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.
BMXNZ and its Member Regions/Clubs set the sanctioned event calendar each year at the BMXNZ AGM.
The structure of the events is driven by the summer season and daylight savings in New Zealand which is roughly September to April. The BMX NZ Race Major events locked into defined weekend every year, followed by the Regional Championships, all local events follow on around these.
All events are run by the sport volunteers, as BMXNZ has no employees, the sport pulls together at many levels to manage the different events in the calendar, there are National, regional & local groups of event officials, run by a National Officiating director and Major Events coordinator. These groups work with the host club to manage all needs of an event.
First Windows & Doors BMXNZ National Championships
11-12 April 2020, North Avon BMX Club, Christchurch
Age Group Nationals and BMXNZ National Series round
First Windows & Doors BMXNZ Championship Nationals
8 March 2020, North Harbour BMX Club, Auckland
BMXNZ North Island Titles
26-27 October 2019, Tauranga BMX Club, Tauranga
North Island ranking, this a Nominated Qualifying Meeting and BMXNZ National Series round
BMXNZ South Island Titles
11-12 January 2020, Alexandra BMX Club
South Island ranking, this a Nominated Qualifying Meeting and BMXNZ National Series round
Oceania Continental Championships
23-28 March, 2020, Launceston BMX Club, Tasmania – Australia
A UCI Championship & Challenge Licence event
26-31 May 2020, Houston, Texas, USA
UCI Championship & Challenge World Ranking
2019 UCI C1 EVENTS
BMXNZ C1 Classic
8 December 2019 at Rotorua’s NEW BMX facility