It’s on again, get ready to start filming. Entries close 30th April 2017. Beginner, expert, open divisions. open to all BMX riders in Australia. DownUnderGround series 9 has started with the video round just to mix things up a bit.
DownUnderGround round 1 is a video only contest open to all riders within Australia keen to throw down. (Even international riders staying in Australia at the time of the contest)
The concept is simple: Film a 2 minute run in contest conditions. (A straight up 2 minute raw flatland run.) It can be filmed on any device, quality of video is not important. You don’t need to make the video fancy or have music backing or spend stacks of time editing it. You are judged on the quality of your riding not the quality of the video. Entries close 30th April with the winners announced soon after then.
Once you have it filmed, send it over to us here at BMX flatland Australia and we will load it up to our YouTube channel.
Here’s how: Head over to www.wetransfer.com. Click on the “Add Files” button and add the video file that you want to send. Friends email: email@example.com Then enter your own email and in the message, your name and details. Once all that is done, click on “submit” and it’s all done – simple as that! We Transfer sends us an email and we receive your video.
The videos will all go live on the net through the BMX flatland Australia YouTube channel. The videos will be judged by the judging panel. Prizes for first second and third come from our awesome supporters Freestyle Now , Colony BMX , GAIN Protection, Level BMX and Nothing’s Wrong magazine
Entries close 30th April 2017 with the winners announced soon after then
Your points from round 1 will go to the year end title for DownUnderGround series 9. Round 2 will be taking place at the Bridport Aerodrome on the 10th June and Round 3 – the finals will take place in Melbourne on the 25th – 26th November 2016. Get out there and film, nothing is stopping you. Full details on the entry information can be found on the format and judges page.
Have a look at last year’s video entries here and scope out some of the awesome Australian BMX flatland riders.