BUSSELTON has a name to watch in Bryn Weinman, a local19-year-old BMX rider who travels the world doing what he loves most.
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Bryn, who has been riding for the past five years only recentlyreturned from a three month trip to America where he trained at the residentialaction sports camp, Camp Woodward.

Sponsored by Impurity Bikes and Monster energy, the talentedformer MacKillop Catholic College student is aiming to obtain a six month American visa so he can further his skills.

“I travel around doing shows and contests and I meet lots ofdifferent people and have learnt a lot,” he said.

Bicycle motocross or BMX as it is commonly known, Bryn saysdoesn’t always have the best connotations attached to it.

“Whilst I do think it’s really strange that all my family hasgone to Uni and I ride my bike for a living, it is really annoying to getstereotyped” he said.

“But people need to know you can actually make a living fromthis sport.”

Bryn’s main inspiration is American BMX rider, Matt Hoffman,who he says invented the sport in his eyes.

“I want to see more government funding for the Busseltonskate park as there’s a lot of talent around the South West area but peoplecan’t get very far with it here in Busselton” he said.

“They would either have to travel to Dunsborough to thenewly upgraded skate park, or travel up to Perth like I used to.”

Bryn said he was looking forward to heading back to theStates next month and added that he wanted to make special thanks to hisparents and the Busselton community for their ongoing support.

Talented: Bryn Weinman travels the world with his bike.

Talented: Bryn Weinman travels the world with his bike.

Talented: Bryn Weinman travels the world with his bike.

Talented: Bryn Weinman travels the world with his bike.

This article first appeared in Hangzhou Night Net.

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