Our traditional, walk-on style Beginner lesson is currently PAUSED for our Beginner League (a pre-registration, curriculum based 5-week course) until Saturday, June 4, 2022.
Only riders registered in our Spring Beginner League will be permitted on the track Saturdays from 4-5pm until June 4, 2022.
Visit our Beginner League page for more info & to register
Welcome new riders! The beginner lesson is a great way to learn about the sport of BMX. Our beginner lesson is a complete introduction to the sport. This lesson is good for riders of all ages that are first timers on the BMX track or those that have been riding for less than 6 months and want to learn basic BMX skills.
We are currently offering beginner lessons every Saturday from 4:00-5:00pm.
ADVANCED SIGN-UPS ARE NOT REQUIRED
(WALK-ONS FORMAT -- please arrive 5-10 minutes before the start of the lesson to get signed in, sign the waiver, and pay)
-1 hour of instruction followed by open track practice.
If your rider would like to participate in Saturday night racing (at 6:30pm), you must sign up at the track following beginner lesson.
Check out Beginner Lesson FAQs below for more info!
BEGINNER LESSON FAQ
What is beginner lesson?
Beginner lesson is a fun way for those new to the sport to learn the basics of BMX riding, racing, and safety.
Who can participate in the beginner lessons?
Any new rider of any age can participate in a beginner lesson if they can ride a bicycle without assistance (no training wheels or electric bikes).
When do beginner lessons happen?
We currently offer a beginner lesson every Saturday from 4-5pm. We recommend arriving to the track 5-10 minutes early to get signed in.
Do I need to sign up my rider in advance for a beginner lesson?
No, just show up at the track ready to go!
Are strider / push bikes allowed in the beginner lesson?
We are currently not accepting strider / push bikes in the beginner lesson. We recommend bringing strider / push bike riders for one of our open track sessions.
What do my riders need to participate in beginner lesson?
A bike in good working condition that they are able to ride comfortably. No training wheels. No motorized or electric bikes allowed. No pegs or kickstands (remove before coming to the track). Please check your riders' bikes BEFORE coming to the track. If you are unsure of required maintenance, we recommend you bring your bike to a bike shop near your home.
Proper bicycle helmet that fits the rider well.
Proper riding attire: closed-toed shoes, long sleeve shirt, and long pants.
A fun attitude to learn something new!
A USABMX membership or one-day free trial membership/waiver. We offer one-day trial memberships. Please visit our memberships tab to download and bring with you to the track.