Depending on who you are (and where you live), you'll most likely have to subscribe to (and maintain) a membership in one of the many BMX organizations (or sanctioning bodies) in order to:

  1. Ride and/or race on your local BMX track; membership fees allow these tracks to maintain insurance policies that protect both the owners,  organizations, sponsors, and the riders that use them.

  2. Insure that the BMX events you participate in adhere to certain rules and standards that enable everyone and anyone to participate in a safe environment, and in a fair (but ultimately competitive) manner.

  3. Allow both the sanctioning bodies and their members to keep track of race points earned and overall standings within their given divisions.

Please browse these fine organizational Web sites, and judge for yourselves!!

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