GEAR & BIKE REGULATIONS
Below is a list of everything BMX gear, to keep the riders safe during their rides:
Make sure it has a single hand-brake (no pedal brakes), no pegs, bells, reflectors, chain guards and anything extra on the bike is removed. This helps keep your rider and other riders safe on the track each time.
Make sure you have a full face helmet, when you are at the track and on your bike, your helmet is on. We like to think of the track area as the space within the perimeter walking path.
Clothing, gloves and shoes
Motocross Pants & Jersey are recommended however any long sleeve and full leg outfit that is tear resistant will do. No Jeans, Sweats or Windpants – they would all tear and/or melt to skin in the event of a crash. BMX pants are made of Kevlar with vents in the back of the leg for airflow. Make sure your rider has full fingered gloves, they prevent hand scuffs if riders fall. These are a must and riders will not be allowed on the track without them. Closed toe shoes, preferably flat soled skate style shoe, but shoes that allow you to grip your pedals and are comfortable will work. Laces should be well tied and not hanging loose.