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Entries for the 2018 BMX Australian National Series have officially opened, with riders able to secure their place at all seven rounds from today until entries close two weeks prior to event day for each round.

2018 BMXA National Series fires on all cylinders, entries open!

Entries for the 2018 BMX Australian National Series have officially opened, with riders able to secure their place at all seven rounds from today until entries close two weeks prior to event day for each round.

From next year the National Series takes on a new look, with BMX Australia providing an avenue for more riders from around the country to have access to top tier competition. Significantly the series will visit all states and territories, except for Western Australia – who will host the jewel in the crown, the 2018 BMX Australia National Championships at the Bunbury BMX Club.

You can read more about the 2018 national titles HERE.

In conjunction with the opening of entries, the technical guide for the 2018 National Series has also been made available. The document specifies event dates, entry fees, series points structure, classes offered, prize money, series awards as well as specific information regarding UCI sanctioned events.

You can download the technical guide HERE.

Importantly the technical regulations deliver on the promise from BMXA President Neil Cameron that the series would be ‘racing for racing’s sake’, and that racing will be accessible for riders of all ages and abilities.

In accordance with this, there will be 32 classes of racing offered throughout the national series for both male and female athletes, with that number growing to 33 classes for UCI sanctioned events. You can check out the classes offered in the technical guide CLICK HERE.

In addition to the high number of classes on offer, riders who wish to race in more than one category on a national series weekend will be able to. With cruiser class racing now included on the schedule, a rider has the opportunity to race both their 20-inch age class, as well as their corresponding cruiser class.

At events where Superclass is offered, eligible riders could potentially race in three events –their age group race in 20-inch and Cruiser Class, as well as Superclass.

Super keen riders get excited, this series has been built for you.

At UCI sanctioned events, where Superclass will be replaced with elite and junior elite classes, it is important to note that riders who enter these classes must also race them at the 2018 national titles and at the UCI World Championships in Baku, Azerbaijan.

A rider cannot enter a UCI elite class in the national series and then race age class at nationals/worlds and vice versa. Nevertheless, a rider can race their age class at UCI sanctioned events as well as Superclass at non-UCI national series events.

With more national level racing on offer than ever before, in more locations than ever before, riders are encouraged to get entries in, especially for their home event!

Entries for international riders will open shortly and will be available online.

You can download the series technical guide HERE.

Dates and Locations of the 2018 BMX Australia National Series

ROUND 1: February 17-18 – Penrith BMX Club, NSW (UCI) CLICK TO ENTER

ROUND 2: April 21-22 – Frankston BMX Club, VIC* (UCI) CLICK TO ENTER

ROUND 3: June 23-24 – Satellite City BMX Club, NT CLICK TO ENTER

ROUND 4: July 21-22 – Nerang BMX Club, QLD* (UCI) CLICK TO ENTER

ROUND 5: August 18-19 – Cross Keys BMX Club, SA CLICK TO ENTER

ROUND 6: September 15-16 – Tuggeranong BMX Club, ACT CLICK TO ENTER

ROUND 7: October 20-21 – Launceston BMX Club, TAS CLICK TO ENTER

*Note: UCI events still subject to final UCI sanctioning approval