The first international rider to win XG Freestyle gold (2009), this Aussie innovator also has two Best Trick medals, a silver in '09 and a bronze in '06. One of the most talented, respected and creative riders in freestyle, Bilko was the first to land a Cliff-flip and Ruler flip to dirt as well as 360 variations like the Flying Dutchman. Became a good supercross rider and turned pro in 2003, the same year he performed in his first freestyle show. He combined his freestyle and racing prowess into Speed & Style success where he earned three X Games Speed & Style silver medals. He is one of four former Freestyle gold medalists returning to the roster in 2016: Nate Adams, Adam Jones, and Taka Higashino.
- time XG Moto X medalist: 1 gold, 4 silver, 1 bronze.
- First international rider to win MTX Freestyle gold (2009).
- 8 surgeries between 2009
- 2011: Most recent surgery was elective on his left ankle in March 2016 because the joints were calcified from previous injury.
- First person to land the 360 Flying Dutchman (downside Indian air can
- can 360), Aug. 2009; Cliffhanger backflip (Feb. 2006); and Ruler backflip (early '07) to dirt.
- Now performs in the Nitro Circus Live World Tour
- One of four Freestyle gold medalists on the roster (Nate Adams, Adam Jones, Taka Higashino)
X Games Competition History
|X Games Austin 2015|| MTX Speed & Style||2nd|
|X Games Austin 2014|| MTX Speed & Style||2nd|
|X Games Los Angeles 2013|| MTX Speed & Style||2nd|
|X Games Los Angeles 2013|| MTX Freestyle||6th|
|X Games Los Angeles 2012|| MTX Freestyle||5th|
|X Games 2009|| MTX Freestyle||1st|
|X Games 2009|| MTX Best Trick||2nd|
|X Games 2008|| MTX Best Trick||4th|
|X Games 2008|| MTX Freestyle||7th|
|X Games 2008|| MTX Speed & Style||12th|
|X Games 2006|| MTX Best Trick||3rd|