At the age of 16, Harry Bink worked a nine-to-five job, but it wasn't for him and he decided to step out and establish himself as a pro FMX rider. With a background in motocross racing, the talented larrikin from Australia's capital city Canberra wasted no time in learning the biggest tricks in the sport.
Before long, Harry found himself riding shows for Movie World on the Gold Coast and became a member of the Showtime FMX team performing at events all over the country.
With a bag of tricks including Double Seat Grab Flips, Heel Clicker to Super Flip, Cordova Flip, Rock-Solid Flip and a range of technical upright tricks, Harry finished second at the Australian FMX titles and in the first Nitro World Games, he narrowly missed the FMX podium against a field of veterans.
Harry is an up-beat kid with a positive outlook on life. He loves his mates, likes hitting the gym, wakeboarding and snowboarding when he gets the time, and he doesn't mind a good party when they drop.
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