In july 2012, the city of Bordeaux hosted the National French Championship. This competition was a great popular success, with about 30 000 people coming for the weekend.
Read the billet of the président of the STADE BORDELAIS ASPTT – BMX about the 2012 organisation and the following one. Click here
The 3D view of the track will be available soon. Here’s a view of the french 2012 Championships organized on the same place des Quinconces in Bordeaux !
Results will be published .
You want to live the event from inside ? Become volunteer !
In a few days, you will find here a link to sign up as a volunteer and let us know what time would be the best for you.
We need help before the event to secure the place.
We will spent a weekend finishing the track and the arounds.
During competition, numerous jobs are to be provided : parking, track maintenance, place cleaning, placing spectators in the stands, reception of the competitors, etc…
Sign up and say it around you !!!!
About the STADE BORDELAIS ASPTT – BMX
The Stade Bordelais Asptt Omnisports was created in July by fusionning 2 historic clubs of Bordeaux : ASPTT BORDEAUX and Stade Bordelais. With 27 sports disciplines and many leisure sports activities, the Stade Bordelais Asptt became the most important sports club of Bordeaux and owns today more than 5.000 members.
The BMX club was created in 1985 and became a part of the Stade Bordelais in september 2002. Then it perfectly integrated the fusion to become the STADE BORDELAIS ASPTT – BMX.
The STADE BORDELAIS ASPPT – BMX is not only a great sports club but is also an actor in local social actions, school BMX lessons, Baby BMX and a high level BMX School for competitors with the goal to lead the pilots to our first division team.
All these actions made the club a leader and allowed some of our best pilots to reach the world highest levest with numeros world champion titles and olympics selections in London and Rio.
The 2012 French BMX organised by the STADE BORDELAIS ASPPT – BMX on the famous Place des Quinconces are still strongly in all french BMX heads, and remain a reference in BMX…
It’s with great pleasure that we meet the challenge to consecutively organise the french and the european BMX championships, with 10 intense days in the heart of the historical city of Bordeaux from July 7 to 16.
To manage the event, the production is assigned to AMG Production, specialist of public events organisations in center towns.
AMG Production also organises two of the most important popular events in Bordeaux, counting more than 600 000 visitors per year, only on those two events, and this during the last five years.
About the Fédération Française de Cyclisme
Founded in 1881, the Fédération Française de Cyclisme (FFC) is the official French Olympic cycling federation. Under the auspices of the French Ministry of Sports, the FFC promotes all forms of cycling in France, including the disciplines of Road, Track, Trail, BMX, Cyclo-cross, Cycle polo, Indoor, and Recumbent, The FFC has over 2,600 clubs and 120 licensed riders (18% in BMX). Since January 2014, the Fédération Française de Cyclisme has been based at the Vélodrome National de Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines, one of Europe’s top cycle racing facilities.
About the Union Européenne de Cyclisme
The Union Européenne de Cyclisme is a continental confederation of the Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI). The UEC was founded on 7th April 1990 in Zurich (SUI) in the presence of representatives of 18 countries. Currently 50 countries are members of the UEC.
Our main tasks are to develop the cycling sports in Europe in all disciplines and to organise cycling events such as European Championships and European Cups.
Today the UEC is organising more than 50 days a year competitions (more than 20 European Championships) in all cycling disciplines (Road, Track, Cyclo-cross, BMX, MTB, Trial and Indoor Cycling).