The Wyndham BMX Club would like say congratulations to all members who participated and voluntered at the 2017 State Titles event.

Many thanks to Wyndham City Council for supporting the 2017 BMX State Titles held at Wyndham BMX. Councillor Maynard was onsite to accept a Certificate of Appreciation from the Wyndham Warriors BMX Club.

The winner of the United Cup perpetual trophy was Wyndham Club member Jaime Truran. He had an outstanding result in the Masters Class. 

We would like to mention the following riders and give them an extra special congratulations on achieving State Titles plates and participation awards. Overall this was an amazing result for the Wyndham Club. We apologise for any mistakes or if anyone has been missed.

Ava LAZARIDIS 1V 9 Girls
Makenzie COPLAND 3V 8 Girls
Gary MORGAN 1V 50+ Men
Darren PARKER 6V 40-44 Men
Justin MILLER 5V 35-39 Men
Amanda MORGAN 1V 25-29 Women
Lucie KANTOR 3V 25-29 Women
Renn BEATTIE 4V 25-29 Men
Alyssa JAMES 1V 19-24Women
James TUCKER 6V 17 Boys
Brandon ASH 4V 15 Boys
Max LEES 5V 15 Boys
Mitchell ORD 7V 15 Boys
Logan LAZARIDIS 3V 11 Boys
Sienna RICHMOND 2V 10 Girls 
Jai COPLAND 5V 11-12 Boys Cruiser
Curtis O'ROURKE 5V 30-34 Mens Cruiser
Michael SCRAGG 6V 30-34 Mens Cruiser
Amanda Morgan 1V 30-34 Womens Cruiser 
Sienna RICHMOND 1V 8-10 Girls Cruiser
Gary Morgan 1V 50+ Mens Cruiser
Mitchell ORD 2V 14-29 Retro
Max LEES 4V 14-29 Retro
Logan LAZARIDIS 1V Retro Junior 8-13
Jordan Morgan 4V Elite Men
Nathan Glab 7V Elite Men
Jamie TRURAN 1V Masters
Nathan SCOTT 4V Masters

Participation Awards
Amelia DARMANIN Mini Wheelers
Lucas HYDE 6 Sprocket Boys
William Lopez 6 Sprocket Boys
Caleb IRISH 7 Sprocket Boys
Fletcher McKee 7 Sprocket Boys
Regi LUMANI 7 Sprocket Boys
Cruze Miller 7 Sprocket Boys

Well done to all riders.

A massive thanks to all of our sponsors also that made donations and equipment to the club to make the event possible. 

Nationals Rider profiles.



The Wyndham BMX club is very proud to present the 2017 Victorian State Championships to be held at the battleground from 16th-19th November 2017. Wyndham BMX Club has always endeavored to try new ideas and have ceaselessly demonstrated a willingness to succeed from its riders to events.

We are extremely pleased our governing body and council has shown faith in our club to hold the most prestigious Victorian BMX event in the 2017 calendar, we would like to thank the Wyndham Council and the BMX Victoria board including all involved with the bidding process, our commiserations to the clubs that missed out and would encourage you not to give up.


The Wyndham Warriors BMX Club will take full advantage of this opportunity working with council and promotional teams to get our message out that we are open for BMX and all are welcome, please show your support as we provide plenty of opportunities for everyone to come and ride at our soon to be upgraded to a fantastic world standard track.

The club and its members would like to thank the Wyndham BMX Club’s Committee, Wyndham City Council, Campbell Atkins, Cameron Anderson, Marie Brittan, Peter Maynard, Graham King, Joanne Ryan MP, Tim Pallas MP, and also the Wyndham Park Primary School for there ongoing support. 

This is a fantastic opportunity to grow BMX in Wyndham and in partnership with Wyndham council we intend to grasp this with both hands.

Watch for upcoming schedules TBA


Wyndham BMX Club Committee

2016 Victorian State Championships

Victorian BMX State Championships race report

What an absolute ripper weekend from the Wyndham members and supporters. The weather was absolutely scorching in Shepparton with only a little relief at night. We had an exceptional field of 26 competing at the 2016 State Championships We managed to bring home a total of 10 Victorian plates. The female warriors absolutely dominating and winning a majority of the Victorian plates.

Friday was pre titles and Retro State titles. We saw Mitchell Ord and Max Lees bring home the first two V plates in 14-29 Retro. Well done to both boys

Retro Results:

Max Lees 3 Victoria 14-29 Retro

Mitchell Ord 4 Victoria 14-29 Retro

Saturday was time for the cruiser’s and the eager sprocket rockets to hit the track and give it there all to come home with the goods. We had 10 entries in total for Saturday. Stand out for the day would be Sienna Richmond with racing up an age class in the 11-12 girls and taking home the 3V.


Mackenzie Copeland Lucas Garner Zae Cobain
Fletcher Mckee Cruze Miller

Cruiser riders:
Mitchell Ord Spencer Mckee Jes Wardlaw
Amanda Morgan Sienna Richmond

Plate results for cruiser: 
Sienna Richmond: 3V in 11-12 Girls (Sienna is 9yrs)
Amanda Morgan: 1V 30-34 Women

Everyone kicked back at the lake in Shepparton for some dinner and laughs after a tough days racing in the heat. We also celebrated a double 10th birthday celebration for Logan and Jai.

Sunday was an absolute scorcher with the heat at 34 degrees. Sunday saw a list of 15 riders on the 20” Bikes. There were spray bottles and fans in the Warriors tent and parents doing the mad dash down to the pits in the heat between motos.

A mention has to go out to the four boys we had in the 10yr category, Logan Lazaridis, Jai Copeland, Alistair Taylor and Blayke Maugeri. The boys put on a great show showing great sportsmanship on and off the track with each other and fellow competitors.

The Stand out for the day had to go to Ava Lazaridis in the 8 girls category. An exceptional performance from Ava Lazaridis who only started BMX seven months ago.

20” entries:

Max Lees-14 Boys Jes Wardlaw-11 Boys
Oskar Forssell-9 Boys Alistair Taylor-10 Boys
Blayke Magueri-10 Boys Logan Lazaridis-10 Boys
Jai Copeland-10 Boys Spencer Mckee-9 Boys  
James Tucker-16 Boys Justin Miller-30-34 Men
Gary Morgan-50+ Men William Lees-AA Men
Ava Lazaridis-8 Girls Sienna Richmond-9 Girls
Saskia Wardlaw-18 Girls Amanda Morgan-A Pro Women

Plate results for 20” riders:

Sienna Richmond 1 Victoria 9 Girls
Ava Lazaridis 3 Victoria 8 Girls
James Tucker 8 Victoria 16 Boys
Justin Miller 5 Victoria 30-34 Men
Gary Morgan 1 Victoria 50+ Men
Saskia Wardlaw 2 Victoria 18 Girls (Saskia age 16)

Congratulations to all riders it was a great event and we look forward to the 2017 State Championships. Those lucky enough to win a V plate will get the chance to defend their plates in 2017 at our home track Wyndham Warriors BMX Club. 

(Apologies if anyone or anything has been missed)


Clubby MINI Series

Wyndham are Winners in Victorian Schools cycling program.

The Wyndham Warriors are proud to have three of our members take out 1st place in their age groups at recent Victorian Schools Cycling Competition (VSCC) The VSCC is a unique cycling competition for school students aged 6-18. The VSCC comprises of three different events, the Victorian School Cycling Championship Road and the Victorian Interschool Cycling Series BMX and MTB. Both licensed (racing) and un-licensed (novice) riders participate in cycling races on fun and safe courses across the state. Students from every corner of Victoria have the chance to represent their school and become state champion for respective categories.

The events are co-hosted by Cycling Victoria and local cycling clubs, thereby providing a pathway for on-going participation in the sport.

The BMX series were held on:

Friday 5 August: Western Zone Final - Wyndham Warriors

Friday 19 August: Eastern and Metro Zone Final

Knox BMX Club Friday 2 September Northern/Metro Zone Final

Park Orchards Friday 16 September South West Zone Final

Portland BMX CLUB Friday 14 October: State Final (CANCELLED)

Bendigo BMX Club

Congratulations to the Wyndham Warriors who won their age groups, taking home a #1 VSCC Series jersey.

8-9 Girls Expert: 1VSCC and State Final Winner – Sienna Richmond

10-11 Boys Expert: 1VSCC – Jai Copland

14-15 Boys Expert: 1VSCC – Mitchell Ord

We had a string congtingent of children in the series other riders who competed were:

Oskar forsell 6th 8-9 boys expert Ava lazaridis 2nd 8-9 girls expert

Logan lazaridis 5th 10-11 boys expert Zae Cobain 6-7 sprockets

Lucas Garner 6-7 sprockets Jes Wardlaw 10-11 boys

Scott Wilson-10-11 boys

(apologies if anyone is missed from this list)

Thank you to Farm Foods

We would like to say another huge thank you to Farm Foods for their amazing support at this years open meetings and continual support of the club. We look forward to working with them in 2017.

Thanks to Wyndham Warrior Steve Lehrer for all of his help with delivering our special thank you.

Farm Foods are proud to bring our famous range of gourmet sausages and burger products to Australian families.
Made with only the finest quality ingredients and flavors sourced from across the globe, you will find the Farm Foods range in quality supermarkets throughout Australia.


Free Female only intoduction to BMX

Wyndham BMX ware pleased to announce two free free female only come and try sessions aimed at women and girls who would like to give BMX a go. 

As a part of Wyndham bmx club growth strategy, we would like to support our female coach Amanda as she puts forward this initiative for females in bmx, she is very passionate regarding female participation in bmx racing or simply being involved with the sport or club.

Due to this Amanda has proposed two free female only introductary sessions to encourage girls and ladies who would not normally nominate themselves for various reasons to try out for BMX. Spots are limited so share and book in quick

Wyndham wins Western challange!

Wyndham BMX Club have won back the title of the Western Challenge from rivals Sunbury BMX Club. It was 4 four round series between the two rival clubs two rounds at Wyndham and 2 at Sunbury’s home track. Wyndham also took out the relay that consisted of total eight team’s with six riders in each team. An all girls Wyndham team came home strong in second place.  

Thankyou to Sunbury for being apart off the Western Challenge we hope to do it again in 2017.

Olympic Clubby 13th August

Victorian School cycling

round 1 at Wyndham. 



Wyndham Warriors presents another first for BMX in Victoria. Wyndham BMX club are running beginner and novice development program starting Thursday 17th March 2016. All ages from 5-50+. It's four free 1 hour sessions to get kids away from their technology and outdoors and exercising as well as meeting new people and making new friends.


Qualified first aiders run all sessions and are BMX Australia accredited coaches. Each participant will get to experience all aspects of BMX racing. 

Its a well known fact that:

"Physical activity and sports are generally promoted for their positive effect on children's physical health; regular participation in physical activity in childhood is associated with a decreased cardiovascular risk in youth and adulthood.

There is also a growing body of literature suggesting that physical activity has beneficial effects on several mental health outcomes, including health-related quality of life and better mood states."

The rider's who take part in this program will have an opportunity to ride in the Victorian Riders Cup being held April 9th + 10th 2016. The VRC will include all beginner and professional level riders.

If you would like to take part in this free program please contact us on (spots are limited)

***Please note dates may be subject to change due to uncontrollable circumstances such as the weather etc

National Sign on day Saturday February 20th 2016 

Want to see what all the fuss is about? BMX is one of Australia's fastest growing sports, and the annual National Sign on Day is YOUR opportunity to come and try out this thrilling sport, free of charge! 

Once you arrive at your local club, you will meet with your hosts and sign all applicable forms, before organisers do a safety check on your bike. From there you can watch demonstrations and then participate in activities including:

A basic warm up
Basic BMX technique activities
Learn how to negotiate jumps, corners and the start hill
Games on track
Learning about BMX racing
Participate in a mini BMX race.

First of all, you need to bring a bike. Otherwise please arrive with the following attire to ensure you can make the most of the day: 

Long sleeve top
Long pants
Full face helmet
No bike or helmet?
No worries! Just make sure you contact your local club prior to their National Sign On Day as they may have spares you can use. Alternatively, they may also be holding other activities you can participate in without these items!

BMX is a sport that caters for everyone in the family, and we have members of all skill levels ranging from two-year-old mini-wheelers through to 60+ veterans riding on tracks around Australia every weekend.

To join the BMXA Family simply find your local club at the link below and check out when they are hosting a National Sign On Day! All participants are covered under the BMX Australia riders insurance (once appropriate forms are signed). If you enjoy the day (and we really think you will!), you can become a member of BMX Australia and your local club! See the membership details on

Major working bee + Track Closure Jan 23rd + 24th

We have a working bee this weekend coming up on the 23rd and 24th of January. Due to the working bee on the Saturday coaching will not take place this weekend. Working bees on both days will be starting at 8am, we will have heavy machinery and as there is a huge amount of re-surfacing of the track to be done so please come down and lend a hand to get our track ready for our extra race meeting coming up in february. (still... to be confirmed officially with bmxv)

We will aim to finish roughly by 4pm both days, even if you can only commit to a few hours every hour will help.

Jobs to be done will include:
Lay all new surface
Rubbish and rock collecting
Containers to be re-organized and inventoried
Grass cutting

If you have shovels, rakes or a wheelbarrow please bring them along, also if anybody has a 4wd we can use to roll the corners it would be greatly appreciated, if we can get 3 cars on the track at once it would be amazing!

If you have any questions please send an email to



Well done to Skye on winning the Tasmanian state championships in the 9 girls class. Skye made the traip over with her mum and didnt drop one race over the two day event. Sky is also racing the Victorian state championships along with 24 other Wyndham members at Shepparton BMX Club on November 21+22nd. Good luck to all riders


Luke Madill is heading to Wyndham

Matt, Tyler and Sawyer Young have done the Warriors proud.

 The Young family made the trip over to Europe this year with a goal of making it to the championships after last year’s disappointment when Matt had a fall during a training session prior to the event leaving him with serious injuries and unable to compete.

Tyler and Sawyer were competing in the Swedish BMX National Championships not too far from their grandparent’s home. With lots of support and the family to impress Tyler took out the Swedish national in the 8 boy’s category. Swedish #1 TYLER YOUNG! Sawyer placing well in the top three in the 6 boy’s category after it was merged with the 8 boys. With the nationals over and done with it was time to hit the road with mum and dad down to Belgium for the BMX World Championships. Of course there were plenty of stops along the way including the coolest place in the world LEGO LAND!

World Championships time! Matt was in the 30+ master category. Matt rode incredibly well making it through his motos in great form with top 3 each moto. This took him into the 1/8's. After being caught in a crash in the first turn Matt placed 6th leaving him out for the remainder of the day. Tyler and Sawyer had a huge challenge racing the best kids in the world. Sawyer was in the 5-6 boys and placed 5th in each moto not making it to the 1/4's. Tyler rode well in the 8 boy’s category but it was the first jump that picked the winners in this age class. It certainly was the eliminator. Tyler pushed hard and managed 5th and 6th & 6th in his motos. 8 boys is one of the biggest age classes at the world championships.

A huge well done to the Young family they certainly have put in the hard work leading up to the Worlds and they rode brilliant to say they have only been racing and got into BMX a couple of years ago. We are sure they will be back representing the Warriors next year in Columbia!

The Young's set to take on Swedish Nationals and BMX World Championships.

Matthew young and his two children Tyler aged 8 and Sawyer aged 5 are jet setting over to Europe to take on the world’s best this July. They will be competing in the Swedish National championships only one week out from the BMX World championships in Belgium on July 21st to 25th. Matt will be competing in the 35-39 men age class on both his 20" and his 24" bike. Tyler and Sawyer will be racing in their age class. Matt and Tyler missed out last year due to an injury a week out from the World titles in Rotterdam. Sawyer was too young last year to race but this year he is extremely excited to race. The young family joined BMX just over two years ago, they have been a huge part in the Warriors club and they have come a long way from joining. Matt has been a Road cycling world champion so anything with two wheels comes very natural to him. Tyler has followed in his dads footsteps making this year’s national semi-final in the 8 boy’s category. The family have been training hard hardly missing a coaching session and traveling near and far to ride all different tracks in the lead up to their big trip. We will the Young's the best of luck and we cannot wait to hear some results in the next couple of weeks from them.

2015 BMX National Championships­

The 2015 National Championships were held at the only BMX Super cross facility in Australia from April 28th to May 3rd at Sleeman Sports Complex in Brisbane. It is the only National venue with the huge 8 meter and 6 meter UCI specification start hills in Australia. The track features full tarmac corners along with the pro section for the junior and elite men. As well as being one of the longest tracks in Australia.

The week started out with awesome weather for the pre titles and practice days. There was some record rain fall forecast for the National championship days later in the week that resulted in the Thursday evenings fireworks and the Pro Bikes being cancelled after one moto. With William Lees in his second year in Junior Elite men and the first time racing of an 8 meter start hill he had a hard week ahead. William rode awesome many of the clubs kids really enjoyed watching him race with some of the best riders in Australia and even around the world. William had Thursaday nights racing cut short due to the weather. He struggled over the pro section in pre titles but picked up his game come race day on Saturday and made it into the semis.

The Sprocket rockets Troy Gurney and Sawyer Young rode extremely well and there mum and dads could not be prouder. Fynn Ritchie was out to impress with his grand parents and some aunties and uncles there cheering him on. They were watching there very first BMX race ever. Fynn rode very well and then the next day became unwell.  Sawyer did his usual thing of jumping anything he could get his wheels up over with a huge smile as always. Troy Gurney had mum very nervous down the star hill but rode with such happiness and excitement. The sprocket rockets did extremely well riding in the rain on such a tough track.

Friday morning saw the youngsters racing in what was absolute torrential rain. It did not stop them from having loads of fun and pushing hard trying to make national finals. Spencer Mckee and Tyler young dominated in the 8 boys motos with spencer missing out in the 1/8ths final and Tyler was unlucky hitting a rider that had fallen off in front of him that made him miss out. Alistair Taylor was out for some fun at his first ever national championships sadly not progressing past the motos. He had a blast and his little sister was his biggest fan cheering him on.

Fridays afternoon challenge classes block 3 were cancelled due to a huge electrical storm and a record rainfall of 200mm in 2hours. It took some of those riders competing 4-5 hours to drive home due to flooding in areas of Brisbane.  We had Mandie Morgan and Matthew young racing in the block that was rescheduled for Saturday.  Mandie Morgan rode well finishing up with a 3Australia plate. Matt Young also dominated his motos making top 4 in each and even after some transponder issues made it into the semi-final missing out by one spot on the main. It had been a very challenging week for all in the horrendous conditions everyone was extremely damp to say the least.

Sunday’s cruiser day we had Kim Ritchie making her nationals debut. Kim was extremely nervous and looked like a ghost when getting onto the gate in her first moto. Kim rode to the best of her ability making improvements throughout the day not enough to earn her a sport in the final. Kim said she was so thankful she gave it a go and what an incredible experience it was even if she didn’t get into the final. Just having all of her family and friends there watching was amazing. Mandie Morgan made some more improvement on her result from the previous day taking home the 2Australia plate. Mandie had juggled her 19 month old and could not have done it without everyone’s help throughout the week helping her with babysitting.


Men Junior Elite 16th William Lees      8 Boys 32nd Spencer Mckee      17-24 Women 11th Samantha Molloy      30-34 Women 3rd Mandie Morgan       30-34 Cruiser Women 2nd Mandie Morgan      35-39 Cruiser Women 15th Kim Ritchie      9 Boys 59th Alastair Taylor      35-39 Men 10th Matthew Young      35-39 Cruiser Men 28th Matthew Young      8 Boys 27th Tyler Young

The 2016 National Championships have been awarded to Bathurst BMX Club they have recently received a grant to build a UCI BMX Super cross Facility. The dates are not confirmed as yet but they have pencilled in March 1-6th. For more information go to the BMX Australia website.

Small Army of Warriors hit's the ACT'S

The Labour day long weekend had nine of our Warriors hit the road to Canberra's Tuggeranong BMX Track for the 2015 ACT State Championships.

The weather was a nice 25 degrees instead of the 38+ that some have had to endure in previous years.  The event was ran without a glitch. All officials were very professional and welcoming to the visitors from far and wide. Stand out from the weekend was Justin Millers crash in the 24" final crashing in second place in the last turn leaving him with 6th. Troy Gurney also had a great ride on his redline machine. Huge improvment with every lap he raced. Darren Parker was not backing down in his semi final that left him with a 5th place after banging bars with a fellow victorian. Oliver shipper was in for a hard ride with the 17-24 men talent on show. Jordan and Amanda had a tough day in the 14+ pro classes on the saturday with olympians Caroline Bucahanon and Luke Madill in the field. Gary Morgan did not dissapoint not dropping one race all day and taking home the #1 ACT in th 45-49 20" class. Well done to all who made the trip and we are looking forward to doing it again next year.

Spencer Mckee 1/4 finalist   /   Fletcher Mckee 5 Sprocket boys   /   Troy Gurney 7 Sprocket boys   /   Justin Miller 30-34 men 24" 6th 20" 3rd   /   Oliver Shipper 17-24 men 7th   /   Darren Parker 40-44 men semi finalist (9th)   /   Jordan Morgan 14+ Pro men 5th AA Men 3rd   /   Amanda Morgan 14+ Pro Women 7th A Pro Women 3rd   /   Gary Morgan 45-49 Men 1st



The latest news from the battle ground

2015 marks 10 years of the Wyndham Warriors BMX Club as it known today. Stay tuned for details of our 10th year celebrations. 


Warriors 'Come and Try' session is Saturday 21st Feb. This is part of the BMX Australia National Sign on Day. 

'Come and Try' sessions allow you to experience the action and excitement of BMX racing without the need of a race licence or joining a club. Kids and parents can head down and see what BMX racing is all about. There are suitably qualified people in attendance to assist with all your enquiries, including qualified coaches & officials. 

Times: 10-30am to 12noon followed by a sausage sizzle. 

We will have usual coaching and club practice before the come and try day. 

Coaching: 8-9am to book email

usual practice 9-10.30am

IMPORTANT:  You will need to wear long pants, long sleeves, covered shoes and gloves. 

You will also need a full face helmet (not stackhat) if you have one bring it along also. 

All ages are welcome so why not come along and try out this exciting olympic sport with your mum dad brother or sister!!

If you would like to contact us and ask any more questions dont hesitate to contact us on 

Some great info on this link as to why it's so important to wear a helmet defiantly worth a read.

Chain Reaction Cycles OZtober BMX at Wyndham!

Come along to the Chain Reaction Cycles OZtober BMX event at Wyndham Bmx on Wednesday 8th October from 4pm.

There will be prizes, a free BBQ, Gate Practice, 'Come & Try' followed by the Warriors first clubby of the summer season!





Warriors represent Australia at the 2014 BMX World Championships in Rotterdam

2014 was the biggest year yet for the Wyndham BMX Club as far as world level representation goes. We had 5 members enter this years world championships. Jordan & Amanda Morgan, Spencer Mckee and Matthew and Tyler Young. However only 3 made it to the big race. Matt unfortunately suffered a big injury during a practise session while staying with family in the Netherlands and was unable to fly to the event. We wish Matt a speedy recovery and hope that he can make the trip next year as Tyler missed out also. Amanda enjoyed the experience of racing at a world level and said "i felt like a tourist the venue and crowd was so overwhelming" Spencer Mckee rode great but failed to progress past the motos in the 7 boys category. Jordan Morgan didn't disappoint was riding to his potential in the 17-24 men challenge and cruiser classes. Jordan did make the final in both catagorys taking home the world 6 plate on the 20" and world 2 on 24". A huge congratulations to you all. Jordan Morgans W#2 Final


Warriors Spencer & Fletcher meet BMX idol Barry Nobles at the 2014 Worlds in Rotterdam

M85 "MIDDLE AGED MORGAN" Retires on a high. 

Gary Morgan has had an incredible 12 Months. Club president Gary had decided to slowly retire from BMX and fully retire from National and International BMX. Over the years he has played a huge part in building this club up to what it is today. Gone are the old days with 30 members to a huge 100+. Gary has achieved many great things in the sport of BMX 16 State championships 7 National championships Pro Tour series winner and 2nd in this years Pro Tour. Along with 17 Years of racing BMX he has a World #1 that he won at last years world championships in New Zealand.

The Wyndham Warriors BMX Club would like to congratulate Gary on a tremendous career,we congratulate and thank him for building such a great club. We wish Gary all the best in his future endeavours. 

Gary Morgan: "It has been a incredible journey with all the ups and down's this sport has to offer, I will still be apart of the best club on the planet and possibly race in Victoria only, I would stay on with the Pro Tour for next year if thats what everyone wants to help Vic Pro's.

Thank you to the Warriors and everyone in it who has helped me stay motivated this past few years you don't know what a difference you have made to an old man like me!

Without the support of my family I couldn't have done half of what I have achieved this past decade, this is the best part of bmx time with your family is priceless.

So with a smile and not a tear I say thank you to bmx for giving me without doubt some of the most incredible and best moments of my life, and my fantastic family for supporting me. 
Glad to finally say it all as I have carried it for some years now, I hope I have inspired a few riders over the years to push harder and will continue to do so but from the side of the track a bit more now.
Thank you all GM85"

What a busy couple of months it has been at the Battle ground. We booked out our sponsors restaurant HOTEL520 and had our first ever club outing. What a great night it was. The food and staff were sensational, the children had a blast playing together in there enormous play room. The dallis even had a win on the raffle!


The Warriors also took part in the annual Weerama Parade. This was a massive day and a great success. Safe to say that there was not many crashes this year! Bretski popped a wheely and lost some skin of his knees, we think he should stick to what he does best on the microphone. hehe We had a stall set up at the kids picnic with some strider bikes and also had a stumpy gate that the kids practised gates on all day long. Saturday night was where it all happend! We had JNR Elite men Will Lees and W#5 Jordan Morgan doing a death defying 3 car jump! WOWEE it was incredible the guts these guys have. There was also some up coming stars Brodie and Max who are aged 11 & 12 who got the courage to jump one car. 

A huge thankyou to Ted's Cycles Werribee for donating the Avanti BMX bike for this years raffle prize. 

We also hosted the final round of the JSS Junior State Series and PRA Pro tour. We have also travelled to Shepparton for the 2014 Australian National Titles.

Round 6 of the Pro Tour was a huge race meeting. It saw a huge 320 entries and 301 riders. This was our biggest race meeting yet. We had riders from near and far compete. In the week leading upto the event we had 4 days of constant rain. This left the track very wet and soft. We had the crew out on the track doing all they could to make the track ride-able on the Sunday. They did a great job with only a couple of sections being a bit soft. We had some VIP's attend all the way from Queensland the Australian Pro Gate Rep and from Ireland from Chain reaction cycles. Heres thelink to there video edit.

We had our very own Aaron "BUBBA" Smith win the overall in the Pro tour taking home the United Solutions pro cup. The kids also had a blast showing all there fellow competitors how its done on there home track most Warriors dominating in all age classes.   

The canteen crew finally got to try out the new canteen at its full potential. This made everyones life so much easier. It was a very smooth ran day and total sell out. 

Well done to all volunteers BMXV Wyndham city council and everyone involved. The club is thriving and we hope to see it grown even bigger in the next 12 months. Bring on 2015!!!

Australian National Championships 2014

21 members new and old competed in this years Nationals. We were lucky to have it hosted in Victoria for the second time in 4 years at Shepparton Bmx Club. The 2015 Nationals will return to the Sleeman facility located in QLD. 

Spencer Mckee 7 Boys    Zac Dalli 5-6 Boys    Sawyer Young 5-6 Boys

Tyler Young 7 Boys    Jazmine Dalli 5-7 Girls    Sunny Rogers Mini Wheelers

Damien Rogers 40-44 Men    Kasper Rogers 8 Boys    Maddison Kerrs 8 Girls

Brodie Kerrs 11 Boys    Kaitlyn Muir 10 Girls    Marlee Porter 15 Girls

Matt Young 35-39 Cruiser Men    Daniel Hornstra 9 Boys    Ryder Zsembery 8 Boys    Max Lees 12 Boys    

Will Lees JNR Elite Men    

Australian Plate winners:

Gary Morgan 1A 45-49 Men

Samantha Molloy 1A 17-24 Women Non UCI

Jordan Morgan 2A 17-24 Men

Mandie Morgan 6A 17+ Women

Aaron "BUBBA" Smith 6A 30+ Masters

Jordan Morgan wins 2014 Youth award!

Congratulations to our very own world #5 Jordan Morgan for winning this years youth award for his ongoing work in the local community and at the development of BMX in Wyndham. Jordan has been a member of the Wyndham club since he started racing BMX at at very young age. Jordan will be travelling to the Netherlands again in July along with his sister, nephew and the Young family from Wyndham to compete in this years World Championships. We wish you all the very best and we hope this year Jordan will bring home the W1 plate. Very well deserved and thank you to the Wyndham City Council for awarding Jordan with this award and recognising BMX in our community.