Bicycle Motorcross (BMX), which debuted as an Olympic sport in 2008, is one of the fastest growing areas in both the professional and amateur cycling scenes. BMX racing consists of a dirt track where cyclists race across hills, jumps and banked turns.
The Rock Hill BMX Supercross Track is the only Olympic-caliber training facility on the East coast, and one of only a handful in the United States. The facility features both an amateur and an elite supercross ramp. The track hosts local, state, regional, national and UCI caliber events (2017 World Championships) while providing instruction, events, races and programs for all ages and skill level from beginner to the elite athlete.
Register for clinics and learn move about program fees with the City of Rock Hill.