USA BMX is the sanctioning body for BMX in the United States. USA BMX has over 370 sanctioned tracks nationwide.

All BMX racers must have a USA BMX membership to race or practice at a sanctioned track. (Free one-day trial memberships are available)

USA BMX tracks riders points at the district, state and national level. Columbus BMX is in district IN02. You can view district IN02 points here.

USA BMX is also the BMX arm of USA Cycling, coordinating international and Olympic competition. BMX SX (Supercross) debuted in the 2008 Olympics in Beijing. 

Each year, USA BMX joins forces with the United States Olympic Committee and USA Cycling to offer an "Olympic Day" of FREE BMX racing at participating BMX tracks all over the United States. 

Download a copy of the 2015 USA BMX rule book

Connor Fields won gold and Alise Post won silver in BMX at the 2016 Rio Olympics

Connor Fields won gold and Alise Post won silver in BMX at the 2016 Rio Olympics