BMX riding is an outdoor sport the whole family can enjoy. Visit your local BMX track to learn to ride, practice new tricks, improve your bike skills, or to get ready for BMX racing. To find out more about BMX riding in Brisbane and how to become a registered BMX rider, contact BMX Queensland.
Council has 12 parks across Brisbane offering BMX facilities for fitness, fun and recreation. BMX facilities cater for different skill levels, but generally consist of dirt tracks, with some offering built-up dirt hills and various types of jumps. You can also ride your BMX bike in some Brisbane skate parks.
Council’s Chillout program also hosts BMX coaching clinics to teach a variety of skills, including skate park etiquette. Whether you're just starting or an expert rider, there are skills sessions catered to all riders as a part of the program.
Cycling Brisbane members have access to a number of exclusive discounts where you can shop for BMX bikes and accessories. If you’re not sure what gear you need, check out this handy list to get started on a BMX bike.
The Sleeman Sports Complex features a new state of the art BMX Supercross Track. The track includes two start ramps with major double-jumps, step ups and a technical ‘rhythm' section.