BMX twins share bike club's open award: VIDEO

Jayden and Harry Chambers are the Manning Valley BMX Club's Male Open Riders of 2015.

Jayden and Harry Chambers are the Manning Valley BMX Club's Male Open Riders of 2015.

FORSTER’S BMX twins Harry and Jayden Chambers are used to doing things together, from racing to training.

And now the 11-year-olds are sharing one of the Manning Valley BMX Club's biggest awards - the Male Open Rider of 2015.

Harry Chambers taking his first ever finals win in the cruiser class.

The award comes after a great year of riding for the Chambers twins, and just ahead of the Australian Titles in Bathurst in March.

Last year in September Jayden Chambers reached third place in the 11-years boys 2015 BMX State Series out of 50 competitors.

His brother Harry had to settle for second best twin after battling pneumonia for most of the year.

However, Harry took back the glory after during the 2015 State Titles at Lake Macquarie in October after Jayden crashed in the semi finals. 

Harry made it through the semi finals and came out of the final with third, and claimed third on the ladder in their division for the coming year.

Jayden will represent the NSW State team at the Australian Titles at Bathurst on March 3.

The next day both twins will race together during their Challenge class against 74 other riders, all competing for a top eight finals placing.

Harry and Jayden hope to put their hard work to the test at Bathurst and have travelled to the track from Forster twice this month to get some practice time in. 

The boys raced Liverpool on the weekend with Jayden winning his first two races then taking a big fall in third and couldn't finish his day.

However, Harry had a wonderful day racing two classes for the first time ever and taking his first ever finals win in the cruiser class and pulling up with a respectable third place in the 20 inch final.

They are racing in Camden in February for the first round of the State Series for 2016. 

When asked what he thinks of all the time spent in the car, Harry said: “we’ve been doing it since we were six so we’re used to it. 

It’s good when mum lets us have a go in the front seat with dad so we can stretch our legs out.”

Jayden also says that he loves riding all of the different tracks around New South Wales. 

“I have friends at every track of all different ages and it’s good to catch up with them and test out our skills together,” he said. 

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