Bink is the latest in a long line of Australian freestyle riders to compete at X Games. The Canberra native attended a freestyle show at the age of 4 and was immediately hooked. Started riding freestyle at 16, when he and friends built a ramp from a local scrapyard. By 17 he was landing backflips. Competed in his first show at age 18, the Royal Canberra Show -- the same one he watched as a 4-year-old. The 2015 Australian FMX champion is a member of the Nitro Circus and Showtime FMX in Australia and hopes to do the Rock Solid backflip at X Games Austin 2016.
- XG rookie hopes to do Rock Solid backflip in Best Trick.
- 2015 Australian FMX champion.
- 2015 Nitro Circus Rookie of the Year; member of Showtime FMX.
- Has performed a double grab frontflip into foam pit, but has not done it to dirt.
X Games Competition History
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