BMX RACING FOR ALL

RACING - COACHING - SOCIAL

About The Club

The Royston BMX Club was formed over 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.

Getting Started

Don't worry if this is your first experience at the track, there is lots to get your head around but we hope we have explained most of it here. Our team are always on hand to answer questions and have lots of knowledge and experience to help answer your questions - please always feel free to ask

Racing

There are several levels of racing which progress from club through regional to national and even international racing worldwide!

Club Winter Series Round 2

Registration for Round 2 of the club winter series on October 17th is now open on the British Cycling website – Click Here. Please remember registration closes at 11.30pm on Friday October 16th – no on day registration.

Club Race Series Update

From the Winter Series 2020/21 results will be available on line via Our Sqorz.com – Click Here and scroll down the countries to United Kingdom, then select Royston and the event you want to see. This is also the system we will use to give riders race information, rather than moto sheets being posted, which

Club Winter Race Series Update

The first round of the Rockets Winter Race race on October 3rd is now open on the British Cycling Event registration system. The event is only open to club members and via British Cycling’s on line registration process. Entry closes at 11.30pm on Friday before the race – no On The Day entry allowed. Check

Royston Club Race – September 12th

The Rockets Return to Racing club race is now on the British Cycling Event registration system. The event is only open to existing club members and via the on line registration process that closes at 11.30pm on Friday – no On The Day entry allowed. Check in closes at 1.30pm with racing from 2.00pm The

Return to Racing

Following a successful return to practice and coaching sessions, the club is now gearing up for the return of club racing on Sept.12th. Whist still under COVID19 regulations all club coaching and racing activities are still limited to members only – coaching is by invitation and racing is pre-registered only via the British Cycling website

Club Activities Update

Whilst the COVID19 restrictions are still having a major impact on our club activities there is a chink of light and following approval from British Cycling and North Herts District Council the club is now able to offer so early stages of return to normality. Coaching and practise sessions are now being made available to

Covid19 Update 2

Here’s a link to the latest update from north Herts council.The track comes under a sports facility and not a green open space.Therefore it is not open for any use!!https://www.north-herts.gov.uk/home/emergency-planning/coronavirus-covid-19/coronavirus-service-updates This should be read in conjunction with the original update

Covid19 Update

Following Sunday’s announcement there is no change to the use of the Royston BMX track – it remains closed in accordance with government guidance.We need to maintain the social distancing rules and protect our NHS during this time.Stay safe riders and see you all when it is safe to do so.

BRITISH CYCLING CORONAVIRUS/COVID19 GUIDANCE

British Cycling have released the Bad News Guidance which can be seen Here As indicated in these guidance notes the Rockets have to announce that all formal club sessions on Tuesday evenings and Saturdays are cancelled until further notice. However, as our track is open for public use it does not restrict individuals from riding

Coaching Sessions

From this Saturday (21st March) and for the next 4 months we will be running two coaching sessions and these will be on the last two Saturdays of Every month starting this Saturday. Please see the Club Coaching and Diary Dates pages for full information. Group sizes on every session is 16 so you have