BMX

It is a sport that is represented in different disciplines, which always give the FISE events the most impressive and spectacular shows!

BMX Freestyle Park

TO EXPLODE THE CLAP-O METER

In addition of being an astonishing sport for spectator and viewers, BMX is the star discipline of FISE. BMX demands spectacular technical skills. You’ll witness big transitions on boxes, rails, and ramps. In 2016, the BMX Park competitions of FISE World Series became stops of the UCI BMX Freestyle Park World Cup. BMX Freestyle is officially an Olympic Sport. It will be at the 2018 Youth Olympic Games in Buenos Aires, and at the Tokyo 2020 Summer Olympic Games.

BMX Freestyle Flatland

THE EXCLUSIVE & ARTISTIC FORM OF BMX

This discipline is quite different from other BMX styles. The riding takes place on a flat surface and doesn’t use any jumps, ramps or rails. Riders perform balancing tricks on their bikes. For fluidity, many Flatland riders only use the front brake or no brake at all! Through the collaboration with UCI, the FISE World Series stops will become in 2018 stops of the UCI BMX Freestyle Flatland World Cup.

BMX Spine Ramp

THE GREAT SHOW

The Spine Ramp is composed of two half-pipes placed back to back. The platform on each side serve as launch and landing ramps. This infrastructure is not only for BMX, but competitions in Skateboard, Roller and Scooter also provide an amazing show and the best of Action Sports for the public

BMX Street

A UNIQUE SPECTACLE

In this discipline the athletes compete on the Street Park (infrastructure used for the Skateboard Street competition). The Park offers rails, stairs, banks, quarters and so on, everything so that the riders have fun on these set ups and offer a unique show to the spectators.