Date of Birth:
23rd of September 1997.

Colony BMX.

How long have you been riding?
I’ve been riding since I was 8 years old, so coming onto my 13th year!

What got you interested in BMX:
My mum and dad bought me a bike to ride to school on and on my way home I would stop in at my local skatepark and I fell in love with the sport.

Biggest influences in BMX:
Scotty Cranmer, Logan Martin and Alex Hiam.

Where are you living at the moment? And where did you grow up?
I currently live in Brisbane Australia but I grew up in a small town called Tannum Sands – 20 minutes out of Gladstone, Queensland.

What does a regular Saturday out on the bike usually consist of?
Just having fun and riding, learning as much as I can.

What are you doing for work these days?
I work for a Motor Assessing company called Focussed Loss Management. My bosses are very supportive of my BMX and allow me to work three days a week and have time off for any competitions. I wouldn’t want to work anywhere else.

Top 3 places you’ve ridden over the years:
I haven’t travelled much for BMX so Five Dock Skatepark, Beenleigh and the Village.

What are your interests outside of Riding?
Anything active. I don’t like to waste my days inside doing nothing. Hanging out with friends and family is what I’ll most likely be doing if I’m not riding my bike.

Car you own/drive:
I own a Mums car haha. It’s a Hyundai Ix35 – very roomy and nice to drive.

What motivates you to go out and ride all the time?
Watching riders clips on Instagram and YouTube videos. I’m always wanting to better myself and push my limits to see how far I can go.

Favourite place you’ve travelled to and why?
I spent just over a week in Bali last year and loved it. Everyone is super nice and there’s lots to do! If I go back I’d like to take my bike with me.

Good meals to eat:
If I could then I’d have Eggs Benedict with bacon every morning to start my day.

Give us some bands/musicians you are into these days:
I am very alternative with my music. I can go from the Top 50 to country to RnB and the list goes on.

Favourite Colony product?
Definitely love my Sweet Tooth frame the most.

What has BMX has taught you:
That you have to work hard for what you want, nothing comes easy. Patience and persistence.

I want to Thank Clint for having me apart of the team and believing in me. A massive shout out to my parents (not enough thank yous and appreciation in the world) for always being there and supporting me 100% in BMX. And a thank you to all the people I have rode with over the years who has helped me and has just had fun on their bikes.

Instagram account: