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THE BEST BMX BOOK IS BACK AND THERE'S A NEW TRACK IN TOWN!

In this week's The Dirt, we welcome Bacchus Marsh BMX Club to the family AND we announce the return of the popular Sprocket Rocket Handbook!

Read about it and MORE in this week's edition and, as always, let us know what you want to see by emailing news@bmxaustralia.com.au.

Cheers,
Jackson Rickard - BMXA Media Coordinator
TOP STORY

BMX OPENS IN BACCHUS MARSH

Welcome Bacchus Marsh - Victoria’s newest club - to the BMXA family!

After commencing discussions with their local council back in 2010, the Bacchus Marsh BMX Club, located 50 kilometres north west of Melbourne, is officially affiliated with BMXA.
 
President of the newly rebuilt club, Les Stewart, is proud to be finally at the end of their very long road and can’t believe that their opening day is this weekend.
 
“I grew up here in Bacchus and back in the 80’s, BMX was quite big here,” Stewart explained.
 
“It all started when my son began racing about 12 years ago. We were going to a lot of the race meets and we started running into kids from school.
 
“We sort of scoped our area and realised that there was big participation based in Bacchus Marsh and we would all have to travel to Sunbury to compete. So, a few of us got together and went to council, that was back in 2010.”

READ THE FULL STORY HERE
NEWS BRIEF

BMXA'S 2020 RULEBOOK AND NATIONAL SERIES TECHNICAL GUIDE
 

Make sure you’re up to date on the new rule changes + why they have been modified.
 
The 2020 BMXA Rulebook and the 2020 National Series Technical Guide have been released.
 
Alongside the information on entry closing dates, there are a handful of updates which have been done to improve the general aspect of BMX in Australia.
 
This article highlights those changes, while also containing an explanation by BMXA’s Technical Committee.

READ HERE

THE SPROCKET BOOK IS BACK!
 

The best book in BMX has returned and it can be yours NOW.

The fan favourite Sprocket Rocket Handbook is back and has been revamped to ensure that the future stars of the sport can begin their journey with the best skills in the business.
 
Orchestrated by BMXA’s national coaching manager Luke Madill, everything from pedalling to balancing, to braking and even cornering, is prepared in an easy to understand and fun-filled book.
 
Coach feedback is also encouraged, while the potential 2040 Olympians can get their idols to sign it in the autograph section!

GET YOURS HERE!
QUICK CLIPS

THUNDERSTRUCK AT KNOX

One of the biggest events on the Victorian BMX calendar went down over the weekend and the Tales from the Berm by BAD BOY has covered all the angles. READ  - HERE 

LOUPOS LAUNCHES TO WORLD TITLE

Brandon Loupos claimed the rainbow jersey, Logan Martin took silver, while Natalya Diehm moved Australia a step closer to Olympic qualification. READ - HERE

FREESTYLING SUCCESS IN WA

Flipping and flying, a little different to your standard BMX racing.

Read what happened at the WA BMX Freestyle State Championships. - HERE

HOT LINKS
  •  TOP PICK  ABC Club Challenge Cup, Cockburn BMX Club, WA - ENTER HERE
     
  •  CLOSING SOON  Gove Area Services 2019 Gove Open, Nhulunbuy BMX Club, NT - ENTER HERE
     
  • 2019 Ashmore BMX November Rumble, Ashmore BMX Club, QLD - ENTER HERE
     
  • 2019 BMXV State Championships, Casey BMX Club, VIC - ENTER HERE
     
  • 2019 Battle @ Bunno, Bunbury BMX Club, WA - ENTER HERE
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