Corey Bohan (born on January 15, 1982 in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia) is an Australian professional BMX dirt rider. Growing up in Brisbane, Corey seemed destined to be an extreme athlete. He blew up in the BMX Dirt scene in 2002 after placing second in the Planet X Games, earning sponsors and respect through the sport. He earned a silver medal in the Summer X Games in 2003, before winning the X Games in 2004 and 2005. In 2006, he made history by becoming the first athlete to tree-peat in BMX dirt at the X Games. Corey would also win the Dirt Jumper of the Year at the NORA cup Awards for five years in a row. Corey is known as one of the first riders to land front flips and barspin to tailwhips while on dirt. He’s also one of the first riders to win back-to-back XG Dirt Gold. His signature massive backflips and no-hand one-foot to tailwhips has earned him stardom all across the world. In 2012, Corey launched a new Red Bull YouTube BMX Channel called Wizard of Aus, gaining mainstream attention and thousands of new fans. He rebranded the reality-television show Hanging Foul with Corey Bohan in 2013. In 2016, he placed second in the UK BMX Dirt Series.
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Corey Bohan is best known as a BMX dirt rider and for his relationship with The Hills Audrina Patridge.
Corey and Audrina began dating in 2008. The on-again/off-again couple welcomed their first child, a daughter named Kirra Max, on June 24, 2016. The couple was married on November 5, 2016. Audrina reportedly filed for divorce on Sept. 20, two days after she reportedly filed for a temporary restraining order against him.