Sports Camps Australia are gearing up for a few days of BMX action in Victoria and NSW over the coming days and your kids could take part in a great holiday activity!
Kids mad about riding their bikes can put their skills to the test these school holidays at full-day events being held by Sports Camps Australia in Ballarat and Sydney in the coming week…in the process they’ll make new friends and have some serious fun.
The first event to take place will be the BMX camp at Ballarat Sebastopol BMX Club on Thursday July 12. Leading the way for eager campers will be six-time Australian champion and club coach Tony Harvey, who has been responsible for coaching some of our best riders in recent times.
This junior camp is aimed at assisting young riders achieve the highest level they can by fine tuning their skills and trach the safest way to ride in a fun environment. Riders of all skill levels will also get the chance to learn the fine art of BMX racing.
Kids don’t need to be a BMX Australia member to be eligible.Sign up for the BMX camp in Ballarat HERE.
Great first day at BMX Camp in Castle Hill!
Meanwhile Monday and Tuesday next week (July 16-17) will see Sydney Olympic Park come alive for a junior BMX camp.
The Sydney BMX Club will be the driving force behind this camp and hope to help riders improve their skill level dramatically in a short period of time. The goal for the club will be to see young riders feel more comfortable performing their favourite skills and tricks at camps end.
BMX racers and freestyle riders will be equally at home for this camp, with the track catering for both – whether they are beginners or advanced riders.
Highlights for campers include: