About BMXA

Bicycle Motocross Australia (BMXA) is recognised by Sport Australia as the National Sporting Organisation (NSO) for BMX Racing and Freestyle BMX within Australia.

BMXA is the second largest national BMX organisation in the world behind the United States, with clubs located in every state, in both rural and metropolitan regions.

There is an opportunity to participate or join in BMX riding and racing, whatever level of rider you may be.

Our Philosophy

BMXA believes in a comprehensive approach – providing membership services to state associations, member clubs and members.

BMXA supports our members in meeting their needs and most importantly achieving their goals.

Our Service Guarantee

We recognise that to deliver value to our members, we must anticipate and understand the issues and challenges that our members face.

We believe in continuous improvement and constantly reviewing and updating our processes to offer the best service and products to our members.

BMXA’s Life Members

In 2017 BMX Australia officially partnered with the Australian BMX Hall of Fame and Australian BMX Museum, which keeps strong documentation of people and events of significance in Australian BMX history.

Within this information, you will find the below people spread throughout the history of BMX as having contributed much to the sport. BMX Australia Life Members have received the highest honour in the sport.

Their contribution to the sport is beyond measure, and has helped the sport to become what it is today. Below are our BMX Australia Life Members.

Graham Arnold
Ross Fisher
Annie Haddon
Julie Hays
Carey Jennings
Luke Madill
Abe Schneider
Ray Stanley
Cheryl Vince*
Alan Youdell
Barry Knight
Andy Mellish
Sally Howie
Lyndon Downing

BMXA’s Annual Reports

Click here to open the 2019 report

Click here to open the 2018 report

Click here to open the 2017 report

Click here to open the 2016 report 

Click here to open the 2015 report

Click here to open the 2014 report

Click here to open the 2013 report

Click here to open the 2012 report