Lisburn BMX Club

Lisburn bmx Club was founded in September 2012 with the aim to promote bmx racing.

The club is affiliated with the governing body Cycling ulster/Ireland. We are currently working with cycling ulster and Lisburn city council on getting the local bmx track refurbished, or to get a new up-to-date facility built.

If you would like to get involved message us on this facebook page, thanks!

Welcome on board, and hopefully we will see you soon!

Club Rules

Facility Rules / Code of Conduct

Facility Rules / Code of Conduct

ALL PERSONS USE THE LISBURN BMX TRACK FACILITY AT THEIR OWN RISK.

PLEASE ABIDE BY ALL THE CLUB RULES BELOW, IT WILL ENHANCE EVERYONE’S EXPERIENCE AT THE TRACK.

GENERAL:

– All riders must be a member of Lisburn BMX Club and display membership identification or pay the pay-as-you-ride fee.

– All club members must have the appropriate and valid Cycling Ireland licence (Insurance). See the Membership page for more details.

– This facility must be used for its intended purpose only and only during official opening times.

– Riders under 14 years must be accompanied by a parent or guardian at all times.

– No smoking allowed anywhere within the facility.

– Please use bins provided or take your litter with you.

– Always show respect to other users, foul language of any type will not be tolerated. Be mindful of our younger members.

– Bullying will not be tolerated.

 

SAFETY:

– You must always wear an approved full face helmet, gloves, long sleeve jersey and long pants. See HERE for more information.

– Do not bring drinks, glass, sharp objects or dogs on to the track.

 

TRACK USE:

– The track is intended for BMX bike use only. No Rollerblades, Scooters, Skateboards, Road bikes,  RC cars etc. as they are dangerous or will damage the tracks surface.

– Always use the track in the correct direction only.

– Never stop in the middle of the track.

– Never ride in a manner that endangers other users.

– Do not ride in a manner that will damage the tracks surface i.e. no lip tricks allowed.

 

BIKES:

– Always ensure your bike is in good condition.

– It must have a working rear brake.

– Foot pegs, reflectors, stands etc. must be removed.

 

Riders, parents and guardians must also abide by the Cycling Ireland Rules HERE