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Whether you aspire to race, or just want to enjoy a gentle cruise around your local BMX track with the family, we can help you out.

Get started by checking out these useful links on the right. Talk to your local bike shop or club about having a go and don't hesitate to give it a crack. We've also put together a handy tips and tricks section just for you.

Now that you've got the basics sorted and are looking to improve your riding, we can help make you faster, fitter and more skilful.

Now might be the perfect time to find a coach, or join your local club if you haven't already. Don’t forget to check out all the awesome events you can do as well so you can measure yourself against the rest.

Do you dream of wearing the rainbow jersey? Or being the next Sarah Walker or Marc Willers?

Head along to your local club to enjoy regular racing, and check out national and regional races for all ages in the events calendar.

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HRH PRINCE GEORGE TO RECEIVE HIS FIRST BIKE - AVANTI LIL RIPPER

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New Zealand BMX team fit and ready to resume World Cup action

Olympic medallist Sarah Walker is fit and ready to resume competitive duties when the BikeNZ BMX team compete in the opening round of the UCI World Cup in Manchester in two weeks.

Greens launch Safe Walking and Cycling to School policy

The Green Party has today announced a new ‘Safe to School’ policy, aimed at dramatically increasing numbers of children walking and cycling to school.

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