Welcome!

To the home of KZN BMX online.

Come try the Olympic sport of BMX, ride for fun and fitness, from age 4 and up including adults of all ages. Get the kids outside, make new friends & have some fun!

About Us

The sport of BMX is an exciting cycling discipline that teaches exceptional bike handling skills and is a great introductory start for all aspiring cyclists who would like to take part in a safe and family-friendly environment. Come try BMX, ride for fun or competition, from age 4 and up, including adults of all ages. Get the kids outside, make new friends & have some fun!

The KZN BMX Commission is the governing body for the BMX discipline in KZN and forms part of KZN Cycling as an affiliated member. There are three main BMX clubs in the province, namely Queensburgh, Giba Gorge and Pietermaritzburg.

Getting Started

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Race Meetings

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Technical Advice

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Development

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Local Clubs

For more information on how to join one of the 4 local BMX clubs, or how to get started in the sport, please email us on admin@kznbmx.co.za or contact one of the local clubs directly.

View all our Results & Events Calendar

Development Programs

KZN BMX is a proud partner of the KZN Cycling Development Programme with the primary focus being on introducing young riders in predominantly rural districts that have not had such opportunities in the past to the sport of cycling. The existing cycling academies and clubs in these regions were supported and new programmes also being created and included in the fold.

Funding for the programme is supplied by the KZN Department of Sport & Recreation and the funds supplied are utilised primarily in the rider development aspects of the programme as well as allocated to general capacity building programmes.