BMX Race Ljubljana is growing with each of the editions, and the same is true for the 2022 race that will take place at BMX Park Ljubljana on 7th & 8th October. In total more than 150 cyclists from 10 European countries have registered for the race, including some big names from the European Cup & Champs and even Olympics. Both races are part of the Alpe-Adria BMX cup, Sunday race is ranked higher - as UCI C1 race - and will also feature live broadcast.
The BMX track in Ljubljana has hosted lots of very intense racing in the past and will surely again serve us with the great racing show. 2022 BMX Race Ljubljana will have strongest competition to date, as
Australia's sports fans will be treated to a bumper program of riding and cycling at the 2026 Commonwealth Games in Victoria. The Commonwealth Games Federation, Victorian State Government and Commonwealth Games Australia today revealed that a wide range of riding and cycling events had been added to the Games program, to be held across regional Victoria including; The Commonwealth Games debut of BMX Racing.
Shepparton is set to become an epicentre of cycling action, hosting the men’s and women’s time trials and the BMX Racing program.
UCI BMX Racing World Cup Standings after 7 Rounds. Are we going to see any changes in the standings with one more round to go today? With 500 points for a win in Elite Men and 165 points for a win in U23, it is still possible for athletes to move up (or down) in the final classification after today. Make sure to watch it.
Elite Men standings: 1 ANDRE Sylvain FRA 2335 points 2 WOOD Cameron USA 1879 3 WHYTE Kye GBR 1738 4 RENCUREL Jérémy FRA 1690 5 KENNEDY Izaac AUS 1687 6 ARBOLEDA Diego COL 1594
Elite Women standings: 1 SMULDERS Laura NED 3290 points 2 CLAESSENS Zoe SUI 2488 3 SHRIEVER Bethany GBR 2007 4 VEENSTRA Manon NED 1439
The season continues in Colombia! Don't miss the world's best BMX riders fighting in a thrilling event for the honor of becoming the 2022 UCI BMX Racing World Cup Champion and the chance of becoming an Olympian.
It feels good to have some time in a foreign country to explore, meet new people and see new things. After a few days "off" it was time to head back to the Pista BMX Carlos Ramirez for Friday's practice and Saturday's Round 7 of the UCI BMX Racing World Cup. Most of the athletes had come over to Colombia a week prior to get used to the 2500m altitude. For them it's the third weekend in Bogota and the goal was to score some good points now that Olympic qualifying has started for BMX racing since last weekend. Watching high level BMX racing you can only have respect for the athletes. That first lip of the 10m gap looks good for a dirt jump competition, but takes a different approach when hit at 60 kmh. It becomes a bit of a curb that you have to suck up to stay low. Any freestyle rider would use the transition to send it high, but that's not the goal for BMX Racing. The speed generated is so high and the racing is so close that a little elbow bump can result in being out of competition.
The support for the riders is there. With team tents, rollers, food, drinks, physios, doctors, trainers, and mental coaches at hand, the pressure gets even higher when expectations are high and points are expected. Racing down that 8 meter hill with 7 others next to you becomes a battle. With fairly packed granstands on the first straight full of loud fans, VIP's, media and coaches, making it out front is what everyone is shooting for.