PARTICIPATION EXTREMES: BMX mini wheelers and Olympians come together.
PARTICIPATION EXTREMES: BMX mini wheelers and Olympians come together. CONTRIBUTED

Hinterland BMX is two-wheeling fun

BMX (bicycle moto cross) is one of the fastest-growing sports in Australia and Hinterland BMX attracts participants throughout the region.

BMX is an action-packed sport that the whole family can participate in - from the two-year-olds on their balance bikes through to the over-60s.

Males and females enjoy participating in club activities with many also competing at higher levels such as interclub race meets, state, national, world titles or even the Olympics.

Hinterland BMX attracts participants of all ages.
Hinterland BMX attracts participants of all ages. CONTRIBUTED

Excluding school holidays, Hinterland BMX operates all-year round with training every Monday from 4.45-5.15pm for balance bikes, 5.30-6.30pm for beginners/juniors and 6.30-8pm for experienced riders.

The cost is $3 per person. Extra coaching clinics are also run throughout the week.

Race nights are held on the 2nd, 4th and 5th Friday night of each month with registration from 6-6.45pm and racing from 7pm.

The cost for these is $6 per person.

For more information, check out Hinterland Bmx Club on Facebook or phone Dom on 0408 737 839.


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