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    The #GreatestRaceonEarth - GRANDS!

    With 765 motos, the 2016 USA BMX Grands broke another record for moto-count and ridership. With racers from 21 countries, 47 states and over 3,000 entries it is obvious as to why this event is dubbed the #greatestraceonearth !

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    Grands Pre-Signs are posted.

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    The 2017 National Schedule

    USA BMX is thrilled to announce the 2017 National Schedule - which encompasses 26 weekends, beginning January 13, at the South Point Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada and concluding Thanksgiving weekend at the River Spirit Expo in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Click here to check out the entire series:

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    Sunshine State Nationals Race Report & Photos

    Decision 2016: The weekend of October 21 - 23 brought BMXers their final tough decision of 2016: Florida or California? Fall Nationals or Sunshine State's? Grand Prix BMX or Okeeheelee BMX? And honestly, you couldn't go wrong either way. The only wrong choice would be not going to either.

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    Houston is awarded the 2020 BMX World Championships

    Union Cyclist International announced today that Houston, Texas, has been selected as the site of the 2020 UCI BMX World Championships. The Harris County – Houston Sports Authority worked in conjunction with the United States Olympic Committee, USA Cycling, USA BMX and Greenspoint Redevelopment Authority to present the winning bid to the UCI. The Championship event will take place May 26-May 31, 2020 at North Houston Bike Park.

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    Gold Cup Finals Northeast - race report

    CHESAPEAKE BMX in Severn, MD hosted the 5th of 6 Gold Cup Championships; and brought in one of the largest turnouts of them all. Hundreds of riders from all over the eastern seaboard arrived with full intent of earning the coveted yellow background plate of a Gold Cup Champion.

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    First Eight Nationals of 2017 Announced

    With the 2016 national series in its final stages, USA BMX has just announced the first three months of the 2017 National circuit.CLICK HERE for your sneak peak ..

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    NAG 5 Challenge

    15 through 35-year-old NAG riders in the men's classes (15, 16, 17-18, 19-27, and 28-35) and 14 through 30-year-old women (14, 15-16, 17-20, and 21-30) in the women's class ranked in the top 5 coming into the weekend will be eligible to compete. These two challenge events feature the fastest amateur men and women in our sport.

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    Gold Cup Finals South Central - race report

    America’s fastest amateur athletes compete year-round at Gold Cup races (with 70+ Gold Cup events held around the country). At the end of the series - these next few weekends in fact, they bring their best two scores from the year into the regional Gold Cup Championship Finals, for a shot at becoming a Gold Cup Champion.

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    USA BMX announces Freestyle Division

    Lead by an Elite Panel of BMX Icons Including Mat Hoffman and Ryan Nyquist; New Series to Include Live Events and Digital Component .

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    Blackjack Nationals - Reno race report

    Around this time of the year, all of us hear a lot about Decision 2016. Only, in the BMX World - the only thing to decide is Reno or Louisville? Indoor or outdoor? West coast or East-side? Built-track or longtime-classic course? For those who voted for a west-coast indoor, custom-built track in Reno - here is what went down...

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    Team USA's Fields & Post Bring Home a Gold and Silver

    Connor Fields of Las Vegas not only won gold, but made history today as the first American to do so in the sport that was first established in the United States. Minnesota’s Alise Post made her second Olympic appearance and also made U.S. history with a first silver medal for the women’s field.