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Racing => Racing => : Big Block September 27, 2013, 10:23:00 PM

: A Pro and AA Pro in QLD
: Big Block September 27, 2013, 10:23:00 PM
Many have mentioned it recently, what are the chances of having both in QLD, would give the newer pro riders a chance of racing in Pro classes and being competitive and when they earn the $$ they move upto the AA Pro ranks?

You could even get the faster older guys racing the new 14yr old pros and creating great racing!
: Re: A Pro and AA Pro in QLD
: Commissioner28 September 28, 2013, 05:51:00 PM
And they say Western Australia is two hours behind the rest of the country, I guess that's what you get for living in a conservative state. Lol

: Re: A Pro and AA Pro in QLD
: Jase.harto October 02, 2013, 06:43:14 PM
Pine Rivers Bmx club are running A and AA pro at their upcoming open day.
This is a start for Qld.
I've personally seen the growth of the AA pro riders in vic. The concept works down there.
The A pro racing is awesome to see the talent both old and young mixing it together.

The open wheel vet pro class is great to.

If A and AA pro is viable class across all Australian states I think QLD should give it a go, especially in the SE Qld region. Plenty of good riders to fill those classes and grow into AA riders.
Maybe a pro tour concept like Gary Morgan and Trev Stamford ran could even get up and be successful.
: Re: A Pro and AA Pro in QLD
: bmx4life97 October 08, 2013, 09:10:19 AM
It never left.  Clubs just chose not to run it here in South East Queensland.  Good to see Pine Rivers giving it a go again looking forward to the action especially with the clubs new start hill and gate.  And a nom on day transponder event too.  More clubs need to go in this direction. 
Once again Pine Rivers leads the way here in South Queensland
: Re: A Pro and AA Pro in QLD
: Big Block October 08, 2013, 05:25:06 PM
It never left.  Clubs just chose not to run it here in South East Queensland.  Good to see Pine Rivers giving it a go again looking forward to the action especially with the clubs new start hill and gate.  And a nom on day transponder event too.  More clubs need to go in this direction. 
Once again Pine Rivers leads the way here in South Queensland

What will be the cut-offs/restrictions/criteria for PR and A and AA Pro classes at the next open day?