The Royston BMX Club was formed almost 30 years ago to promote the sport of BMX Racing. Over the years, the Club has attracted members from across the region and is widely recognised as one of the friendliest clubs in the country.
The club has its own race track situated in Burns Road, Royston, on land owned by the North Herts. District Council and is open for public use at all times the club is not using it.
Club's members take part in race meetings at Club, Regional and National or even International level. The membership covers a wide age range and both sexes, so everyone can take part - even Mums and Dads!


The Royston Rockets are part of British Cycling’s Go-Ride Club Development Programme aimed at improving both riders and clubs and focuses on volunteers and young members – improving coaching standards and increasing the number of riders with access to coaching activities.
The Rockets have met certain criteria to enable the club to join the programme but along the way the club must continually work towards improving themselves and achieving ‘best-practice’.
Go to the Galleries to watch our coaches video.


The club depends on it's members to volunteer for various roles throughout the year. From those on the committee to those that run the club s race events and make run the coaching sessions the club could not work without them. Many of the roles, such as coaches and race Commissaries, required additional training and whilst the club tries to support these courses financially it is still down to the individual volunteer to make it work. If any one wishes to assist the cub as a volunteer, membership is not essential - just send us an email via the "Contact Us" page and we will be happy to talk to you.

Royston-MK Series 2015/16

The wind and cold did not stop nearly 50 riders from Royston and MK from braving the conditions at Royston today – please see the Reulsts page for the latest Series standings.

The MK Club still hope to find a date to run the fourth round that was cancelled in January – keep watching the websites.

Royston – MK Series January 24th and others

The 4th round of the Royston- Mk Series is still planned to be run at Milton Keynes – the waters have gone back to the river and the forecast does not show much rain so make sure you make your way there – registration closes at 11.30.

Please note date change to Royston coaching session in February – now on the 27th.

Congratulations to Alyx Foreman for qualifying for the Bronze “Young Volunteer Award” – if any one wants to know more about this Alyx will tell you all you ned to know.

Alyx gains Bronze qualification - silver by the end of the year?

Alyx gains Bronze qualification – silver by the end of the year?

Club Saturday Coaching dates

The coaching dates for January to April are now listed on the “Diary” page. Sessions must be pre-booked with the coaches – please use the Contact Us page.

The track will be open for gate practice on other Saturdays for the next few months before the Tuesday evening sessions start.

Happy New Year

Wishing all our members and friends a very happy and succesful new Year.

On line membership is now open – click on button on home page or download a paper version from the Information page.

Christmas is nearly here!

Wishing all our members, friends and followers a very happy Christmas and succesful New Year. 2016

Club membership will open on January 1st but in a change to previous years, membership will run for 12 months from the date of joining rather than from January to Deember.This means anyone joining from 2016 will always get the benefits of a full years membership.

Saturday (19th) is the last formal coaching session of 2015 and the gates will be open from 13.30.

The weather forecast for the period up to Christmas remains warm and dry for mid winter so you will able to try out your new BMX prresents!

Royston – MK Series Round 3

After the results of todays race at Royston the MK club have crept into the Series lead at the halfway point so the remaining events in 2016 have all to play for!

MK 865.5 points- Royston 835.5 points.

For full series standings please go to the results page

Royston – MK Series Round 3 and Practice events

Round 3 of the series comes to Royton on December 6th. Registration closes at 11.30 with racing form about 12 noon. The event is open to all riders and is ideal for new riders to get experience of a race event without any pressure.

The track will be open on saturday 5th for open practice from about 2.00pm

The next formal coaching session is set for December 19th – please use the Contact Us page to register your interest.

2016 British Series dates

The dates for the 2016 British Series have been announced – see the diary dates page. Keep checking the British Cycling site for further details of the series qualification and registration process.