North East Skatepark Series all wrapped up
Riley Adams was one of 12 competitors in his age group for scootering and was absolutely rapt to find out that he had placed second to his great mate Ned Butters.
Once each of the age groups for each category in BMX, Scooter and Skateboarding were presented it was on to the Overall Series Winners.
Listening to the other category winners being announced, it was then time for the scooter section.
While a little nervous listening to them calling the name for third, second and finally, first place – Riley Adams.
“To say I was over the moon for him would be an understatement,” Bec Adams, Riley’s mum, said.
“He has worked very hard over the past 10 months and 13 rounds to fine tune his tricks as well as learn some new ones along the way.”
Riley would like to thank his sponsor, Catchwaves Australia, as well as all of his friends and family that have given support along the way.
He would also like to say thank you to Josh Payne for taking the time to come to either the local skate park or comps to take photos of him.
And last but not least his number one fans, his Mum Bec, Dad Ben and older brother Bailey.
Up next for Riley is focusing on his next ASA event in Melbourne early next year, so needless to say the Adams family will be spending plenty of time at as many skate parks as possible over the Christmas and New Year break.