Posted on March 1st, 2017 in News, Pro.

The Mike Stewart Pipeline Invitational kicked off a few days back and did so in true boogin’ fashion.

Absence of a live webcast did little to deter performance on the North Shore and whilst all competitors went big it was Port Macquarie grom and Inverted team rider Shayden Schrader who took to the sky on day one with the biggest move of the day.

Although it’s been somewhat hard to follow it would appear after crowning Miles Kauhaahaa as Drop Knee champion, Ayaka Suzuki as Womens champion and Ezra Hill as Junior champion we’re down to the final stages of the main event. Whilst it’s hard to say who’s left and who isn’t we’ve no doubts we’re in for a final day of big moves.

Checkout day one and two highlights below!


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