The BMX World Championships will take place in the summer of 2021 (August 14 – 22, 2021). The World Cup will be a feast not only for the BMX fan but also for the general public and the business community. Naturally, we adhere to the guidelines set by the Dutch government and RIVM. In addition to the BMX World Cup, there are social programs, music & entertainment and various side events. For example, the BMX World Cup is part of the Ultimate Urban Festival .
With less than few days left to go before the 2020 UCI BMX Challenge classes kick off in Houston . See live streaming times on our YouTube Channel starting with the Preview Show taking a behind-the-scenes look before the racing starts.
You can watch the live stream of the Challenge Races (free)
Help us get the word out that you should not have to pay, use a credit card or provide an email address to watch the live stream of the challenge races!
BMX Live TV is producing a live stream for Houston for the Challenge classes that will be available to all countries. During the finals of the Cruiser and Challenge classes, special guest American elite rider Brook Crain, will be joining the commentary team to provide some insider knowledge.
You can follow the live stream by clicking HERE
The UCI BMX World Championships are held annually to crown a BMX World Cycling Champion and are expected to bring 3,000 amateur participants and 300 professional athletes from over 40 countries. This will be the last stop before the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo.