Our Double Point 35th Anniversary race will be Sat., Aug. 19th! Mark your calendars!
Thursday race registration is 5:30-6:30p with racing ASAP (June 8-Aug 24)
Saturday race registration is 5:00-6:00 with racing ASAP
NOTE: Special event registration times may vary from this schedule
Thursday Single Race $8.00 (discount for multiple bikes)
Saturday Single Race $12.00 (discount for multiple bikes)
Race for Life $10.00 (single pt) $20.00 (double pt)
Warnicke Scholarship $10.00 (single pt) $20.00 (double pt)
State Qualifier $25.00/class (no discounts), Opens $10
Balance Bike/Strider riders always race FREE at all local races
One local race free in your birthday month
**All weather related cancellations will be posted to our Facebook page and through Remind**
Volunteers are the heart and soul or our track and what keeps us going. We are always looking for great people to help with maintaining the track and helping at weekly and special events. As a non-profit, Farmer City BMX is also eligible to help anyone who needs to fulfill community service hours. Individual (or groups) will receive track incentives for their volunteer hours in the form of credit towards free races, tshirts, etc. . If you would like to volunteer, please reach out to any one of our board members and they will be happy to put you to work.
Farmer City BMX is a volunteer based organization that is dedicated to promoting the sport of BMX racing. We believe BMX is a great sport that teaches individuals the importance of hard work, commitment, and dedication through the practice of skills and the application of these skills in a competitive environment. We also believe the nurturing and development of these skills will increase the self-esteem of the rider.
Rider, Parent and Volunteer Code of Conduct
It is our intention to promote Good Sportsmanship and respect for all participants who visit Farmer City BMX.
The Farmer City BMX Board of Directors puts this Code of Conduct into place with the desired goal of creating and maintaining an atmosphere of good sportsmanship, mutual respect, and a safe family friendly environment. Failure to follow this code of conduct could result in, but is not limited to, being disqualified from a race or being asked to leave the Farmer City BMX Facility.