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Melissa Osadac
Jason Osadac

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Double & Triple Point Races - Provincial Championship Series

Check The Schedule For 2019 Double & Triple Point Races!

Rider Requirments:

Anyone Can Participate

No Restrictions On Bikes, Any Off Road Bike In Good Condition Is Acceptable - Kick Stands, Refelectors, Pegs & Other Extraneous Gear Must Be Removed.

Recommend Riders Wear Long Sleeves, Long Pants & Gloves

Riders Earn Points, Compete For The Top Plate In Manitoba

Winners Can Choose To Receive Trophies Or Saver Stamps Valid Towards Purchases At Participating Retailers Accross North America.


All Ages - $20.00 - $55.00 - Multi-Race Packs Available


Email - to Request a Paypal Invoice or send an E-Transfer Payment (Be sure to email security password separately)




Unserviced (No Power) Overnight Camping Available On Site - $25.00 Per Night


Sleep Suite Hotel - Steinbach - 30 Minutes Away

PHONE: 204 . 326 . 1324, TOLL FREE: 1 . 800 . 667 . 1324, Fax: 204 . 326 . 9597





BMX Canada uses 4 criteria to determine a racer’s classification for competition—age, gender, proficiency and wheel size. As BMX racing is a sport for kids of all ages, even big kids with kids of their own, you will be matched against riders your own age and proficiency or skill level whenever possible. *

Everyone — boys and girls — begins in the NOVICE class. In other words—beginners. Upon winning 10 races, Novice boys move into the INTERMEDIATE class, while Novice girls move into the GIRL class. But while Girl is the highest proficiency level in the sport for amateur girls, Intermediate boys—after 20 more wins—move into the EXPERT class; the highest proficiency level in the sport for amateur boys.

Finally, there are two bike categories, based on wheel size/diameter—20” wheel BMX bikes called class bikes, and 24” wheel BMX bikes called cruiser bikes. The 20” bikes are the required size for all Novice, Intermediate, Girl and Expert competition, while the 24” bikes are the required size for all Cruiser competition. But while the cruiser classes, like the 20” classes, are age and gender based, they are not divided into the novice, intermediate or expert proficiency levels.

*At any given BMX Canada race, if there are not enough entrants to form a legal class, racers may be matched against racers of different ages and proficiency levels as per BMX Canada race rules.


Any Male Rider Age 7 And Over And Female Rider Age 10 And Over Can Choose To Race In The 20" Wheel Class And The 24" Wheel Cruiser Class With The Appropriate Bike.


Sign-Up to Become a Volunteer!

We need your help! Successful BMX programs are the result of a strong volunteer base. Be a part of something special and help make a difference in the lives of the kids & families at your local track.

Please choose one or more volunteer positions: