Glasgow BMX Centre

Expect ups and downs with bumps along the way at the Glasgow BMX Centre track.

A fast and furious BMX race at the Glasgow BMX Centre


400m long and just 5m wide, the seriously bumpy track at the Glasgow BMX Centre will put on a spectacular show full of dramatic ups and downs.

The world’s very best BMX Riders will fight for every inch of track as they race, jump and wrestle their bikes from the start gate to the finish line in front of a capacity crowd.

Having already hosted the 2018 European Championships and the 2022 UCI BMX Racing World Cup, the stage is set for an electrifying 2023 UCI Cycling World Championships. Be there!

Fun facts!

There are only two UCI standard BMX venues in the UK, and this is one of them.

This track is no stranger to world class events: the Centre hosted the 2018 European Championships and the 2022 UCI BMX Racing World Cup.

There’s a smaller pump track on site where anyone can practice their manuals.

The centre is home to many local BMX clubs, school and community groups, proving that cycling is for everyone.

Experience the Glasgow BMX Centre on race day!

Glasgow BMX Centre

Glasgow BMX Centre,
72 Archerhill Rd,
G13 3LS.

Upcoming events at this venue

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