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Margaret River skatepark competition – Round 11 Freestyle Now Western Australian Skatepark Series

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Round 11 of the Freestyle Now Western Australian Skatepark Series took place at the Margaret River skatepark. There was a good turnout of competitors and spectator for afternoon competition, it was good to see many people sitting around the outside of the skatepark on chairs enjoying the competition. Margaret River has always had a good skateboard turnout and this time it was no different. With great number in the beginners, intermediate and open skateboard class it was good to see some awesome skating going down. A few competitors traveled down to Margaret River 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 Margaret River skatepark competition. We would like to thank the Shire of Augusta Margaret River and the Margaret River YAC as well as our supporters, Local BMXColony bmxSacrifice scootersEthereal Clothing and 4 skateboard Co
Work has begun on having the Margaret River skatepark extended. The plans were on show at the competition and it looks like a great new plan. Maybe the next competition will be at the new extended skatepark.

freestyle now - Margaret river skatepark bmx skateboard scooter competition May 2016

Clockwise from top left – Jiordan Giacoppo cam down from Perth and smashed the skatepark to bits with his level of scooter riding skills for the 1st place in scooter open class – Sunny Cooke is one of them skaters that just shreds the gnar and flows around effortless, 1st place in skateboard open – John Graham wins bmx again in Margaret River, big down whip for the 1st in BMX open – At all Freestyle Now competition there is a girl class to help encourage more girls to participate, in Margaret River Armani More was the only girl but that is enough to run a girls only class. It was awesome to see her skating and being proactive with some radness.
More photos can be found on the facebook page here.

Margaret River skatepark competition – 29th May 2016 – Round 11 Freestyle Now Western Australian Skatepark Series – Official results

Girls – 1st Armani Moore

Scooter beginner – 1st Cassidy Barr

Scooter intermediate – 1st Kasam Phanat, 2nd Brady Forrest, 3rd Louie Marsh, 4th Bailey Ashman, 5th Jake Pallier

Scooter open – 1st Jiordan Giacoppo, 2nd Caleb Pratt, 3rd Jacob Wells

Skateboard beginner – 1st Jeremiah Barr, 2nd Angus Sommerset, 3rd Jahli Buttler, 4thDylan Hodges, 5th Jezrah Tate, 6th Alexei Quadrio, 7th Ante Anzulovic

Skateboard intermediate – 1st Rollins Moore, 2nd Seb Messenger, 3rd Lenny Moore, 4th Will Legge, 5th Flynn Jackman

Skateboard open – 1st Sunny Cooke, 2nd CJ Martinez, 3rd Leroy Gibson, 4th Zeyke Cooke

Bmx intermediate – 1st Kyle Cusask, 2nd Ethan Sawyer, 3rd Jason Holmes

Bmx open – 1st John Graham, 2nd Ben Gately

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Freestyle Now bmx and skateboard stunt shows – Mandurah Crabfest – Raw video

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Freestyle Now performed some bmx and skateboard stunt shows at the Mandurah Crabfest. We have compiled some of the video taken at the Mandurah Crabfest of the stunt shows and put it into one video for your viewing. Freestyle Now had a rad set up at the Mandurah Crabfest with the big halfpipe set up and the jump box right next to it. This allowed for some awesome transfers between the ramps. Freestyle Now squad members David PinelliDylan SchmidtLee Kirkman and  Shaun Jarvis were joined by reserves squad members Matt Adkins and recruit member Jack Carwardine. Freestyle Now also invited skateboarders shredders Brendan Cross, Paul Bruno and Connor Harrington. It was two full days of rolling out the rad to the crowds at the Mandurah Crabfest. Freestyle Now performed some great entertaining bmx and skateboard stunt shows. Many rad tricks took place and the people were entertained. Make sure you check out our coming events page to see where the next Freestyle Now bmx stunt show 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 rolled out the rad with some bmx and skateboard stunt shows at the Mandurah Crabfest.

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High Wycombe skatepark competition – Round 10 Freestyle Now Western Australian Skatepark Series

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Round 10 of the Freestyle Now Western Australian Skatepark Series took place at the High Wycombe skatepark. The turn out was great considering the amount of rain that took place the day before and the morning showers. Brooms and blowers were out in full force to get the park to dry up, and dry up it did. There were many competitors rolling out the rad and the spectators were really getting into it with lots of encouragement applause. 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. We would like to thank the Shire of Kalamunda and our supporters, Local BMXColony bmxSacrifice scootersEthereal Clothing and 4 skateboard Co
The next skatepark competition will be Round 11 Freestyle Now Western Australian Skatepark Series held at the Margaret River skatepark on the 28th May, hope to see you there.

freestyle now - High Wycombe skatepark bmx skateboard scooter competition May 2016 - Ben Thomas hand plant

Ben Thomas grew up riding at High Wycombe and it shows, this massive handplant took him to a 1st place in scooter open.

freestyle now - High Wycombe skatepark bmx skateboard scooter competition May 2016

Clockwise from top left – Thomas Dawson is a skater that is progressing well, seeing his progression over the past few years is great – At all Freestyle Now skatepark competition there is always a girls only class and at High Wycombe Mylee Leitch took the win with some great skateboarding – Brandon Dargie throws down a kickless over the box on his way to a deserving 1st place in intermediate scooters – Lewis Theunissen took 1st in intermediate bmx and this cross legged landing jump was just a highlight of his 2nd run.

More photos cam be found on the Facebook page here

High Wycombe skatepark competition – 7th may 2016 – Round 10 Freestyle Now Western Australian Skatepark Series – Official results

Girls – 1st Mylee Leitch (skate) 2nd Imogen Hamilton (bmx)

Scooter beginner – 1st Trae Halabi, 2nd James Byrne, 3rd Zenn Augustynek, 4th Ryan Clark, 5th Jack Masters, 6th Kobi Worsley, 7th Nicolas Hardingham

Scooter intermediate – 1st Brandon Dargie, 2nd Lewis MaCaulay, 3rd Tyler Jennings, 4th Jacob Flavelle, 5th Kody Law, 6th Talyn Galic, 7th Joshua Chapman, 8th Kalen Taylor, 9th Kyle Rewell.

Scooter open – 1st Ben Thomas, 2nd Jakob Wells, 3rd Jason Meintjes, 4th Brody Groth, 5th Sheldon William.

Skate beginner – 1st Thomas Agius, 2nd Hudson Graf, 3rd Bailey Portman, 4th Levi Gilenko, 5th Nic Gilenko, 6th Max Peglar

Skateboard intermediate – 1st Jordan Ryan, 2nd Zachary Willier.

Skateboard open – 1st Thomas Dawson

Bmx beginner – 1st Jaxon Alexander, 2nd Jacob Self, 3rd Taj Hamilton, 4th Bailey Fellowes.

Bmx intermediate – 1st Lewis Theunissen, 2nd Jonathon Cooper.

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Freestyle Now bmx stunt show – Toodyay agricultural show – Raw video

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The Freestyle Now bmx stunt show attended the Toodyay Agricultural show back in October 2015. On show day it was sweltering hot and the sun was burning many. The Freestyle Now bmx stunt show still went ahead and performed some great entertaining bmx stunt shows for the people. Squad members Shaun Jarvis and Dylan Schmidt were joined by reserves squad members Matt Adkins and Brady Thomas to roll out the rad. So much good riding went down with some great tricks performed. This is a raw footage from our last bmx stunt show on the day.

Thank you to the Toodyay Agricultural show for once again organizing a great agricultural show. Make sure you check out our coming events page to see where the next Freestyle Now bmx stunt show 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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Toodyay skatepark competition – Round 9 Freestyle Now Western Australian Skatepark Series

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Round 9 of the Freestyle Now Western Australian Skatepark Series took place at the Toodyay skatepark as part of the Moondyne festival. The competition was a small turn out with a few regulars making the trip from Perth to come and compete and visit the Moondyne festival. 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 Willetton skatepark competition. We would like to thank the Toodyay Moondyne festival and our supporters, Local BMXColony bmxSacrifice scootersEthereal Clothing and 4 skateboard Co. The next skatepark competition will be Round 11 Freestyle Now Western Australian Skatepark Series held at the Margaret River skatepark on the 28th May, hope to see you there.

Toodyay skatepark competition – 1st May 2016 – Round 9 Freestyle Now Western Australian Skatepark Series – Official results

Girls – 1st Kelsey Morrow, 2nd Imogen Hamilton, 3rd Sienna Hamilton

Scooter beginner – 1st Dylan Garrod-Raymon, 2nd Kyle Rewell, 3rd Benjamin Clark, 4th Asher Sorensen, 5th Tyler Ryan, 6th Finn O’Keeffe, 7th Jack Donovan

Scooter intermediate – 1st Talyn Galic, 2nd Sebastian Steven, 3rd Kody Law

Scooter open – 1st Jacob Wells, 2nd David Lowery, 3rd Brody Groth

Skate beginner – 1st Kiedis Solbery

Bmx beginner – 1st Taj Hamilton, 2nd Cooper Morrow, 3rd Tyler Peterson, 4th Riley Brabin

Bmx open – 1st Ryan Aqulina

Short video of some of the scooter action by Jacob Wells

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Willetton skatepark competition – Round 8 Freestyle Now Western Australian Skatepark Series

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Round 8 of the Freestyle Now Western Australian Skatepark Series took place at the Willetton skatepark. There was a good turnout of competitors and spectator for afternoon competition with a total of 63 competitors. Willetton has always had large numbers at the competition and this competition was no different. 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 Willetton skatepark competition. We would like to thank the City of Canning and our supporters, Local BMXColony bmxSacrifice scootersEthereal Clothing and 4 skateboard Co
The next skatepark competition will be Round 11 Freestyle Now Western Australian Skatepark Series held at the Margaret River skatepark on the 28th May, hope to see you there.

freestyle now - Willetton skatepark bmx skateboard scooter competition april 2016

Clockwise from top left – Kieran Ramsay flipping the little jump box on his way to a 1st place in scooter open – Its always a pleasure to see Ross McBride skate and to see is progression 1st in skateboard intermediate  – Jess Whitehead has progressed so much over the past year, decade over the hip and a 1st in open bmx – Imogen Hamilton is rad, a 1st place in the girls class. More photos can be found on the facebook page here

Willetton skatepark competition – 22nd April 2016 – Round 8 Freestyle Now Western Australian Skatepark Series – Official results

Girls – 1st Imogen Hamilton, 2nd Kelsey Morrow, 3rd Liz Walley, 4th Sienna Hamilton

Scooter beginner – 1st Michael Harris, 2nd Riley Miller, 3rd Jarrad Fautley, 4th Brady DeHoop, 5th Liam Hillman, 6th Owen Bould 7th Ethan Jones, 8th Boston Brown, 9th Lachlah Frandson, 10th Xavier Dieoricks, 11th Declan Buswell-Smith, 12th Josh Hughes, 13th Ayden Brown, 14th Tyson O’hara

Scooter intermediate – 1st Jakob Wells, 2nd Sebastian Steven, 3rd Braiden Hills, 4th Talyn Galic, 5th Zac Tarka, 6th Ethan Price, 7th Jamie McInnes, 8th Dylan Harris, 9th Taiyo Wright, 10th Owen Nolan, 11th Theo McCrackan, 12th Jackson Jones, 13th Jesse Foutana, 14th Connor Murphy, 15th Seth Gibson, 16th Noah Neveu, 17th Jordan Field, 18th Caleb Lees, 19th Finn Lappin, 20th Harry Hodgson

Scooter open – 1st Kieran Ramsay, 2nd Joirdan Giacoppo, 3rd James Daly, 4th Jae Yates, 5th Caleb Pratt, 6th Jason Meintjes, 7th Joel Robinson, 8th Brody Groth, 9th Aden Lillas

Skate beginner – 1st Declan Buswell-Smith, 2nd   Xavier Diedricks, 3rd Liz Walley, 4th Ethan Jones, 5th Ryley Logah-Lewis

Skateboard intermediate – 1st Ross Mc Bride, 2nd Shelden Byren

Bmx beginner – 1st Cooper Morrow, 2nd Taj Hamelton, 3rd Tyson O’Hara

Bmx intermediate – 1st Robert Olivieri, 2nd Joel Abreu, 3rd Tom Ayling

Bmx open – 1st Jesse Whitehead, 2nd Jesse Nelson, 3rd Jack Carwardine, 4th Jack Murphy

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John Hughes Slopestyle 2016

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The John Hughes Slopestyle contest recently went down at the Edward Millen Reserve in Victoria Park to a much heightened anticipation. Last year the contest was one of the year’s highlights. This year the riders and spectators were not disappointed. The John Hughes slopestyle is a downhill bmx and mountain bike course full of ramps and jumps that lets the bike riders perform stunts over on their way down to the bottom of the 45 second course. For the 2016 John Hughes Slopestyle there were a few other bike related events taking place in the day as well. The dual slalom race was great, watching riders go down the hill snaking side by side, racing each other to the bottom going over a few jumps and a set up bridge over a garden bed, making their way to the final two. A fun and exciting race set up. There was also a CycloCross race. This is a really great concept. The race consists of a large number of riders most on road bikes that traveled around the outside of the event location all having to transverse an exciting course set up. Grass track, soggy sand, ash felt, natural bush and the most epic, through the inside and on the outside of the Edward Millen historic house that sits on the top of the hill. Edward Millen house was built in 1912 and was Perth’s  Maternity hospital for a good number of years before it started its history as a repatriation hospital and a mental health hospital. On Sunday 17th April 2016 Edward Millen house was used as the starting platform for the John Hughes slopestyle contest. Three Chilies was the provider of the course set up and Paul and his team did not let anyone down.

The video from the 2016 John Hughes slopestyle sums up the day perfectly, awesome action and good times

Starting on the verandah of Edward Millen house the riders pedaled towards a small kicker jump into a landing which took them off the verandah and set them on the way down the hill. Next was the long kicker to the top of a sea container and then drop off into and lander. A small right turn was what the riders had to do before the John Hughes Jeep jump, a 5 meter gap that could have easily been 7 or 8 meters. Moving on down the riders hit a kicker that sent them into the trees, a bridge through the trees was made that stood almost 3 meters off the ground, they had to get that right on their landing as halfway down the bridge they had to thread the needle between the large branches, once that was navigated it was straight off the bridge onto a lander before hitting another kicker into the beautiful constructed curved wall ride, what a magnificent bit of engineering the curved wall ride is. Leaving eh wall ride into a lander the riders had to be 150% committed to hit the left handed hip, the gap was daunting and you had to land good, miss a responsive takeoff and you were hating life. after the hip it was a 180 turn around on a quarter and bank toward the last three booter jumps. The first was more of a set up jump, but some riders were tricking it and the last two saw so much radness go down its hard to describe it all, multiple whips, spins, rotations, and twisted bodies and bikes in mid air. This was a full on white knuckle ride from top to bottom, and only the best would make it

Competitors Lee Kirkman and Nathan Philips take you through the 2016 John Hughes Slopestyle course

The judges were looking at who would take out the win. They were judging on three different criteria. Flow, how consistent, how smooth and generally making things look easy. Extension, how much height and how stretched tricks their tricks were. The last one was Rad, how much radder was their run compared to others, an amazing run that encapsulates flow and extension in an outstanding manner. Each rider got 3 runs down the hill with their lowest score from a run being dropped and then their remaining two runs added together to form their total points. The higher the points the higher the placing.
The 21 riders that were invited to compete were a mix of talent. In all honesty it was hard to get more Mountain bikers into the event, but it was good to have the two that we did. The remaining bmx riders were a mix of park riders and dirt jumpers from around the country. The day before the contest was beautiful and sunny, on contest day rain was imminent. It did rain over night, not what we really wanted. The sun did come out to play for most of the day but cat litter was still needed to used on the course for the area just after the hip as it just was not drying out.

John Hughes Slopestyle 2016 Daniel Chiarelli tuck nohander at the start of the down hill course - photo by Jake Meadley

Daniel Chiarelli came from New South Wales and ripped the course apart with so much radness to take the win. Tuck nohander at the top of the course coming straight off the verandah of the historical Edward Millen House. Photo by Jake Meadley

With the dual slalom and the Cyclocross events done and dusted it was time for the main event the John Hughes Slopestyle. It was the most hectic few hours. Seeing each rider fly down the course interacting with each of the obstacles was a memory most won’t forget in a hurry. The crowd was just in awe of the shear radness the riders were expressing. From the start you could see who had it and who was just making it. Some of the stand outs of the day. Jack Fahey front flipping onto the sea container. Jack had travelled from California to Brisbane the day before and then onto a connecting flight to Perth, arriving at 10pm the day before the contest. You could see he was a bit jet lagged but in true Jack Fahey form he put on a great show of talent and enjoyed the day. Josh DeReus jumping onto the sea container landing into a hang five, that was like “are you kidding me” he rolled the length of the sea container but just could not make it and on his second attempt bailed hard off the sea container into the landing. A good winding was all he got, he was lucky. Jay Wilson 360’ed off the sea container to almost flat, he missed the landing ramp with only his back wheel catching the very last bit of it. That distance was large, and he just kept on going as if it was nothing. Nathan Philps adjusting himself as he powered through the tree bridge so that he would make the needle thread between the two tree branches. You could see him lean the bike to one side so his bars did not catch. Joey Graham jumped the hip and bailed hard, just missing the landing and coming down 50/50 on the side of the lander, he got back up and continued on the last of the few jumps, where he went down again, a true bmx gladiator. Nathan Philips backflip whip over the last jump. Dylan Schmidt was on fire. Mike Ross doing three tricks in one jump. Daniel Chiarelli every time he came down the hill.
The most unfortunate thing that happened was a brief shower of rain just after the qualifying was finished, the top 8 were moving into a final. Everyone waited for the sun to come out, it did but not enough heat was in the rays to dry the course up fast enough. Just when things were looking like it was a go for finals another shower of rain which shut the whole course down. There was to be no finals. The results went on the qualifying, there was not much else we could do except announce the winners.
The 2016 John Hughes Slopestyle contest was one of the most unique events in the world. BMX and Mountain bikes competing in the same contest on the same course with a unique set up. we hope that this type of event takes place again in the near future and that it can be built on to become something legendary
Big thanks to the John Hughes dealership and the Town of Victoria Park for their support as with out that the event would not have taken place. Thank you to Tri Events for the management of the whole event. Thank you to Three Chilies for planning out and supplying a super gnarly radical course. Thank you to all the riders for being so dam rad and Hope to see you all again.

John Hughes Slopestyle – 17th April 2016 – Official results
1st Daniel Chiarelli – BMX – $1000, 2nd Dylan Schmidt – BMX – $750, 3rd Daniel Jamieson – BMX – $500, 4th Mike Ross – BMX – $275, 4th Luke Snelling – BMX – $275, 6th David Pinelli – BMX – $125, 6th Liam Smith – BMX – $125, 8th Jay Wilson – BMX – $100, 9th Nathan Philps – BMX, 10th Warren Bowers – BMX, 11th Josh De Reus – BMX, 12th Brady Thomas – BMX, 13th Jack Fahey – BMX, 14th Tim Rose – BMX, 15th Ryan Aqulina – MTB, 16th Will Morres – BMX, 17th Joey Graham – BMX, 18th Lee Kirkman – BMX, 19th Chris Coppard – MTB, 20th Josh Johnston – MTB, 21st Jacob DeAbreu – BMX

John Hughes Slopestyle 2016 top 8 winners

The top 8 place getters for the 2016 John Hughes slopestyle. From left to right – 8th Jay Wilson, 6th Liam Smith, 6th David Pinelli, 4th Mike Ross, 4th Luke Snelling, 3rd Daniel Jamieson, 2nd Dylan Schmidt, 1st Daniel Chiarelli

More photos from the day can be seen in the below Facebook galleries from some of the photographers who were taking photos from the day

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Leederville skatepark competition – Round 7 Freestyle Now Western Australian Skatepark Series

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Round 7 of the Freestyle Now Western Australian Skatepark Series took place at the Leederville skatepark. This was a scooter only competition. There was a good turnout of competitors and spectators for the competition. A big thank you to all the competitors who rolled out the rad at the Leederville skatepark competition. We would like to thank the City of Vincent and our supporters, Sacrifice scooters and Ethereal Clothing 
The next skatepark competition will be Round 11 Freestyle Now Western Australian Skatepark Series held at the Margaret River skatepark on the 28th May, hope to see you there. Keep up to date with all the Freestyle Now events by checking our coming events page here

freestyle now - leederville skatepark scooter competition april 2016

Left, Brody Groth transferring into the flat bank – Right, Jason Meintjes bri whips the quarter. More photos can be found on the facebook page here

Leederville skatepark competition – 16th April 2016 – Round 7 Freestyle Now Western Australian Skatepark Series – Scooter only competition – Official results

Scooter Beginner – 1st Kye Reid, 2nd Blake Kennett,  3rd Ryley Kennett, 4th Boston Brown, 5th Fionn Meegan, 6th Alf Deighton, 7th Aiden Brown, 8th David Novelo.

Scooter Intermediate – 1st Jakob Wells, 2nd Talyn Galic, 3rd Lewis Macaulay, 4th Rohan MacKenzie, 5th Kody Law, 6th Jamie McInnes, 7th Ethan Price, 8th Corey Sloss, 9th Rylan Veal, 10th Jesse Fontana, 11th Jacob Flavelle, 12th Jackson Jones, 13th Tyson Carroll, 14th Adam Puffler

Scooter Open – 1st Kieran Ramsay, 2nd Jason Meintjes, 3rd Dylan VP, 4th Cole Goggin, 5th Brody Groth

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Clarkson skatepark competition – Round 6 Freestyle Now Western Australian Skatepark Series

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Round 6 of the Freestyle Now Western Australian Skatepark Series took place at the Clarkson skatepark. There was a good turn out of competitors and spectator for the late afternoon evening competition with a total of 63 competitors. 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 Clarkson skatepark competition. We would like to thank the City of Wanneroo and our supporters, Local BMXColony bmxSacrifice scootersEthereal Clothing and 4 skateboard Co .
The next skatepark competition will be Round 11 Freestyle Now Western Australian Skatepark Series held at the Margaret River skatepark on the 28th May, hope to see you there. Keep up to date with all the Freestyle Now events by checking our coming events page here

Freestyle Now - Clarkson skatepark competition April 2016 - bmx skateboard scooter - Kieran Ramsay

Kieran Ramsay speeds a nose wheelie from bank to bank. More photos can be found on the facebook page here

Clarkson skatepark competition – 15th April 2016 – Round 6 Freestyle Now Western Australian Skatepark Series – Official results

Scooter beginner – 1st Ethan Rowland, 2nd Seth Wightman, 3rd Jye Keane, 4th Rashid Iranzr, 5th Caden Bianca, 6th Laurence David, 7th Renz David, 8th Lachlan Sebo, 9th Ken Carfer, 10th Connah lambert-Barker, 11th Rusty McLennan, 12th Tyson Bowron, 13th Jamie Marshall, 13th Ryan Clark, 15th Ethan Jones, 16th Jackson Hall, 16th Sean Zanni, 18th Caelan Croker, 19th Ethan Giles, 20th Riley Keane, 21st Jake Croker

Scooter intermediate – 1st Jamie McInnes, 2nd Jacob Flavelle, 3rd Lewis Macaulay, 4th Kody Law, 5th Jackson Jones, 6th Talyn Galic, 7th Joshua Van Biljon, 8th Declan Buswell-Smith, 8th Baily Marshall, 10th Daniel Munchow, 11th Ashton Pallister, 11th Tomo Carter, 13th Corey Sloss, 14th Benn Marshall, 14th Sam Doyle, 16th Owen Bould, 17th Keenan Torpy

Scooter open – 1st Jay Yates, 2nd Brody Groth, 3rd Kieran Ramsay, 4th Jack Deacds, 5th Aden Lillas, 6th Jason Meintjes, 7th David Lowery, 8th Brock Hughes, 9th Tyson Hunter, 10th Joel Robinson, 10th Dylan VP

Skateboard beginner – 1st Ethan Rowland

Skateboard intermediate – 1st Dean Heraty, 2nd Joel Robinson, 3rd Kyle Burns

Skateboard open – 1st Sam Robinson, 2nd Harne Hennessey

Bmx beginner – 1st Riley Morrow, 2nd Cooper Morrow, 3rd Kelsey Morrow

Bmx intermediate – 1st Bailey Horlock, 2nd Sam Robinson, 3rd Luke Tooze, 4th Kieran Ramsay, 5th Joel Robinson, 6th Aidan Buchan

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South Hedland skatepark competition – Round 5 Freestyle Now Western Australian Skatepark Series

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Round 5 of the Freestyle Now Western Australian Skatepark Series went down at the South Hedland skatepark. The South Hedland skatepark is one of the biggest in Australia. It is massive with lines galore and sections that are so rad. Sometimes it can be like a video game and after riding it for some time you unlock new lines. Like they just magically appear in front of you. There was a good turnout of competitors for the skatepark competition. Freestyle Now were in Port Hedland for a few days before the skatepark competition to host a few skatepark coaching workshops, it’s always great to help with generation more skills to the skatepark users. Congratulation to Jacob Wise for competing in all three disciplines, scooter bmx and skate. We would also like to thank our supporters, Local BMXColony bmxSacrifice scootersEthereal Clothing and 4 skateboard Co as well as Town of Port Hedland.
The next skatepark competition will be Round 11 Freestyle Now Western Australian Skatepark Series held at the Margaret River skatepark on the 28th May, hope to see you there.

Freestyle Now South Hedland skatepark competition april 2016 skateboard scooter bmx

Clockwise from top left – Jasiah Dann on his way to a 1st place in the scooter intermediate class – Jacob Wise has been progressing well since the new skatepark has been built, 1st place in scooter open – James Wise gets his toboggan on over the box jump and wins bmx intermediate – James Wise was the only competitor that entered all three disciplines, scooter bmx and skate.

More photos can be found on the facebook page here

South Hedland skatepark competition – 10th April 2016 – Round 5 Freestyle Now Western Australian Skatepark Series – Official results

Scooter beginner – 1st Ty Kilmartin, 2nd Jamal Doyle, 3rd Bohdi Gregs, 4th Thomas McDonald, 5th Brenton Kerrod, 6th Nicholas Galovic, 7th Dean West, 8th Ethan James, 9th Shewarne Rodrigo, 10th Aiden Atkinson, 11th Lachlan Galovic, 12th Chase Hunter, 13th Nate Hogan, 14th Kale Atkinson, Alec Carson, 16th Kobi O’Donoghue, 17th Devlin McKay.

Scooter intermediate – 1st Jasiah Dann, 2nd Cody Broome, 3rd Azahary Razali, 4th Bailey Hall, 5th Malachi Ching, 6th Tyler Brown, 7th Kane McPhee, 8th Ollie Ward, 9th Raydin McCumstie, 10th Frank Dhu, 11th Allan Borell, 12th Brodie Wilkinson, 12th Kyron Dhu, 12th Jordan Colfer

Scooter open – 1st Jacob Wise, 2nd Anthany Dann, 3rd Jacob Kerr, 4th Jay Thorby, 5th Kaleb Hitchman

Skate beginner – 1st Jacob Wise, 2nd Bodhi Gregs.

Bmx beginner – 1st Ty Kilmartin, 2nd Ethan Semark

Bmx intermediate – 1st James Wise, 2nd Jacob Wise

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