Ride in Belfast

Belfast has a number of places to ride but unfortunately not nearly enough and certainly none at a good standard. Belfast City BMX Club are campaigning to improve and increase facilities in Belfast by regularly meeting with Belfast City Council Officers and Councillors.

Ormeau BMX track

This track is completed as far as Belfast City Council are concerned, but we feel that the standard could be much better so we continue to campaign to improve this facility by meeting council officers and Councillors.

Barnetts Demense Jump Park (Mary Peters)

Belfast City BMX club were at the forefront of the development of this facility, working with the council to improve and maintain it. 

Bridges Urban Sports Park

The park provides facilities for skateboarding, in-line skating, Scooter and BMXing. It also includes a capsule bowl and street complex, complete with handrails, hips, quarter pipes, grind boxes and hubbas. Its at Little Patrick St, Belfast BT1 3.

Blythefield track

A little known play track in Sandy Row built in 2007 by Steve Jenkins. video here

Victoria park

A children's BMX track, great for 2 year olds but sadly has very little to offer progressing children, as it is very flat the berms are shallow, slippery and too close together. Large shrubs in the middle mean that parents cannot see young children at all times.

Belvoir Track

A former race track between Belvoir estate and Belvoir park forest, resurfaced as a play track in 2018. Unfortunately it no where near an appropriate standard and offers very little to entertain or challenge riders.

Lisburn BMX Track

Although not in Belfast, we regularly travel to the outskirts, to Lambeg to train and ride on Northern Ireland's only national standard BMX track. Lisburn Bmx Club started in 2012 and the club completed the track in May 2016
Short Video of Round 2 Irish National Series 2016 at Lisburn BMX Track.

And because of the lack of places to ride in Belfast we travel and race across Ireland




Courtown, Wexford

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