DownUnderGround 2016 – round 2 the video round

The next round of DownUnderGround is now here. Riders from around Australia have been out filming a contest run to submit for round two of DownUnderGround. The video contest concept is simple, each rider gets to submit one contest video run, up to two minutes long, as if they were riding at a flatland contest. The video run gets judged using the same criteria as a normal contest, difficulty, consistency and variety. Points are awarded and these points go towards the year end title. This year we have had a record number of entries which is good as the Australian flatland scene needs this type of involvement. It is also good to see many beginners both young and old keen to show their riding. DownUnderGround was started just over 8 years ago to help promote flatland bmx in Australia, to help make it grow. This type of contest helps to promote bmx flatland in Australia. The Australian scene is a small one compared to many other countries with most riders over the age of 30 years old. New riders are needed to get into flatland and this is one of the primary goals of the DownUnderGround contest series.

A big thank you to Freestyle Now for the first place prize, open and expert winners get to share in $300 worth of travel for the next rounds of DownUnderGround. We would also like to thank Colony BMX and GAIN Protection for their support and supplying prizes. The 3 judges this year will be international legendary riders Effraim Catlow , Michael Steingraeber and James McGraw. We are very stoked to have these legends judging the contest. Each of these riders have contributed so much to the global flatland scene over the many many years. The judges will now start the judging process and we will post the results shortly. DownUnderGround round 3 – the finals will be taking place on the 26th of November in Melbourne.

To look over the past contest history and results look over the DownUnderGround contest results page




BMX flatland Australia DownUnderGround video round 2016

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