Ashmore Gold Coast BMX Club was formed in 1980 and is sponsored by the Gold Coast City Council with Alderman Keith Thompson as our patron.
The Atherton BMX Club was incorporated in 2000 and we currently have over 100 registered members ranging from 2 years to 40+ years in age. Atherton BMX is situated in the FNQ Zone which includes Burdekin BMX, Townsville BMX, Cairns BMX, Island BMX (Mt Isa) and Weipa BMX.
We are a club that prides ourselves on our community spirit and the sense of ‘family’ that we foster. We provide a safe, friendly community environment where riders of all levels can develop their skills, confidence and knowledge with support.
The Beenleigh BMX Club is located on the corner of Boundary and Logan Streets Beenleigh.
We adjoin the Beenleigh Freestyle BMX Park and Doug Larsen Park, which is home to a variety of bird life and has barbeques, swings, playground equipment and ponds.
The aim of the Club Committee is to provide a safe, fun sport which the whole family can enjoy either by racing or on a social level.
Our Club is like you, we want to see kids and parents have fun and be part of the action!
The Bundaberg BMX Track is situated off the Airport road directly behind the Brothers Sports Club in Takalvan Street and opposite the airport.
Burdekin BMX Club was formed in 1984 with the help of the APEX Club. Our track is located in Kennedy Street, Ayr. Situated 1 hour south of Townsville, Ayr is in the heart of the Burdekin cane cutting country.
We hold 2 local carnivals a year and riders including their families from all over the state are invited to attend. Camping is available with toilets and showers. The canteen is very popular with everyone for dinner and breakfast on Sunday on 2 day Carnivals. Our green, well kept lawns, big shady trees, excellent canteen and facilities makes racing and watching always a well worth trip to Ayr.
The Caboolture and District BMX Club Inc has been formed since 1981. The track is situated at the Centenary Lakes Sports Complex, Morayfield Road, Caboolture.
Situated in the heart of Cairns is the Cairns BMX Club. Our club has been going strong for 35 years and is now home to over 300 passionate riders who come week in week out to ride at the track and enjoy the fantastic facilities we have on offer.
We have been proactively marketing the sport of BMX here in Cairns and this is showing as each week we are having more and more people visit the track to try out what the sport of BMX can offer.
With a list of large successful events already under our belt we know that we are experienced in organising events of magnitude and can offer a positive experience for riders, sponsors and spectators.
Training Sessions are held at the track every Tuesday and Thursday afternoons except during school holidays. There is a gold coin donation for training and all sessions are conducted by accredited coaches although parental help is required. May to August 4.30pm – 5.30pm & September to April 5.00pm – 6.00pm (all ages).
Our club meets for race night every Friday except the last Friday of the month. Rider nominations close at 7pm, racing starts at 7:30pm.
Gates training night is every Tuesday night, beginners and mini wheelers only from 6-6:30 pm and experienced riders only from 6:30pm to 8pm. (if you are joining up on the night please arrive around 5:30pm or if you require a loan bike and helmet).
All new riders are welcome to borrow club bikes, helmets and gloves, please ensure your rider is wearing long pants, long sleeves and enclosed shoes (slip on or velcro shoes preferred).
Centenary Plains Club Members –
Tuesday nights $3 per rider or $7 for family (3 or more riders)
Friday nights $7 per rider or $16 family (3 or more riders)
Visitors or non club members
Tuesday nights $5 per rider or $12 family (3 or more)
Friday nights $10 or $22 family (3 or more riders)
Canteen is open on Tuesday nights from 6pm and friday nights from 6:30 pm
Centenary Plains BMX club is an alcohol free area
We are a newly established club located in the town of Emerald. We formed after a group of us moved to the Central Highlands region from various other BMX clubs in QLD. We each saw this amazing track in Emerald and came together to form a club to continue our love of racing and to share the love of BMX with Emerald and the wider Central Highlands community. Our current members come from towns throughout the region including Blackwater, Clermont, Springsure and Emerald.
Come and join us in the fun of racing, and become a part of a friendly, inclusive, family orientated club.
We are dedicated to all of the above!
We encourage all riders to race at any level – young or old. And it’s for both Male and Females……. So come and give it a try!
The Cooloola BMX Club was started in 1988. The riders raced on a track at Mothar Mountain Speedway while work was started on a track at One Mile Ovals.
A lot of volunteer work done by hard working and dedicated members, parents and riders, and the generosity of local business who provided equipment and support, soon turned what was once wasteland into a competitive track. The first 2 attempts to race were thwarted by wet weather and 8 metres of flood water covering the track.
Finally on Saturday 21st April 1989, a field of 33 riders contested the first BMX race meeting to be held at the Cooloola BMX track. At the end of 1996, we erected our lights and began racing on Friday nights.
The Harbour City BMX Club first began in 1980 under the direction of Phil Grant. With hours of hard labour by very keen workers using only shovels and wheelbarrows, the track slowly took shape. Phil’s vision was to build a track for his boys and their mates and as time transpired and word got around and a lot of the local kids joined in on the fun. BMX had come to Gladstone and was here to stay.
Our Club Race Nights are held on the first 3 friday nights of each month. Fun Night 5th Friday of the Month. Our gate nights & training nights are held every Wednesday night of each month>Mini Wheelers ( Free Entry ) 5.30pm- 6.00pm. Beginners: 5.30pm – 7.00pm. General Rider Entry: 6.00pm – 7.30pm. Riders > $3.00 each , Immediate Family only >$7.00
Come Check Out Why BMX is the Fastest Growing Sport on 2 Wheels!!!
The concept of Logan City BMX Academy makes us unique to other BMX clubs. Our Mission is to develop bike skills and educate members about bike maintenance and bike safety. We encourage children to participate in a bike activity, to have fun and enjoy riding their bike, while developing their bike skills. Logan City BMX Academy caters for all ages and all levels of bike riders from beginners to competition riders.
The Pioneer BMX Club was originally established at the Cremone grounds in the mid 70’s. In 1988 after the floods almost destroyed the track, it was decided that a better location was needed. A new lease was secured on the present Norris Road grounds and the track was relocated. In 1989 the new Mackay Pioneer BMX Club Inc was formed. Our club is now in its 28th year at its present location, with great thanks to the many club families and friends who have kept it alive.
Welcome to the Maryborough BMX Club! We have a club of around 160 members and riders young and not so young. We try to create a friendly atmosphere for all people who attend our race meets and our executive committee are available to meet with any members who have or wish to express any ideas or concerns that they may have.
Maryborough had its first track adjacent to the cycle velodrome and raced there for approximately 18 months back in 1980. In 1981 the Sporting Car club leased land to the Club and a new facility was built in October 1981. Since then the club has seen many track changes and ground changes through the years.
Moranbah BMX club is located in the Central Queensland town of Moranbah, known as the Oasis in the Coal Fields. The club was established in 1986 and has been the home track to many well known sports stars. 2016 will see the 30th anniversary of the Club celebrated with an anniversary “Weekend of Madness” 2 day carnival in June.
Moranbah BMX Club is a friendly welcoming club currently with over 100 members. The club has a regular race night every Thursday night starting at 5.30pm and training for all riders on a Tuesday afternoon. The club will be having the annual come and try day on the 19th of February where potential riders can come and talk to the committee and coaches to find out more about this great little club.
The Nerang BMX Club was founded on the 4th May 1979 where the Nerang RSL now stands. The Club has moved twice since then and is now situated in Mortensen Road, Nerang. In 1989 the track area was fully fenced. The facility is totally maintained by dedicated members.
At Pine Rivers we promote a family atmosphere for racing. We encourage all riders to race at any level. Young or old! You are never too late or early to start. We have had riders over the years start at the age of 3yrs to 50yrs + so Come and try.
The Proserpine BMX Club is a not-for-profit organisation that provides a sporting facilities that is open to club members and the community.
BMX is one sport where all family members can participate and ride. Riders from 4yo to 50+ take to the track to have some action packed fun!
Redlands BMX Club has been proudly providing the Redlands community with a home for BMX racing for 40 years. The club takes pride in the fact it is home to national and international BMX Athletes who compete across the globe, as well as a large proportion of members who compete at Regional, State, National and International levels.
Redlands BMX Club is a fully licensed club that hosts a number of club and regional racing, and is heavily involved in state and national events. We are proud of our history in the Redlands and our commitment is to continually improve our club and our facilities which serve not only our members but also the greater community.
The Rockhampton BMX Club has been an important part of the community since 1975, and we currently have over 200 registered riders, male and female, aged from 2 years of age to over 40 years of age.
Sarina bmx is a family friendly club , it has wonderful friendly atmosphere and is a great sport for the whole family. We are welcoming new members.
Sleeman Sports Complex is home to a new state of the art BMX Supercross Track, which features two start ramps (5m and 8m with an 18/28° sloping angle) with major double-jumps, step ups and a technical ‘rhythm’ section.
These new facilities offer riders of all levels a chance to experience a track of Olympic standard.
Note: This is not a BMX Club, it is simply a track used for many affiliated events such as Club, Zone, State and National events.
Welcome to the Hinterland BMX Club. Keep up to date with club activities and upcoming events. See you all trackside soon.
The Sunshine Coast BMX Club was incorporated in 1988 and we currently have approximately 80 registered members.
BMX racing is a year round sport. Sunshine Coast BMX Club races every Wednesday night during school term, 6.45pm gate drop with training on Tuesday nights every week in school term from 5.30pm
Groups of up to 8 riders compete on the track in each heat. Scores are awarded for finishing positions. Riders under the age of 8 years compete as Sprocket Rockets and are not scored. They are encouraged to enjoy the sport without the pressure of competition.
Welcome to our club and have fun.
Toowoomba BMX Established 1978, and still going strong today. A friendly atmosphere where people of all skills can come to ride their BMX bikes.
Townsville BMX Club Inc. has been in operation since 1978, and has consistently produced State, National and International title holders.
Racing is on Friday nights and racing starts at 7.15pm, Come and see why we love BMX and watch an action packed evening of racing for free!
The fast expanding country town of Walkerston is situated 11km west of Mackay. The BMX track can be found at McLennan’s Park bounded by sugar cane and a scenic creek.
The Club was formed in 1982 and has continued to grow and provide many families with enjoyment. Through the years our members have achieved Queensland, Australian and World ratings.
The surface of our BMX track consists of a mixture of decomposed granite and clay with some asphalt berms.
People choose the sport of BMX for health, fitness, enjoyment and friendship.
Weipa BMX Club was established in the late 1970’s/early 1980’s and was originally located in Transmission Street before relocating to its present site.