There are 32 clubs around New Zealand that are open to new membership. The range from Whangarei in the North to Invercargill in the South.
Anyone keen to give BMX racing a go should visit a local club, find one that is close to you, so that travelling to the Club is easy and you can use the benefits of membership.
As a beginner, talk to your local Club and ask what is needed and how to get started. Your local club will be the key place for all BMX information.
At the start any bike will do, and you can update your bike as you get more serious about the sport later. Some Club's may even have rental bikes, helmets and safety gear. This may allow you to try out the sport and get a feel for the experience.
BMXNZ allow three free club nights, as part of the beginners experience. To ride or race, it is your time to find out about the sport. After that you can sign up and be part of our community.
Each club will offer membership to their club, part of this membership includes a race licence with BMXNZ. This race licence allows you to race ongoing at the club or throughout New Zealand after your first few try's of the sport.
The Membership cost varies from club to club and depends on what they offer their members.
Clubs will offer training and coaching opportunities for riders and BMXNZ offers training for volunteer coaches and officials.
BMX New Zealand
PO Box 1073Waikato Mail Centre
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