BMX – Bicycle moto cross

BMX started in the early 70s in southern California by kids too young to ride motorcycles. They modifyed their Schwinn Stingrays to look like motocross bikes. These kids would then gather in corner lots to ride and check out each others bikes. The corner lots quickly turned into dirt tracks and developed into the organized BMX tracks of today. These dirt tracks are typically 300 to 400 metres with a series of jumps banked corners and other obstacles. Up to eight cyclists compete in each qualifying race to determine eight finalists who meet for the championship. Races are approximately 30-40 seconds in length and riders race three heats or motos heats per event (qualifying rounds, quarter finals, semi-finals) to qualify for the main event (finals)

In 2003, the International Olympic Committee made BMX a full medal Olympic sport for 2008 Summer Olympic Games in Beijing, China.

Canada hosted twice the BMX World Championships. In 1997, the event was held in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan and more recently in 2007, when Victoria, British-Columbia hosted the prestigious BMX event at the Juan de Fuca Recreation Centre.

BMX Club – Regina

13th Ave BMX


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13th Ave BMX Club is now accepting memberships.  We are dedicated to promote and grow the sport of BMX Racing.  We promote working together as a club to help all members from under the age of 6 to over the age of 50 learn to race and compete.

Our season is from May to September.

The BMX Track is located on 13th Avenue West of Lewvan Drive.

Memberships are available any time and the costs are $40

Please Note: unfortunately for insurance purposes and club packages memberships cannot be pro-rated. You will need to have purchased a membership prior to attending Club Practices/Events or you can obtain one at the track.


Equipment Requirements:

  •  All riders must wear helmets with a permanent strap attached; snaps are not allowed. Full face helmets are recommended or a helmet that covers the ears. *Balance bike riders are permitted to wear a child’s “skate type” or regular child’s helmet.
  • Riders must wear enclosed shoes that cover all toes.
  • It is recommended that riders wear long pants made of tear resistant material. Loose fitting shorts made of tear resistant material when used with knee/shin pads are permitted. No exposed skin showing from above the knee to the ankle.
  • It is recommended that riders wear long sleeve shirts. Short sleeve shirts and sufficient elbow protection is permitted.

We also recommend wearing full fingered gloves.

Bicycle Requirements

Bicycle Wheel size allowed: 12”, 16”, 18”, 20”, 24” and over.

Types of bikes allowed: Balance(Run Bike), children’s, BMX, BMX Cruisers, Dirt Jumpers, and MTB. All kickstands, chain guards, and reflector brackets must be removed. Bicycles with freestyle pegs will not be allowed on the track during club events.

Padding securely fastened to the bike on the top tube of the frame, stem, and handlebar cross bar is recommended




BMX Club – Saskatoon

Globe Bmx Raceway

Lakewood Park McKercher Drive

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2017 season

Practice nights:  TBA

Race nights: Tuesday’s and Sunday’s at 7:00p.m