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Tuesday, 19 March 2019

Jamie Gets a Win in Manchester

Jamie did it !!!!
HSBC UK BMX National Series 2019 1 & 2 - Manchester. Well done to our Jamie Harron for his first win at the British Championships! He’s a total legend in the making ! Well done #177
Video here

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Come And Try Bmx Session CS Lewis Square

Thanks to all who attended our “come and try bmx” session.... the weather was pretty grim but smiles (and the sweeties) all round made it worthwhile !
In conjunction with Belfast City Council, the event was aimed at anyone aged 4 and up to give them a taster as to what BMX racing is all about.
We had bikes, helmets, cones and some jumps to try out and our coaches were there to run through some basic skills.
There was something for everyone, regardless if you’re just off your stabilisers or if you’re a seasoned cyclist,
To celebrate our come
 and try BMX event we teamed up with Thunder Park to offer the chance for you and 4 of your mates to win a BMX coaching experience at Thunder park (worth £100).
belfast city council everybody active 2020 with belfast city bmx club



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Monday, 18 March 2019

Lisburn Winter Series Round 3

Stevie from belfast city bmx club at lisburn bmx winter round 3
Today’s photographs from the Penultimate winter series at Lisburn BMX track today.
Conditions were more tricky than you would hope for at any BMX race, but all races were held, albeit between the “four seasons “and went off with little drama!
Well done to everyone who took part, you now can say you raced in hail stones & ❄️ snow!! 
Some great racing, and great to see so many under 12s at such an event !

Pictures from BCBC
Annie Whitley,
Robbie Mac Buy Pictures here all profits go to Lisburn Bmx Club
Videos from Lisburn Bmx Club.

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Monday, 4 February 2019

A day at the Bmx Races at City Golf

What a great afternoons social event at Citigolf Belfast with East Coast Raiders BMX Club Larne & Lisburn Bmx Club

We had a great afternoons craic at the “ Bmx races “ and raised over £600 for the riders going to the World Champs in July ...... thanks to everyone who put the effort into organising, and those who donated awesome raffle prizes. It was a great afternoon without bikes !
Thanks to everybody who helped, but an extra thanks and well done to Peter Caldwell who put in a huge effort to organise this event.
Pictures Here

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Friday, 4 January 2019

Lisburn Winter Series Round 1

jacob from belfast city bmx club at lisburn bmx winter series round 1
Lisburn Winter Series Round 1.. 30-12-2018
Round 1 of The Lisburn Winter Series kicked of  with some Shiny New Bmx Bikes on Show..!! The Turkey Dinners were well and truly Burnt off with everyone putting in Maximum Effort.. We even had an Appearance from a Famous Drone..!! - But it didn't Stop any Racing Here..!! Well Done to Everyone who took part, and also to our Great Friends at Lisburn Bmx Club for Running this Event.. See you all at Round 2 on Sunday 10th February 2019..
All the top Photographers were at this one first up our own Eddie Allan
BCBC
Robert Macaskill
ADW photos
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Videos from Lisburn Bmx Club

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Wednesday, 21 November 2018

Belfast City Bmx Club is now a Registered CASC

What is a CASC? its a Community Amateur Sports Club. More red tape? yes this is another hoop that clubs have to jump through, but a legal requirement for all clubs to register as a Charity or CASC. This is to help regulate clubs and does have an added benefit that you can claim Tax Relief when donating or sponsoring us.
However this was an area that is hard to get advice on with sport NI and Belfast City Council all dodging the subject to help us make the move. Despite giving advice seminars nobody wants to tell you whether its better to become a charity or CASC. We just had to take the plunge with an educated guess.

The conditions were no problem to us as its main conditions are exactly what Belfast City Bmx Club stand for. as set out in our club constitution
Be open to the whole community;
Be organised on an amateur basis; and
Have as its main purpose providing facilities for, and promoting participation in one or more eligible sports.


Once we made the
move to become a CASC it was in the hands of HMRC, again jumping through more hoops. Eventually after many, many phone calls we got it sorted.

We are 1 of only 4 cycle clubs and only 288 clubs in Northern Ireland that have so far been approved. 

The all important Number = Our CASC number is CH11736

Full list here.
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