Tom Pages, the former Freestyle Motocross World Champion Is Back!

Tom Pages, the former Freestyle Motocross World Champion has announced his participation in this year’s Monster Energy competition dubbed ‘Best Trick’ at AUS-X Open in Australia hoping to win the pool of $120,000 prize. The competition will take place on 12th and 13th November at Sydney’s Qudos Bank Arena (formerly called Allphones) where he came second, last year. Page expressed his excitement to participate again in the AUS-X Open which he termed as a grand event.

The 2016 AUX-Open is a fierce competition as Pages puts it especially with the attendance of big names like Clinton (Moore) but he remains hopeful to be the champion. To cease a gold medal in the FMX Best Trick requires one to put a show with the best performances in the Motorcycle game, with a high-end display of the stunning double backflip, frontflip, backflip variations and the 360 and 540 spin tricks. The most recent of the Best-Trick Contest trick is the influx body varials.

AUS-X participant Mr. Page says , it feels an awesome experience competing alongside big names in the Motorcycle Best-Tricks’ supercross race competitions such as Chad Reeds, Ryan Villopoto and Cooper Webb. He believes that the event is a real honor for him to share an experience with these legends of the industry and looks forward to it. Pages is not the only big name to announce his participation to this years’ Monster Energy Best Trick, Clinton Moore an Australian legend was second to announce his engagement last week to the AUS-X Open. It is expected to have more big names in the book with time before the whistle blows off in the AUS-X Open.

The Southern Hemisphere has the AUS-X Open as the most valuable sports event attended by many. The FMX Best Trick competition has a schedule alongside the international supercross exclusive to decorate the ceremony for the best experience for everyone. Registration for attendance to the AUS-X Open is ongoing through the selling fast at $40. Don’t be left out, book your tickets now to the 2016 AUS-X Open.

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