Event Type

State Competition

The 2022 AusCycling BMX Territory Championships in the ACT will be held at Canberra BMX from Friday, 21 October to Sunday 23, October 2022.



Event Entries for the 2022 AusCycling BMX Territory Championships - Australian Capital Territory will open on Thursday, 2 June 2022 and will close Monday, 12 September 2022 at 11:59 PM AEST.

Event entries are now closed and there will be no late entries accepted for this event.

To enter please click here.

The event schedule is now available. Please click here to view.

Please Note:

The event schedule is subject to change and should be used as a guide only.

The technical guide for this event is now available. Please click here to view.

AusCycling has appointed Special Event Merchandise as their official Event Merchandise partner for the 2022 AusCycling BMX State/Territory Championships.

Get in quick before it all runs out!

Orders will be conducted online, with some items available at the event. Get your orders in quickly to guarantee your merchandise!

Click here to check out what merch is available.

Are you wanting to enter a Corporate Team into this event?

Please click here to enter your Corporate Team.

Corporate Team Entries close 23:59 on Sunday, 9 October 2022.

Are you wanting to set up a Pro Shop at the event?

Please click here for more information and to purchase a Pro Shop site.

Pro Shop sites close 23:59 on Sunday, 25 September 2022 and we may not be able to accept purchases after this date.

Are you a food vendor wanting to operate at this event?

Please click here for more information and to purchase a Food Vendor site.

Food Vendor sites close 23:59 on Sunday, 25 September 2022 and we may not be able to accept purchases after this date.

Is your business wanting to provide category sponsorship for this event?

Please click here for more information, to find out the benefits to your business and to purchase the category sponsorship.

Category Sponsorship closes 23:59 on Sunday, 9 October 2022 and we may not be able to accept purchases after this date.

Information on allocated tent sites is still being finalised. Please check back shortly for more information.

Riders who have reached 10, 15, 20 years consecutive attendance can complete an online application form to be issued with a consecutive attendance award at the event.

Submissions closes 23:59 on Sunday, 9 October 2022.

All photographers wishing to access the track area, must complete an EOI form and receive appropriate approval/accreditation for the event.

Please click here for to complete the Photographer EOI form.

Further event information will be provided here as it becomes available.


The BMX State & Territory Championships will be classed as 'Open Championships', meaning that a rider from any State/Territory with an AusCycling Off-Road or All-Discipline membership may enter into any of the BMX State & Territory Championships. International riders may also participate if they have a current UCI License from a recognised National Federation.

A rider is only eligible for the title of State/Territory Champion in one State/Territory based on their primary club (based on the State/Territory to which the Primary Club is allocated).

Where a rider from outside of the State/Territory participates and finishes first - they will be ineligible to receive the Jersey, with the first placed individual from that State/Territory awarded with the Jersey (applicable to Superclass, Junior Superclass and 30+ Open Wheel only).

No late entries will be permitted for any of the BMX State & Territory Championships. Entries must comply with the closing date for each championship as outlined in the relevant State/Territory Championships Technical Guide.

BMX State & Territory Championship events are open to any rider however, only riders from a primary club situated or allocated within the State/Territory holding the event will receive National Cup series points for that State/Territory.

  • For many riders, racing in 20” is their primary focus. Feedback has been that by having Cruiser Championships first many riders were electing not to participate in the Cruiser events as they wanted to ensure they weren’t fatigued or were injured before the 20” racing. By making the alteration, to put 20” first, it is hoped that all those riders who previously wouldn’t enter Cruiser will now participate.
  • While the change was based on rider feedback, the current number of Cruiser entries being received at majority of events is quite low and in many State/Territories. While this switch of days could allow people to leave the event early, it is hoped that the BMX Community will make participation more attractive and help support the event as a whole by increasing the number of entries in Cruiser.
  • By switching the days, it also allows the event to finish slightly earlier on the final day, allowing for riders to travel home. When 20” was the final day, the final day was longer and if delays were present, it could cause delays in travel time home from the event.
  •  The Event Schedule has been set as the same format (i.e. 20” before Cruiser) across all State/Territory Championships.

Based on the feedback received from the 2021 BMX State/Territory Championships, riders wanted more from the prizing provided. As such the entry fees have been increased with the money from the increase going directly into the prizing being issued.

Should you have any questions or enquiries please email [email protected]

Event Schedule (as at 16/09/2022)Technical Guide (as at 19/09/22)Photographer EOIConsecutive Attendance ApplicationPro Shops, Corporate Teams, Category Sponsorship, Food VendorsEvent Merchandise

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