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About Zane Lines

Hello my name is Zane Lines I was born in Bunderburg on the 15th of December 2011 I go on scooters and I freestyle. I'm making my own skatepark so I can train every day. I have five pets. Our pets are Bud Bud Gromit and Nugget and the two budgies are named Bluey and William Walter White Wesley. My family are Bill and Jill, Vance and Indigo.I’m Australian so I go there on holidays and one of my favourite places is the Big Banana. When I grow up I'm going to be a scooter rider. I'll see you later.

Remember When

Remember when I jumped off a trampoline into the foam pit? That was the holidays. Remember when I jumped with Isaac on to the not pointed triangle?  That was the holidays. Remember when I jumped [...]

By |26th September 2019|Classes, Ruma Tahi|0 Comments

Bmx

BMX stands for Bicycle Motorcross. I do BMX. I go off the biggest ramp and there’s a lot of obstacles. I do manuals, whips, jumps and wheelies. I do 5 races and on Sunday I do training. [...]

By |25th September 2019|Classes, Ruma Tahi|0 Comments

Challenge

A challenge is something that is something not always easy to do in the first place. My challenge is to land a tailwhip with friends named Kyrin and Vance. A tailwhip is a scooter trick [...]

By |22nd September 2019|Classes, Ruma Tahi|0 Comments

Christchurch

  Christchurch is the largest city in the South Island of NZ and the third-largest city in New Zealand. It has a population of 404,500. The Maori name is Otautahi. Christchurch is located in Canterbury [...]

By |22nd September 2019|Classes, Ruma Tahi|0 Comments

The Weta

Weta are a native NZ insect.   They have six spiky legs and their bodies grow up to 7.5 cms long. They weigh up to 3.5 grams. They have curved tusks.   Their habitat is [...]

By |20th September 2019|Classes, Ruma Tahi|0 Comments

Kereru

The kereru is a native N.Z bird.   They have green feathers. They are 51 cms long and weigh about 550-850 grams. They have white feathers. Their heads are green but sometimes look purple.   [...]

By |20th September 2019|Classes, Ruma Tahi|0 Comments