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BMX in Scotland

Introduction

BMX racing is an extremely exciting sport open to riders of all ages, making it great fun for all the family. Up to eight riders race, Moto-Cross-style, around a 300-400m track, with jumps, bump and berms (banked corners). The excitement and popularity of BMX racing have caught the attention of the International Olympic Committee and BMX is now an Olympic sport.

With many clubs and tracks up and down the country, it is very easy to get involved. You will find out most of what's needed to get started in this fantastic sport below.

 
About BMX

Click here to find out more about BMX.

Get Into BMX

It is very easy to get yourself on track for BMX - comparatively little equipment is required and BMX bikes are simple and robust (which means they're not too expensive), with powerful brakes and no gears.  Click here to find out how you can get into BMX.

Relevant Paperwork/Documents

If you are planning to organise a BMX race event, you can download the BMX Events Organiser's Handbook here (272kb, Word).  For more information about organising cycling events and races, please contact events@scottishcycling.org.uk or telephone 0131 317 9704.

 

 

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