contest.

What does the rest of 2016 have for you, what contests are you looking at attending and do you have some new combos in the works?
My next contests will be King of Paris and Flat Ark in October. In the meantime I will busy with a big show project also in October. I definitely will be working on some new combo’s before that contest! Then I want to head to another contest in November and then work on new tricks and want to bring out a new edit!

The modern trend in flatland at the moment seems to be either you are a front or back wheel rider, where do you fit into that?
For the past years front wheel has definitely been my specialty. However I’ve also been working the back wheel and it has been really fun. Definitely feel I have still a lot of tricks to learn on the back wheel and I like the challenge.

How did you get into flatland bmx riding?
At the beginning I wanted to ride Freestyle, but it was really hard for me. I was just a small kid with a heavy bike. Then the first BMX riders I met where flatland riders and I was amazed by the tricks. Also we didn’t have any skateparks in my hometown, so flatland was the only option. Back then we were also with a nice group of about 5 or 6 flatland riders, so there was always someone to ride with. Also there was Flatground in Amsterdam which was the first BMX event I went to and the vibe was amazing.

 

Dez Maarsen and his final “no touch” run at the BMX Cologne contest in Germany

Who do you ride with on a regular basis?
My brother Bodean, Gino Stuart, Jorrit van Drumpt and Erik Hogers.

Who would you like to ride with on a regular basis?
Dub and Benjamin Hudson!

What is life like living in Holland, is there a lot of cultural differences to other parts of Europe?
The one thing that is really a Dutch thing is that everybody rides bikes! That’s something that only happens in Holland. Besides that the Dutch are very outspoken and straightforward. Also I do feel the Dutch are more tolerant. However sports don’t play a big roll, accept for when you play football its hard work to make it as a professional athlete.

Do you have any advice on how to talk to girls?
Let them do the talking.

What do you do for income/work?
I’ve been running my show and clinic company for 7 years now and at the moment I’m working on this pretty much full time. Don’t need to have side job at the moment.

You recently helped organized the flatland contest at the soul contest in Amsterdam, can you tell us how that can about?
Action/Urban Sports are finally getting more recognition in Holland. Amsterdam decided that they also wanted to put themselves on the map in supporting action/urban sports, so last April they hosted the Amsterdam Urban. Soulcycle was in charge of the BMX competitions and we put down a pretty good flatland contest and next year we are planning on making it bigger!

When was the first time you met fellow Freestyle Now squad member Paul Chamberlain, and can you tell us a bit about that first encounter?
I saw Paul for the first time at the BMX Worlds in Cologne 2004. I think we both competed in expert class. That was when he was still living in the UK. The next time I talked to Paul was I think at the Red Bull Circle of Balance party. I was really drunk and probably said with a shitty English accent impersonation some quote from Get Him to the Greek (a movie with Russell Brand, which pretty much looks like Paul). And I think the other times I ran into him where also in Japan and me being drunk and asking him to say “stroke the furry wall”. The last time I saw him he told me he finally watched it and said it was actually pretty funny.

You are currently doing studies, what are you studying and why?
After high school I only focused on riding for 4 years. Then at one point I was motivated to start to study for event and artist management, since that was pretty much my interest back then. For the past few years I started to focus again on my career since I didn’t have to attend any classes anymore. However I do feel it’s time to finish and get my bachelor in economics. Studying still has never really been my thing, so I’ll be so relieved when I’m done!!

Is it hard to be original in bmx flatland?
It’s the hardest thing to do in flatland! And flatland is already a very hard thing to do. But in order to make it to the top you have to be original so you definitely have to challenge yourself and be creative and be really hard on yourself. However in order to be original you have learn other tricks first. Still people are coming with new tricks so it’s great that see that flatland is still evolving.

 

Dez ended up in 4th place in Cologne with a flawless run plus he got to pull this banger, his signature 360 pressure flip!(in this video)The level of riding was insane.

Can you tell us anything about the flatland scene in Australia?
As far as I can see there is a small but loyal flatland scene in Australia. With DownUnderGround making sure there are events where the riders meet up. I think events are the most important thing in flatland to make sure riders get together and motivate each other. However I hope to see some young riders coming from Australia soon! I see that Australia is doing really good in BMX Park so why not any new blood in Flatland.

In which direction do you see flatland moving?
In contest way’s I think we’re getting to a system that works the best for the riders. The past years there have been so many different contest formats. Besides the contest I see that we’re actually busy with the future of flatland, which is a good thing. I think we need to grow the sport and have everyone feel involved. About flatland riding its self I don’t know what kind of things we gonna see. I just hope that every rider will challenge himself to progress, to see their riding as their identity and an expression.

In 20 years time where will Dez Maarsen be?
Hopefully Flatland will be involved in the Olympics and I get to be a coach.

Function or fashion, Which do you choose, And why?
There have been some good changes in flatland like the double diamond frame. Also the bikes become stronger because of that. However I still need a functional flatland bike for my tricks. Flatland is already hard enough. So yes function is first then fashion.

Possessions, do you have too many or do you try to live without many?
Collect memories not things right! I didn’t grow up with much stuff so I’m still not possessive. Just live with the things I need. However I do have trouble with throwing away stuff!

Shout outs and thank yous?
Yes I went to thank my mom for always being supportive with my decisions in life! Want to thank my dad for pushing me to aim for the highest things. My brothers for being really amazing guys! And everyone that saw potential in me and gave me a chance to presume my dreams! And big thanks to Freestyle Now for the support and the good questions!

 

Dez in his secret training facility working on his contest runs

 

 

Dez working on some more diversity with this back wheel combo

 

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Welcome new Freestyle Now reserves squad member – Jarrod Murfit

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Freestyle Now would like to welcome to the reserves squad, bmx rider Jarrod Murfit. Jarrod has been working at a few of the Freestyle Now events over the past year and we have seen his expertise at these events. His enthusiasm and abilities to help others roll out the rad has been and will be a great asset to Freestyle Now and to the participants at our events. Freestyle Now is all about inclusion and diversity and Jarrod defiantly ticks the boxes in this field. Be on the lookout for Jarrod at our skatepark coaching sessions and competitions. He is always keen to get a high five from crew. Welcome to the Freestyle Now reserves squad Jarrod. Be sure to give his profile a look over to get a bit more of an insight into who Jarrod Murfit is.

Jarrod Murfit at Merredin skatepark

 

 

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South Hedland Skatepark Competition – Round 13 Freestyle Now Western Australian Skatepark Competition Series

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Round 13 of the Freestyle Now Western Australian Skatepark Series took place at the South Hedland skatepark. The day was hot and so was the competition. It was a great turn out with over 40 competitors all wanting to roll out the rad. The South Hedland skatepark is one of the biggest in the southern hemisphere and the fun that can be had is limitless. At all of the Freestyle Now skatepark competitions there were two runs for the competitors with round 1 in the street plaza section and round 2 in the open combie bowl. At all of the Freestyle Now skatepark competitions there are three classes for competitors to enter, beginners (younger and still learning), intermediates (competitors with some good skills) and the open class (consistent and dials tricks) in the three disciplines scooter, skateboard and bmx. There is also a girl’s class to help encourage more girls to enter. The progression of the skatepark users in Port Hedland is growing at a rapid rate but with such an awesome skatepark it’s easy to see why. We would like to thank all the skatepark users for rolling out the rad at the competition and we would also like to thank the Town of Port Hedland as well as our supporters, Colony bmxSacrifice scooters and the 4 skateboard Co.

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Anthony Dann has progressed so much over the last year. This front scooter helped him take out the 2nd place in scooters open.

Freestyle Now South Hedland skatepark competition 13th August 2016

Clockwise from top left – Tory Burns is now back in South Hedland and has got another bike and ripping it up at the skatepark, first place in bmx intermediates - Kyal Randazzo made the 45 minute bus trip from Port Hedland to South Hedland with his friend Kohi Poharama, a trip that takes 10 minutes in a car, to compete in the skatepark competition. First place in skateboard intermediates and a new skate deck from the 4 skateboard company –  Jasmin Kilmartin showed great courage and entered the competition. a few laps around the open bowl and a few fly out and she took out a first place in the girls only class. Getting more girls into the activities would be great – Levi Ashby was consistent with his tricks and skills and took out 1st place in the scooter intermediate class.

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South Hedland skatepark competition – 13th August 2016 – Round 13 Freestyle Now Western Australian Skatepark Series – Official results

Girls – 1st Jasmin Kilmartin, 2nd Kimi Grace

Scooter beginner – 1st Latrell McPhee, 2nd Nate Hogan, 3rd Ty Kilmartin, 4th Nicolas Galovic, 5th Tremaine Armstrong, 6th Ryan Diver, 7th Alexander Tressider, 8th Danaos Radovanovich, 9th Darren Roebuck, 10th Brayden Murphy, 11th Robert Drage, 12th Ethan Gaskin, 13th Haza Scully, 14th Toby Fuller, 15th Ethan Dawn, 16th Joshua Corbett.

Scooter intermediate – 1st Levi Ashby, 2nd Ian Drage, 3rd Ethan Notis, 4th Kane McPhee, 5th Tyler Brown, 6th Jimmy Woods, 7th Jamal Doyal, 8th Bodhi Gregs, 9th Randin McCumstie, 10th Ethan James, 11th Brenton Kerrod, 12th Jordan Coulfer

Scooter open – 1st Jacob Wise, 2nd Anthony Dann, 3rd Azahary Razali, 4th Cody Broome

Skateboard beginner – 1st Ty Kilmartin, 2nd Bodhi Gregs

Skateboard intermediate – 1st Kyal Randazzo, 2nd Kohi Poharama, 3rd Jacob Wise

Bmx beginner – 1st Bodhi Gregs, 2nd Ty Kilmartin

Bmx intermediate – 1st Tory Burns, 2nd Jacob Wise

 

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Freestyle Now bmx stunt shows – Northam Avon Decent festival

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Freestyle Now recently were at the Northam Avon Decent festival to performed some great entertaining bmx stunt shows with many rad tricks taking place. Once Freestyle Now set up the portable jump box the we began to roll out the rad to the masses. The weather was not the best and rain came towards the end of the night and the show could not go on. Freestyle Now squad member  Shaun Jarvis was joined by reserves squad members Brady Thomas and Matt Adkins along with our recruits rider Jack Carwardine. Long time shredder Ryan Aquilina was also invited along to throw down some of his trade mark radness.

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Matt Adkins firing out a cannonball over the Freestyle Now jump box

Make sure you check out our coming events page to see where the next Freestyle Now bmx stunt shows will be going down. If you would like this type of great entertainment at your next event please get in contact with Freestyle Now with your requirements.

Freestyle Now bmx stunt show - Northam Avon decent festival August 2016

Clockwise from top left – Ryan Aquilina 360 Xup – Jack Carwardine hitting an Xup – Brady Thomas love his nac nac’s. Styles for miles – Jack Carwardine getting a close up look at Brady Thomas as he performs a Toboggan jump over Jack’s bike.

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