If you don’t have a BMX stashed out the back, but you quite like the idea of being able to pull off some pretty impressive wheelies, then the best (and safest) way to do this is in the comfort of your own home, on your games console. Although you won’t necessarily get extra perks (such as big money wins) as you would on video casino games, there are definitely the perks of having lots of fun. Here are our top favourite BMX games to enjoy which will pass away a fun few hours. Some are from recent years, whereas others go way back to the 80s - the comparison is remarkable!
BMX Simulator This game is one of the older ones out there, dating all the way back to 1986 and was playable on
Leading safety gear brand TSG and UK distributor Ison Distribution are thrilled to announce that we have signed a sponsorship agreement with the incredible venue at Adrenaline Alley. Adrenaline Alley is Europe’s largest Action Sports Venue and boasts a unique combination of ramps, foam pits and training areas catering for new riders, world champions and future Olympians alike.
This great sporting facility based in the heart of the UK enables anyone from complete beginners right through to Olympic medallists, to enjoy their chosen sport and develop their abilities all year round.
The riders and skaters who travel from all over the World to visit Adrenaline Alley form a core user sector for the high-performance safety gear that TSG produce. We are very proud to be given the opportunity to offer our support to the great people and facilities at Adrenaline Alley.
Mandy Young MBE DL, Adrenaline Alley’s co-founder and chief executive, said: “With the rising costs
Ant & I filmed this for about two years on and off riding & looking for spots in our area. Between busy schedules & injuries we got it done. Stoked on the progression & how everything came together. Featuring some of the homies as well. Hope ya enjoy!