Launceston riders have taken advantage of racing back on their home track to dominate the final day of the BMX Tasmania state titles.
The host club that staged the annual event claimed six junior titles from the 15 finals up for grabs on Sunday.
Tasmania's premier BMX competition attracted 175 riders, including 134 from all three of the state's clubs while a further 30 attended from Victoria alone.
The highlight of Sunday's racing was the rides in the penultimate superclass and the 20-inch challenge class that featured A and B finals at the weekend.
Nick Karras took out the prime 16-year-old boys age division, beating out five competitors for the title.
The Launceston BMX Club continued to have a series of winners all the way down the age groups.
Shelby Steward captured the 14-year-old girls final.
She had won the first of her two titles earlier on Saturday in the 13-16 age cruiser girls.
Cohan Smith was too good in the 13-year-old boys race.
Campbell Whitney beat out stiff competition in the 12-year-old boys division
Amy Bracken crossed first in the 11-year-old girls final.
Jackson Quill outlasted eight others to win the nine-year-old boys final.
Wynyard BMX Park also took out five of the illustrious senior titles.
North-West rider Reece Ellis crossed the line first in the 25-29 age men's race on Sunday as well as a win in the cruiser final on Saturday.
Clubmate Harrison Templeton was also crowned state champion for the 17-24 age men's division.
Joel Lee won the 35-39 years cruiser men's final, while Matthew French won the 40-44 years cruiser.
Tasmanian riders will now head to the next round of the three-round state series in May to be held at Hobart after Launceston hosted the opener last week.