Monday, 17 June 2024

A Young Women BMX Biker Champion at the UCI BMX World Championships

  • Freia Challis from Braintree Slugs BMX Club in Essex will contend in the European Titles for a long time.
  • Talking about 16-year-old Freia, he said she was “all business from the second she showed up”.

A youthful BMX biker has been delegated the 16-year-old young ladies’ title holder at the UCI BMX Big showdowns in the US.

The club had 11 riders participate in the occasion held in Rock Slope, South Carolina and had three become finalists. The opposition pulled in almost 3,000 riders from more than 40 nations.

UCI BMX World Championships

Sixteen-year-old Freia from Halstead, Essex, was delegated as champion for a fourth time frame. She will advance to the Lesser Tip top class in 2025.

The youngster is gone to the European Titles, where she will be joined by 11-year-old Poppy Cleric, an individual club part, who completed in 6th spot.

Poppy’s more youthful sister Holly, nine, was the most youthful individual from the club to make it into the last and guaranteed the title of world number seven.

He said the weather patterns the riders experienced heavy downpours, heat, and thunderstorms were “curves”.

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