Date of Birth:
LkI Clothing, Rideon, Colony BMX.
How long have you been riding?
What got you interested in BMX?
I have loved bmx since I could ride one and I just wanted to jump off everything. I raced from age 4 to 8 and just wanted to go to the skatepark all the time so I gave racing up.
Biggest influences in BMX:
Where are you living at the moment? And where did you grow up?
What does a regular Saturday out on the bike usually consist of?
Usually head to RideOn for a couple of hours and then hit up a park down the south-side of Brisbane.
What are you doing for work these days?
Still at school.
Top 3 places you’ve ridden over the years:
Hill n Dale box jumps, Ramp Fest in Melbourne and Beenleigh QLD.
What are your interests outside of Riding?
None really, I like to go Motocross riding every now and then.
Car you own/drive:
Not old enough to drive.
Tell us something about your local scene:
Rideon indoor park is where I ride the most and it is pretty sick, I ride with some really good riders and they all have different styles so it helps me with a bit of everything.
What motivates you to go out and ride all the time?
Every time I ride I learn something new and I just want to go out and do it again and learn more.
Favourite place you’ve travelled to and why?
I’ve only travelled to Melbourne and it was pretty cool because it has some of my favourite parks.
Good meals to eat:
I love tacos.
Give us some bands/musicians you are into these days:
I’m not really into music yet I just like any cool songs.
Favourite Colony product?
My Sweet Tooth frame.
What has BMX taught you:
That nothing is easy things take a lot of hard work.
The usual thanks…
Jason at LkI clothing, Steve at Ride On for everything they do for me. All the homies that ride with me and help me out to be better on my bike and Clint Millar for giving me a go on the colony team so young.