The UCI BMX Supercross World Cup Series runs each year and features 4 weekends with 2 rounds of races for the world’s elite riders, visiting tracks in Europe and South America for 2018. The UCI BMX World Championships are also held every year and host racing for approximately 3000 riders aged between 5-70 years of age.

Full details of International BMX racing can be found on the UCI website here.


2013 World Championships

At the UCI BMX World Championships in Auckland, New Zealand, Britain’s Liam Phillips held off the challenges of home favourite Marc Willers and Germany's Luis Brethauer to become the BMX world champion for the first time in his career.

The 24-year-old from Somerset, who finished eighth in the 2012 Olympics final, won all six of his races en-route to the World Championships final.