BMX was derived from Motocross Racing.


BMX bicycle races are sprint races on purpose-built single-lap race tracks.

The track is usually between 300 – 400m and consists of a ramp-style starting gate for up to eight racers, and is made of various jumps and rollers and a finish line.

BMX racing rewards strength, quickness, and bike handling.

BMX racing became a medal sport at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing under the UCI sanctioning body.



BMX Western Australia is the umbrella organisation for the sport of BMX racing in Western Australia, and currently has 20 affiliated clubs across the State.

Our aim is to grow, promote and provide a comprehensive support system for the sport of BMX, recognizing the benefits of participation for all Western Australians and to provide the best competitive environment where members can reach their potential by providing the best possible developmental pathways in Western Australia. Athletes then have the opportunity to compete at both national and international levels through our affiliation with BMX Australia.

Our office is based in West Leederville and is operated by a combination of a permanent administration officer and a voluntary Board of Directors. The Board of BMX Sports Western Australia work tirelessly towards their vision of being the best-administered and most progressive BMX Association within Australia.

Current Board of BMX Sports Western Australia Inc

President Warren Edwardes
Director Des MacCormack
Director Lee-Ann Meads
Director Penny Ainger
Director Don Thomas