If you're into Freestyle BMX, there is a good chance you've heard that it's making its Olympic Games debut in Tokyo 2020. This is pretty massive news for the sport - and for the athletes involved. The Olympics is the pinnacle of global sport - it's the largest sporting event in the world by a country mile - and now, alongside international sporting icons, we'll have Freestyle BMX Riders competing. Read More
Check out the Results from the Rampfest BMX International C1-Contest. Brandon Loupos took out the Win, Boyd Hilder came 2nd, and Jason Watts was in 3rd place. Read More
We're proud to announce that we've partnered with Cycling Australia to host the inaugural Freestyle BMX Nationals on the 24-25th of November!
With Freestyle BMX winning an inclusion into the Olympic Games from 2020, more and more major competitions have been springing up globally. Our Aussie riders have been extremely successful internationally, and we wanted to give them a chance to compete on home soil!