Please see below an update on the rescheduling of the 2020 BMXA National Championships and Oceania Championships. 

As outlined in previous statements, the 2020 BMXA National Championships and Oceania Championships have been postponed, with the intention to reschedule them to a date in late 2020.

We intended to have the rescheduled date released by now, however, due to the unprecedented nature and global impact of COVID-19 that has also forced the postponement of the world championships, coordination amongst all stakeholders is difficult.

We eagerly await and have been seeking a date for the rescheduled 2020 UCI BMX World Championships to ensure that we do not potentially clash with those dates. As soon as the UCI announce a new date, provided there is no clash, we will be able to announce the new dates for the national and Oceania championships. We continue to seek a new date from the UCI.

Given the likely rescheduled date for the 2020 BMXA National Championships will be late in the year, BMXA are conscious that the 2021 National Championships cannot fall too close to this event. We are currently looking at a model where the 2021 BMXA National Championships are potentially held late next year.

BMXA is in constant talks with UCI and other stakeholders in order to finalise and release these dates as soon as possible.

Given Government advice amid the current situation, we also do not expect the 2020 National Series to re-commence until late in the year. We will continue to monitor this situation and update members as things develop.

We thank the BMXA community for your patience in these difficult times and appreciate your understanding as we endeavour to resolve these new event dates as soon as possible.