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4801 SW Shunga Dr
Topeka KS 66614
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Corey Shepard
(785) 817-3706
Crystal Shepard
(785) 817-4188

Brian Tabor

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Heartland BMX News

  • What Is BMX Racing?

    Watch the Youtube video to see an awesome video of BMX Racing from right here at Heartland BMX. BMX Racing is fun for all ages! From 5 years old, to 85 years old, anyone can have fun racing bmx. BMX Racing is a sport for the whole family so come out to Heartland BMX and give it a try! We look forward to seeing you out on the track soon!

  • 2018 OG "Old Guy" Race announced! September 15th, 2018!

    OG Race Rules, 1. 30 year old riders or older 2. Quill stem old school bike. 3. NO clips pedals 4. 8 or less riders will be total points pro style. 3 rounds 5. 9 or more riders will be 2 total points rounds to qualify for an 8 person main event runs heads up. 6. Overall winner of the OG Race will receive an 1981 Kuwahara as the 1st place trophy. 7. All main event qualifiers will receive custom OG Race jerseys provided by Skidmark Designs. ...

  • 2018 Heartland BMX Novice Series (Stand by for new dates and details)

  • 2018 St.Patricks Day Parade

    Thanks to everyone that came out to the parade today! We had a great turnout and handed out TONS of candy! It was great weather this year! Great Job Heartland BMX Volunteers!   

  • 2018 Race Season

    Saturday, April 28th kicks off Hearland BMX's 2018 race season!  Sign-ins are from 1:00pm-2:00pm.  Race fee is $7 for Striders and $10 for Class and Cruiser. Regular Monday practices will also begin April 23rd from 6:00pm-8:00pm weather permitting.  Practice fee is $5.  Can't wait to see everyone back on the track!

  • Heartland BMX Visits Lyndon Elementary

    With spring here, Lyndon students encouraged to ride their bicycles April 07, 2013 Wayne White Breann Sullivan, track operator at Heartland BMX, Topeka, standing left in pink shirt, introduces local BMX racers Bridget Walter, Devin Walter and Caden Sullivan, who gave a presentation on their sport and bicycle safety Friday at Lyndon Elementary Middle School. Lyndon elementary students were treated to a break in usual lessons Friday, and instead learned about the challenging spor...