NOVA BMX is reopening on March 17, 2021, though as always weather dependent. There are a number of rules and restrictions that continue to be in place until further notice. Please read the rules below carefully. We will be monitored for compliance with posted guidelines, so please, let's each do our part to make sure we stay open!

As noted in the detailed rules and guidelines below, you do need to sign up in advance for all gate practice sessions, races and clinics, and be a current USABMX member. If your / your rider's membership expired, please renew at prior to registering for an event. If you are a new rider, please see instructions in Rule #4 below. Please do not come to the track if you did not sign up for a given session: we are continue to be under crowd restrictions and cannot let anyone in if they are not signed up.

Here is the sign up link for 2021 practices and clinics:

Races will be handled through USABMX's pre-registrtion system, and all races will have registration close at 8 PM ET the evening before the race. Links to sign-ups will be added as they are available. Our first race of the 2021 season will be Saturday, March 20.

More events (and sign up links) will be added to our Schedule and on our online store as weeks progress. We hope you will soon find a time that works for your schedule to come out and ride with us!

Track Rules and Guidelines:

  1. All riders must pre-register before entering the track. For practices, you may sign up from your vehicle at the track, if there are spots available for signup in our online registration system. Please do not come to the track on race day if you have not signed up. We can not allow additional in-person sign-ups at the track.
  2. If you are sick, show any signs of COVID-19 (such as coughing, fever, shortness of breath, or new loss of sense of smell or taste), or have recently traveled to an area with a high level of COVID infections, please do not come to the track. We ask all riders and accompanying attendees to perform a wellness self-assessment before coming to the track. Let's keep all our volunteers, riders and families safe!
  3. Please limit non-rider / accompanying attendees to 1 parent/guardian per rider. Accompanying attendees are responsible for aiding your rider in the event of an injury.
  4. All riders must be current USA BMX members to participate in any events. If your membership has expired or if you are a new rider, please go online to to process your renewal or new membership prior to registering for a practice slot or race. Be sure that NOVA BMX (Track #1891) is designated as your home track. Renewals and new USA BMX memberships will not be processed at the track at this time. If you have never ridden at a USABMX track before, you can get a 1-time, 1-day free trial membership here: (Enter the "Event Date" as the date you are signing up for gate practice and select "VA - NOVA BMX" as the track.)
  5. Loaner bikes, helmets, and other gear are not available. You must bring your own bike and helmet to practice. (Full face helmet is highly recommended.)
  6. All riders and parents are expected to maintain at least 6 feet of social distance from unrelated persons. Masks/face coverings should be worn by everyone in the track area when social distancing cannot be maintained. This includes riders when helmets are removed or those not wearing full-face helmets.
  7. Riders should only use designated lanes to go up the staging area to the starting gate.
  8. There will be no stopping on or around the track. For gate practice, full laps only with riders returning to staging or properly spaced pit area.
  9. Pits may be set up in the parking lot or grassy area to the left of the track. However, all riders and accompanying persons must enter/exit the track area through the main, large gate near the concessions building.
  10. As always, full gear is required at all times. Gloves and helmets are required in staging.
  11. Parents are not permitted in the staging area, unless assisting a child 7 years of age or younger.
  12. "Tots Tuesday" (May - August) is limited to riders 10 years of age and younger, that are novices or on balance bikes only.

We appreciate your cooperation and patience with our all-volunteer staff as we work to adhere to the guidelines of the CDC, the State of Virginia and Prince William County.