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The 2019 BMX Australia BAD BOY National Championships was held at the Shepparton BMX Club in Northern Victoria from May 20-25.

 


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The 2019 BMX Australia BAD BOY National Championships was held at the Shepparton BMX Club in Northern Victoria from May 20-25.

Located just two hours outside of Melbourne, Shepparton has proved to be a hotspot of BMX competition for a number of years. Regular hosts of the BMXA National Series, the club also hosted the national titles back in 2014 and 2010.

With support from the Victorian State Government and Greater Shepparton City Council, it is expected that there will be 2000 entrants for Australia’s 2019 premier BMX race week .


VENUE


Shepparton BMX Club

96 Packham St, Shepparton VIC 3630


TECHNICAL GUIDES

To download the 2019 BMX Australia BAD BOY National Championships Technical Guide – CLICK HERE 

For the Technical Guide on State Teams, Corporate Teams and Club Teams – CLICK HERE


RIDERS LIST

To see the full riders list – CLICK HERE


RESULTS

2019 Honour Roll – HERE

Wednesday (Pro Spectacular) – HERE

Thursday (Cruisers & Sprockets) – HERE

Friday (Block 1) – HERE

Friday (Block 2) – HERE

Saturday (Championships Classes + rest of challenge) – HERE


EVENT SCHEDULE

To see a final schedule of the 2019 BMXA BAD BOY National Championships – CLICK HERE

NOTE: Please note all of the above times are strictly a guide only and are subject to change at short notice 


PRO SPECTACULAR SCHEDULE

Wednesday, May 22

1:00pm – 1:30pm: Superclass practice (master classes practice with age during designated practice during the morning sessions)

1:45pm – 2:15pm: Moto 1 all classes

2:20pm – 2:45pm: Moto 2 masters/LCQ/moto 3 masters/moto 2 superclass women

2:45pm  – 3:00pm: Qualifiers superclass men

3:00pm – 3:15pm: Finals (masters, moto 3 superclass women & superclass men)

*****All the above timings are subject to change*******


EVENT INFORMATION (Site Maps, parking, spectator space)

SITE MAPCLICK HERE

SPECTATOR SPACE AND PIT TENT AREA

To view the state spectator space allocation around the track – CLICK HERE

To view the velodrome site map – CLICK HERE

Please note the following:

  • Space around the track has been allocated based on the number of riders from each state.
  • Weather-protected marquees will be provided around the track for spectators – no personal tents may be erected within the track precinct. If public marquees are erected inside the track precinct, they will be asked to be removed directly.
  • Public spectator space is available within the velodrome area as per the site map. Spectators will have access to this area from 9am on Monday May 20.
    A drop-off area will be available, however all vehicles must park in the public car park once equipment has been dropped off.

PARKING

To view the national championship parking – CLICK HERE

Parking personnel will be on duty to direct you to BMX parking.
Please note the following:

    • Parking will cost $2.00 per vehicle.
    • Parking will be available in specified parking bays only.
      NO parking is permitted on road kerbs, medium strips etc. Parking officials will be on duty during the event and BMXA takes no responsibility for cars parked illegally. 
    • Cars with trailers will be required to park in the equestrian centre.

SHEPPARTON AND SURROUNDS: WHERE TO STAY

The first thing to know is the Greater Shepparton Visitor Centre should be your best friend when looking to find something that suits you and the needs of your travel party.

Greater Shepparton offers an extensive range of accommodation styles to suit a wide range of requirements and budgets. With over 1800 beds available within 15-20 minute radius of the event venue, accommodation options include: serviced apartments, quality hotels and motels, bed and breakfast facilities, caravan parks, cabins and camping.

This wide variety of options allows fantastic flexibility and value for money for people attending the nationals.

The Greater Shepparton Visitor Centre is open 7 days a week and provides prospective visitors with a professional service coupled with knowledgeable staff to take the hassle out of finding accommodation. Contact them using the details below:

By reaching out, you’ll get the best assistance to help you find suitable accommodation to match your requirements.

The Greater Shepparton Visitor Centre can work with individuals, families, clubs, states or pro-teams to provide information on accommodation to suit their requirements.

When it comes to food, it’s important to note, most of the restaurants are within the Central Business District of Shepparton. And there are of course a number of supermarkets to buy your own to prepare at your accommodation, if that’s what you are after.

If you’re looking for assistance in transport to Shepparton, BMXA advise to go through normal channels – either via the web or a travel agent.


THINGS TO DO IN GREATER SHEPPARTON

For information on what to do when you’re not racing – CLICK HERE!


MEDIA ACCREDITATION

If you are interested in obtaining media accreditation over the weekend – CLICK HERE

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