Sydney’s Tom Locke and Jess Hoskin are the Elite winners in Rockhampton – Hoskin also on the top step for the EWS 4-stage qualifier with fellow Queenslander Harrison Reibelt.
Rockhampton played host to an EWS Qualifier on the weekend and the 4th round of the Queensland Fox Superflow® Series by Rocky Trail Entertainment. 157 riders made the pilgrimage to First Turkey MTB Park and the awesome trails of Rockhampton, with riders from across the nation battling it out for the top step.
In the EWS Qualifier the top 3 Elite Men claimed the podium for Queensland with Harrison Reibelt, Hayden Bristow and Noah Davidson picking up Enduro World Series (EWS) points.
The 27-year old Reibelt from near Brisbane in Eatons Hill was content with the Elite win in Rockhampton in the EWS qualifier event. He said that he was “pumped to now be able to race some EWS events next year”. Recalling the Rocky Trail race weekend action he added, “Tight times, good battles, grouse trails and a rad crew made for an epic weekend.”
In the women’s the 24-year old Jess Hoskin from the Sunshine Coast won ahead of Georgina von Marburg from Bright in VIC . With the win in Rockhampton Hoskin increases her lead in the Fox Superflow® QLD as well as Australian Series significantly and is on track to claim the outright titles this year.
Bailey Christie from Perth took out the top step in the U21 men and Sarah Craft was the winning female. Sydney’s Thomas Locke won the 3-stage Fox Superflow® classification and was the U21s EWS runner up ahead of Will Hynes from Brisbane. In the EWS Master category, Ryan Leutton from Brisbane claimed the top step.
Tom Locke said that the Rockhampton race had been his first time riding in QLD and that he’d had “an absolute blast, racing the Rocky Trail and EWS Qualifier”. Happy with the first place in the Fox Superflow® classification he added that he “simply couldn’t match the pace of Bailey Christie for the U21 EWS pro stage category”.
The Western Australian Christie was stoked, “P1 in u21 for me, I’m over the moon with that. Rocky Trail put on a pearler of an event, huge thanks for the warm welcome and support over the weekend crew! Excited for what’s to come!”
The competition stayed tight and exciting until the very end with battles for the podium positions across all categories. In the Fox Superflow® U19’s racer Bailey Christie was the outright winner with a total race time of 9:49.2 ahead of Elite winner Tom Locke (9:57.0) ahead of Will Hynes and Harrison Reibelt.
The Queensland Fox Superflow® will deliver two more races near Brisbane in August: Ipswich on 13+14 August and Eastern Escarpment/Mt Cotton on 27+28 August.
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