THIS IS BMX!
This is what it looks like...
From the moment that the starting gate slams down you and up to seven other racers blast at a full sprint toward the first obstacle, BMX racing will give you that rush of adrenaline you've been looking for. Big jumps can mean big air. Steep backsides, deep turns, and downhill sections can add up to massive speeds.
To realize the total thrill that BMX gives a rider, you really need to experience it. Once you try BMX racing, we practically guarantee you'll be hooked for life.
IT'S BUILT SMALL
...SO YOU CAN GO BIG!
It’s got a single gear. But don’t be fooled… this is no “one-speed”. This bike hauls as fast as you can crank it—with 20-inch wheels designed to accelerate in a hurry and handle the biggest landings. It’s a BMX race bike, engineered to meet the challenges of today's highly technical racetracks and speed straight to the podium.
WITH BIG REWARDS, COMES A LITTLE BIT OF RISK.
YOUR SAFETY IS OUR CONCERN.
FACT: BMX racing isn’t any more dangerous than other youth sports. Statistics have shown that kids in the traditional (less “extreme”) sports such as basketball, football, baseball and soccer suffer more injuries than in BMX racing. The reason why, perhaps, is that BMX requires protective gear. You can’t go on the track without it. While the level or amount of safety gear is up to you, a rider must at least sport the basics of an approved helmet, long sleeve shirt and long pants.
WHEN YOU GET TO THE TOP
of the starting hill at any BMX track, you can't help but feel this huge surge of adrenaline. As you roll your bike in to the starting lane - whether it's for the first time ever or the thousandth time in years, you know you're about to experience the thrill of a lifetime. A thrill that no other sport can provide. As you scope out the track one last time before setting up to start, you feel that rush. Soon as the starting gate slams down, the next 30 to 40 seconds is like a wild dirt roller coaster that you are in complete control of.
From the two-year old learning to balance on the Strider pushbike, to the expert athlete flying over the obstacles with the greatest of ease, to the seasoned rider who still digs the rush of the ride, every track has something fun for every level of rider. And that’s the really great thing about going to the BMX track; big or small, novice or expert, you ride at your own speed.
While in football, basketball, baseball or soccer - every field of play will always be identical. Not so in this action sport. While every course has a starting gate and a finish line, that’s where the similarity begins and ends. No two tracks are identical. The lengths of tracks will vary as much as the size and arrangement of obstacles. Some are fairly flat while other have faster downhill sections. Some shorter tracks will be 300 meters long while others can be as long as 400 meters. Today's BMX tracks are nothing like the rough and rocky tracks your dad or grandfather rode “back in the day”. Today’s BMX tracks are a thoughtfully designed and meticulously groomed race course.