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Freestyle Now bmx and skateboard stunt shows – Mandurah Crabfest

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Freestyle Now recently performed some bmx and skateboard stunt shows at the Mandurah Crabfest. 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 Schmidt, Lee 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 bmx stunt show - Mandurah Crabfest March 2016 - Dylan Schmidt super whip

Dylan Schmidt always goes big and this superwhip is proof.

Freestyle Now bmx stunt show - Mandurah Crabfest March 2016 - bmx jump box

Clockwise from top left – Matt Adkins shoots a cannonball over the box – Lee Kirkman has the best Indian air seat grabs in the business – Recruits squad member Jack Carwardine gets his turndown on – David Pinelli has so many 360 variations, this one is a dipped one.

Freestyle Now bmx stunt show - Mandurah Crabfest March 2016 - Dylan Schmidt and Matt Adkins double up on the halfpipe

The halfpipe got used in Mandurah in so many ways, the crowds love every minute and more, here Freestyle Now squad members Dylan Schmidt and Matt Adkins get some double up action going on.

Freestyle Now bmx stunt show - Mandurah Crabfest March 2016 - bmx and skateboard halfpipe

Clockwise from top left – Brendon Cross airs over Paul Bruno during the halfpipe shows – David Pinelli with a large downwhip air – Matt Adkins get his backflip fakie on during the halfpipe show – Dylan Schmidt has a nice pair of disco pants (flairs)

More photos can be seen on our Facebook page here.

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Freestyle Now at DownUnderGround

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Freestyle Now squad members Paul Chamberlain, Shaun Jarvis and Lee Kirkman recently went to Adelaide to compete at DownUnderGround. This was the first round of series 8. Situated in the tranquil setting of the Belair National park riders from around Australia converged to roll out some of the best bmx flatland Australia has got to offer.
Congratulation to the squad members for their placing. Paul Chamberlain took 2nd in the Open class and Lee Kirkman took the 3rd place. Freestyle Now co-founder and squad member of 30 years Shaun Jarvis took the 2nd place in the Expert class. The riders are now looking forward to attending the international Flat Ark contest in Japan in October. Rounds 2 and 3 of DownUnderGround are also coming up. Round 2 the video round has now started with entries closing 30th August and round 3 – the finals taking place in Melbourne on the 26 – 27th November.

Freestyle Now squad members at downunderground april 2016

From left – Lee Kirkman 3rd place in open, Paul Chamberlain 2nd place in open, Shaun Jarvis 2nd place expert class, all holding their trophy cups.

Freestyle Now squad member Paul Chamberlain at downunderground hitchhiker

Paul Chamberlain hitchhiking in Adelaide to a 2nd place

Freestyle Now squad member Lee Kirkman at downunderground no handed lardyard

Lee Kirkman taking hands off in the middle of this lardyard combo

Freestyle Now squad member Shaun Jarvis at downunderground 360 cab on the back pegs.

Shaun Jarvis in the middle of a full cab 360 hop

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Pinjarra skatepark competition – Round 4 Freestyle Now Western Australian Skatepark Series

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Round 4 of the Freestyle Now Western Australian Skatepark Series went down at the Pinjarra skatepark situated just south of Perth. There was a good turnout of competitors and spectators for the skatepark competition. Some competitors made the small journey from Perth to attend, which is good as they are making the effort to follow the series and venture out to new locations. 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 and it was good to see some girls competing in Pinjarra. A big thank you to all the competitors who rolled out the rad at the Pinjarra skatepark competition. We would also like to thank our supporters, Local BMXColony bmxSacrifice scootersEthereal Clothing and 4 skateboard Co as well as Shire of Murray.
The next skatepark competition will be Round 10 Freestyle Now Western Australian Skatepark Series held at the High Wycombe skatepark on the 7th of May and then round 11 at the Margaret River skatepark on the 28th May, hope to see you there. Make sure you check our coming events page for all the latest updated event information

Freestyle Now pinjarra skatepark competition april 2016 skateboard scooter bmx - Talyn Galic rewind over the spine

Talyn Galic with a rewind over the spine at the Pinjarra competition. More photos can be seen on the Facebook page here

Pinjarra skatepark competition – 2nd April 2016 – Round 4 Freestyle Now Western Australian Skatepark Series – Official results

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

Scooter beginner – Marcus Stirling, 2nd Michael Strahan, 3rd Cruize Bowden, 4th Alexander Nowotny, 5th Michael Scantlebury, 6th Shannan Marshall, 7th Bayley Pool

Scooter intermediate – 1st Jacob Wells, 2nd Talyn Galic, 3rd Sebastian Steven, 4th Kody Law, 5th Bailey Ashman, 6th Jake De Souza, 7th Jimmy Lee Steeke, 8th Cassidy Retter, 9th Jack Du, 10th Kael McGowan, 11th Brayden McGlenchy, 12th Harlem Stirling, 13th Ethan Rowland, 14th Jersey Ha.

Scooter open – 1st Brody Groth, 2nd Cameron McKenzie, 3rd Dylan Williams, 4th Jordan Field

Skate beginner – 1st Taj Darnleg, 2nd Michael Strahan.

Skate intermediate – 1st Bailey Norris, 2nd Will Griffin, 3rd Brock Dunbar, 4th Billy Carlton, 5th Isaac Cross, 6th Westyn Ruyter.

Skate open – 1st Laken Robinson, 2nd Matthew Russell, 3rd Alex Crabb, 4th Mitchell Green.

Bmx beginner – 1st Taj Hamilton, 2nd Cooper Morrow, 3rd Bailey Jokic, 4th Riley Morrow, 5th Kobe Barnes, 6th Kyron McLeod.

Bmx open – 1st Brock Dunbar, 2nd Michael Allum, 3rd John Graeham, 4th Regan Lothian, 5th Ethan Sawyer, 6th Jason Holmes.

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Freestyle Now bmx stunt shows – Corymbia festival

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Freestyle Now recently performed some bmx stunt shows at the Corymbia festival. Freestyle Now squad members David PinelliDylan Schmidt  and Shaun Jarvis were joined by reserves squad member Matt Adkins and recruits squad member Jack Carwardine. Freestyle Now performed some great entertaining bmx stunt shows with many rad tricks taking place. The people attending the Corymbia festival were entertained from the great performance that Freestyle Now put on. 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.

Dylan Schmidt jumps higher than most and his superwhips made the Corymbia festival crowds cheer and applause plenty.

Dylan Schmidt jumps higher than most and his superwhips made the Corymbia festival crowds cheer and applause plenty.

Freestyle Now bmx stunt show - Corymbia festival 2016

Clockwise from top left – David Pinelli had go so many 360 variations, this one is the nohander style – Matt Adkins performs a cannonball over the Freestyle Now jump box for the Corymbia festival crowds – Teaming up is Dylan Schmidt and Shaun Jarvis for a double act over the jump box, Dylan backflips over Shaun doing a norrie stand – Jack Carwardine get his turndown on.
More photos can be found on our facebook page here.

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Ben Thomas – GAIN Protection welcome edit

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Freestyle Now squad member Ben Thomas is one of the pro riders for GAIN Protection. Ben Thomas has now got his welcome to the team video on line and it is radical. Filmed over a few hours at his local park of High Wycombe Ben Thomas his all the lines and combos with tech to big and burly stuff, you got to give it a watch. It’s easy to see why Ben is currently rank 5th in the world from last year world titles. Ben Thomas and reserves squad member Kieran Ramsay are now both in Queensland for the Australian scooter titles with the hope that Ben can secure his placing to head to the International Scooter Association world titles in Spain in a few months.

GAIN protection also supports the following  Freestyle Now squad membersShaun Jarvis, Dylan SchmidtDavid PinelliLee Kirkman and Ben Thomas. Freestyle Now reserves squad members Brady ThomasMatt AdkinsHudson Goodchild and Kieran Ramsay are also wearing the GAIN protection products. Recruits squad member Jack Carwardine has also got a hook up.

GAIN Protection is a rider owned safety equipment company coming straight out of Australia. It is a fusion between Europe’s well-known high quality materials and rigorous standards combined with Australia’s designs and comfortable and practical implementations. GAIN Protection has a vision to create a line of products, which would be able to keep riders safe while they partake in their chosen radical sport. Make sure you check out their website for more information and get yourself some to stay safe.

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Freestyle BMX tricks – The book

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freestyle_bmxCVR.inddSome time ago Freestyle Now co-founder and full time squad member Shaun Jarvis was approached to help write a book on bmx freestyle tricks. The chance to help out with such a project does not happen all the time so Shaun jumped at the chance. The main reason that Shaun wanted to help out with the book was to use it as another medium to promote the sport of bmx freestyle. When Shaun and co founders Brad Dyer and Georg Molnar started Freestyle Now it was to promote the sport of bmx freestyle, this has always been the main objective and with the book it was just another medium that could be used to do this. Freestyle Now has some copies of the book which you can buy through Freestyle Now via EBay.

Freestyle BMX tricks the book is divided into two styles, flatland and air. Flatland is for flatland tricks and the air tricks relate to anything done on a ramp or skatepark. The book is targeted at beginners riders who want to increase their skill level. The book takes readers through 39 tricks step by step and reveals the secrets to every trick’s success, providing insider’s tips and techniques and common problems. Shaun Jarvis also adds in his trick tips which will help to learn the tricks quickly and easily.

Bmx freestyle has been around in a semi official capacity since the very early 1980’s. People were doing tricks on bikes well before then but the official wording bmx freestyle did not start till then and people and riders started to see this form of bmx riding as a new form or something that was worthy of input. The tricks that were being done back then were of the basic form and backflips were not even contemplated let alone a tailwhip. Progression is what drove the sport, riders wanted to progress and one up the next rider, what more could be done. The tricks in bmx freestyle are endless. Even now over 30 years later the progression is still what drives the tricks.

Freestyle Now squad member Shaun Jarvis has been riding bmx since 1981 and witnessed the growth of the sport in Australia and around the world. From its infancy to now although the tricks have progressed the fundamental ethos of riding is still the same, ride bmx, do tricks, have fun.

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The freestyle bmx tricks book is an instructional book that will help the beginner or novice learn basic to advanced bmx tricks on ramps and flatland. It is not really target at the expert level rider. The format is simple to understand with tricks broken down into three basic steps.

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Although the book has been published around the world Shaun did not take any monetary return for helping put the book together, his payment was “If the book can get people stoked on riding and more people into the sport then that’s enough payment for me” This statement has had some impact as Freestyle Now received an email from Steve S in Glendale Heights in Illinois America, and he was stoked on the book and the content.

Hi Freestyle Now,
I recently grabbed a copy of the BMX freestyle tricks book on Amazon, and I wanted to write and say thanks for it, and for your website. I’m a 38 year old want-to-be flatland rider from the US and find your book very helpful. I rode a little in the 80s and am trying to get back into it. With the help of your book, I managed to bunnyhop a rolled up t-shirt yesterday after only a few attempts. I know it doesn’t sound like much, or very impressive, but it has inspired me to keep trying and not feel as self conscious about being an old guy on a kids bike. haha. I was wondering how tall Shaun is as I am 6’3″ and had written myself off as being “too tall” to learn flat, but Shaun looks like a taller guy, so maybe there is hope for me yet. Anyway, thanks again for putting out the book and website. It has helped remind me about what having fun on a bike is all about. Take Care.

Steve S.
Glendale Heights,
IL U.S.

Upon showing Shaun this email he was super psyched, with a large smile on his face, he knew that even if only one person was stoked on his input into the book then that was what he set out to accomplish.
Freestyle Now has some copies of the book which can be brought via EBay for $30(AUS)(inc postage)
If you are keen to pick up a copy please send us a contact or go via the Ebay site .

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Freestyle Now bmx stunt shows – Perth Australia Day video

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Back in January Freestyle Now performed some bmx stunt shows at the Perth Skyshow to celebrate Australia day. Freestyle Now set up two bmx jump box ramps on either side of the FMX ramp from ASP Xtreme. Freestyle Now squad members David PinelliDylan Schmidt were joined by reserves squad members Matt Adkins and Brady Thomas and our new recruit member Jack Carwardine also came along.  It was a rad time throwing down two bmx stunt shows at the same time with Kim Bloodson on the mic on one ramp and Shaun Jarvis on the other. Freestyle Now also invited Josh DeReus and Ryan Aquilina along help roll out the rad to the Australia day crowds. Freestyle Now performed some great entertaining bmx stunt shows. Many rad tricks took place and the people were entertained. Be sure to check the video of the bmx stunt shows that Freestyle Now did at the Perth Skyshow below. So much radness. 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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Freestyle Now and GAIN Protection

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Freestyle Now is now fully protected thanks to GAIN Protection. GAIN Protection is a new safety equipment company coming straight out of Australia and they have just sponsored the Freestyle Now stunt squad. GAIN Protection is a rider owned company established in Adelaide, South Australia. It is a fusion between Europe’s well-known high quality materials and rigorous standards combined with Australia’s designs and comfortable and practical implementations.

Gain protection safety equipment  freestyle nowGAIN Protection has a vision to create a line of products, which would be able to keep riders safe while they partake in their chosen radical sport. Forgetting to use appropriate protective gear most likely has happened to all of us at some point in our life. I’m sure all of us at some time have fallen off our bike or scooter, landed wrong or had a pedal or deck slap us in the shins. That stuff hurts. Especially if you’re learning new tricks.  Put your hand up if you have ever had to stop riding and head home due to big cuts or scrapes or getting swollen knee or even a swellbow. This is where GAIN protection steps in.
Being bmx rider designed you know that they have taken care of the finer details that other safety gear has not. GAIN Protection products are manufactured from soft perforated neoprene with antibacterial lining that prevents rashes and skin irritation and offers more protection against microbiological growth yet provides maximum breathability and sweat transmission. The Pro pads feature SAS-TEC foam – a viscoelastic polyurethane material with memory effect. After an impact or any kind of deformation the foam returns to its original shape quickly. The protector remains soft in case of slowly increasing forces, however when it comes to a fast heavy impact the resistance of the foam grows with increasing speed. Energy absorption keeps the impact forces to the critical areas at a minimal level. Some of the critical areas are covered with an extremely durable Cordura material called RipStop. Using this special fabric it is very unlikely to cut or tear a hole onto these areas which have to resist the most abuse.

GAIN Protection has all your limbs covered in many different combinations

Elbow sleeves – Great for light sessions or for a slimmer fit. (Perfect for youngsters to wear on knees)
Elbow pads – Best protection for hard session to give maximum protection (Perfect for youngsters to wear on knees)
Knee sleeves – Great for light sessions or for a slimmer fit.
Knee pads – Best protection for hard session to give maximum protection
Shin pads – Removable plastic inserts and EVA foam takes care of shock absorption
Ankle protector – Providing maximum protection without the protectors being bulky or in the way.
Ankle support – Perfect support for your ankle, if you are recovering from an ankle injury or want maximum protection.
Three different combo pads – Knee, shin, ankleKnee and shinShin and ankle – Don’t want to have separate pads, a combination will solve that problem.

Freestyle Now squad members who are currently running the GAIN Protection pads are Shaun Jarvis, Dylan Schmidt, David Pinelli, Lee Kirkman and Ben Thomas. Freestyle Now reserves squad members Brady Thomas, Matt Adkins, Hudson Goodchild and Kieran Ramsay are also wearing the GAIN protection products. Recruits squad member Jack Carwardine has also got a hook up.

Shaun Jarvis concert hall bmx flatland march 2016 photoTimothy Sutherland

Shaun Jarvis – “I have always worn knee pads, I feel more confident when I’m wearing them. Not only for falling off and landing on my knees but for the support that they give me on my knees, just like a compression knee brace. The GAIN protection pads feel good, breathable and lighter. After a hard bmx session they don’t seem to be as sweaty. I really like the anti slip feature at the top of the knee sleeves that I’m using so they don’t slide down as much as the other pads I had been using.” Photo credit Timothy Sutherland

Dylan schmidt double tail whip at corymbia festival march 2016

Dylan Schmidt – “I am currently riding with the GAIN Protection knee shin combo pads as well as the ankle braces. I rode demos all day with them and I 100% recommend them. They are so comfy compared to my old shin and knee pads I was running. I used to get real bad pad rash with my old ones. Now I’m running the GAIN knee and shin pads I eliminated that problem. The ankle braces, It’s like clouds are strapped to my feet. I defiantly gained less hospital trips by wrapping myself up with GAIN Protection.”

Freestyle Now - Ben Thomas - no hander flair - february 2016  - scooter

Ben Thomas – “The new GAIN products are really well designed and thought out. Their technology is way past any other pads I have used. The anti rash material is awesome. They feel comfortable to wear as well as looking good, much better than previous pads I have worn in the past.”

Lee Kirkman Indian air at margaret river freestyle now bmx show

Lee Kirkman – “Really comfortable love the GAIN Protection leg combo can’t believe didn’t have them earlier less time to pad up because it’s all in one and it seems to hold everything in place no knee pad sliding down and not sitting right or vice versa shin pad slipping away from knee and causing a gap and you don’t realize until you hit in that exact spot. Overall really good pads got my vote.”

Jack Carwardine at High Wycombe feb 2016 - Freestyle Now

Jack Carwardine – “The GAIN pads are amazing I’ve been riding them for a while now. Compared  to the ones I use to wear the GAIN pads protect me a lot better and the shin knee combo works great,  protects your hole leg. I don’t think I would ride with any other brand pads now.”

GAIN Protection offer  some of the products in very small kids’ sizes (starting from the age of 4) and the whole range of goods will soon be available for kids under 10 years of age – you can’t get high quality safety gear for the young athletes elsewhere.
GAIN Protection also proudly sponsors and supports some of the best Australian action sports athletes – Alex Hiam and Ryan Lloyd (BMX), Craig Tierney (MTB), Ben Thomas and Benny Lukacs (scooter) and the Freestyle Now stunt squad. GAIN Protection are stoked to have all these legendary riders of the nation on the team and appreciate their help to emphasize the importance of wearing safety gear.

The GAIN Protection products are being rolled out into shops all over Australia. If you need to you can visit their web store via the GAIN Protection web site. Check them out on Facebook Give them a follow on Instagram

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Collie skatepark competition – Round 3 Freestyle Now Western Australian Skatepark Series

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Round 3 of the Freestyle Now Western Australian Skatepark Series went down at the Collie skatepark situated about 200 kms south of Perth. There was a good turnout of competitors and spectators for the skatepark competition. Some competitors made the track from Perth to attend, which is good as they are making the effort to follow the series and venture out to new locations. The biggest class was the intermediate scooter class with saw only 5 points between 1st and 5th, it was a tight competition for sure. 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. A big thank you to all the competitors who rolled out the rad at the Collie skatepark competition. We would also like to thank our supporters, Local BMXColony bmxSacrifice scootersEthereal Clothing and 4 skateboard Co as well as Shire of Collie.
The next skatepark competition will be  Round 4 Freestyle Now Western Australian Skatepark Series held at the  Pinjarra  skatepark, Pinjarra, Western Australia on the 2nd of April, hope to see you there.

Freestylew Now Collie skatepark competition February 2016 bmx skateboard scooter competition

Clockwise from top left – Jiordan Giacoppo took out the win in open scooter with dialled and almost flawless runs, flair barspin in the bowl – Jack Forman is one rad dude. 1st place in skate intermediate, big boneless in the bowl from the young ripper. Hope to see more of him at the skatepark competitions – Collie local shredder Richard Mippy took out the 1st place in the scooter intermediate, he was so stoked. Warren Bowers grew up in Collie and returned to ride the competiton and do flairs on the spine to take the 1st place in open bmx.

More photos can be found on the facebook page here

Collie skatepark competition – 28th February 2016 – Round 3 Freestyle Now Western Australian Skatepark Series – Official results

Scooter beginner – 1st Taj Dowson, 2nd Kalib Galbraith, 3rd Lachlan Wood, 4th Bryce Wood

Scooter intermediate – 1st Richard Mippy, 2nd Jakob Wells, 3rd Christian Silvestra, 4th Kody Law, 5th Sebastian Steven, 6th Adam Puffler, 7th Will Urkko, 8th Talyn Galic, 9th Robert Lee, 10th Cody Jarvis, 11th Jacob Snell, 12th Jordan Pullan, 13th Brayden Pianta, 14th Louie Marsh, 15th Bailey Ashman, 16th Luke Gorey, 17th Jayden Sutton, 18th Harry Ward

Scooter open – 1st Jiordan Giacoppo, 2nd Cameron McMullen, 3rd Dylan Roberts, 4th Brody Groth

Skate beginner – 1st Ryan Sutton

Skate intermediate – 1st Jack Forman, 2nd Ethan Hadfield, 3rd Cody Kidd, 4th Lachlan Dean

Bmx beginner – 1st Louie Marsh, 2nd Lincoin Skilling

Bmx intermediate – 1st Christian Silvestro, 2nd Bodene Harris, 3rd Ryan Dye, 4th Kyle Cusack

Bmx open – 1st Warren Bowers, 2nd Jarrod Minniecon

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Welcome Ben Thomas – Freestyle Now squad member

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Freestyle Now would like to welcome Ben Thomas to the Freestyle Now squad. Ben Thomas started riding scooters in 2008 and has been progressing ever since then till he is now classed as one of the world’s best scooter riders. Ben has been rolling at many of the Freestyle Now coaching sessions and competitions over the past few months so we thought we would make him an official Freestyle Now squad member. Ben brings not only some of the raddest moves on a scooter to Freestyle Now but a great positive attitude that is a major asset at all of our events. Ben Thomas has got some serious competition wins under his belt. Over the last few years Ben has not only just taken top placings with in Australia but he has place in the top five in all the ISA World championship competitions since 2012 – 2015. 2nd place in 2012, 5th place in 2013, 4th place in 2014 and taking a 5th place in 2015. This is remarkable considering the amount of riders and how hard the competition is at such an event. Ben also recently attend the 2015 Scootfest World Cup in England where he place 1st.

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No handed flair at his local skatepark, High Wycombe

Ben Thomas had this to say about becoming a Freestyle Now squad member. “I enjoy riding for and being a part of Freestyle Now. They are a really cool, chilled out bunch of dudes that just love to enjoy themselves and have a good time within the sports of scooters, bmx and skateboarding. I quite enjoy doing coaching workshops and hosting competitions with Freestyle Now, meeting some many younger dudes and helping them out with tricks and stuff like that. Always a good time.”
Be sure to check out his profile page for some info in Ben that you may or may not know and a few of his videos that he has out. Be sure to head on over to one of our events as most likely Ben will be there rolling out the rad. Welcome Ben Thomas to the Freestyle Now squad.

Action Sports Games 2015 - Ben Thomas 1st place Scooter

Ben Thomas at the 2015 Action Sports Games where he took out 1st place, multiple whips over the box

Ben Thomas and a mid 2015 edit

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