At 4 years old, Harry Bink attended his first FMX show and was immediately hooked. By 16, he began to dedicate much of his time to becoming a professional FMX rider, despite a teacher telling him to set more realistic goals. In just a few years, Bink has joined the illustrious line of Australian FMX riders who are transforming the sport. After taking the Australian FMX crown in 2015, he broke onto the international competition scene the following year at X Games and X Fighters. In 2017, Bink made headlines worldwide at the Nitro World Games by landing the World’s First frontflip rock solid. Bink’s game- changing achievement earned him first-place honors in FMX Best Trick.