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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.
New Zealand suffered frustration at the Ahoy Arena in Rotterdam as Sarah Walker placed fifth in the elite women's race and the top Kiwi men’s hopes crashed out on a dramatic final day at the UCI BMX World Championships.
The final day of challenge class competition saw the cruiser classes battle it out, with New Zealand earning a gold and a silver medal.
The second day of challenge class competition saw 5-11 and 12-16 year old riders compete, with New Zealand riders earning 4 gold, 4 silver and 3 bronze medals.
The Kiwi BMX contingent will take on a tight indoor test at the world championships in Rotterdam at the weekend.
Competition is underway for the challenge classes in Rotterdam, with 17 and over and masters racing now complete.