Port Hedland hometown hero Bohdi Gregs dominated round two of the BMX North West Super Series on Saturday as he finished first in two races in front of a packed house. More than 200 West Australian BMX riders gathered at Hedland’s BMX club for the tournament. The first round took place in Tom Price on May 8. Perth’s Jamie Gill took out first prize in the superclass men’s division, followed by Matthew Blake in second and Finn Carpenter in third. Corona Beckamn won the women’s superclass race, with Rebecca Currie trailing in second place and Gemma Rodgers in third. Hometown rider Gregs was first past the finish line in the men’s junior superclass division and Kaylah Rushbrook was crowned champion in the women’s junior superclass race. Gregs also finished first in the 15-17 men’s race, while Ryan Darcy took home first prize in the men’s 18-and-over division. North West Super Series event coordinator Allie Monks said the event proved popular for families. “We have quite a number of families that have two to four riders in the family or all the kids and dad,” she said. “It is alcohol-free, smoke-free and free entry and everything is volunteer-run.” The Hedland BMX club has a 30-year history and has seen an increase in members from previous years. The club is averaging over 80 riders each week, up from roughly 60 riders last year. Round three of the North West Super Series will be hosted by Karratha’s BMX Club on July 3. The North West Super Series has been running for more than 10 years.