July 14th - Double point Warnicke Scholarship Race

The Warnicke Scholarship  Race was created to help fund The Bob Warnicke Memorial Scholarship Fund which assists students and their families in meeting the costs of undergraduate college education, trade school, etc. USA BMX/BMX Canada members who have a current USA BMX/BMX Canada membership or Track Operators/Officials who participate in BMX racing events sanctioned by USA BMX/BMX Canada are eligible to apply. 

Bob passed away on Nov. 16, 1994, at the young age of 48 years old.  Bob was well known for his leadership role and for his many efforts in promoting the sport.  Bob's many contributions improved the sport and the image of BMX throughout the years.  He will best be remembered for his instrumental role in bringing BMX to millions of viewers through the airing of the "Road to Glory Series" on ESPN2 and ESPN.  More than anything else, Bob was a person who cared deeply about the sport of BMX.  His dedication showed his commitment to the youth who benefited from his efforts.  

The Scholarship Program preserves Bob Warnicke's legacy of love by contributing to the futures of deserving USA BMX / BMX Canada members in his name.

July 15th - Triple point Provincial Qualifier Race

The Provincial Series allows riders to earn points towrds a Provincial ranking. In Ontario riders must particioate in 4  Provincial Series races and the Final in order to be eligible to earn a provicial plate. Our race is one of 7 Provincial Qualifiers in Ontario this year. The riders top 4 scores will be used in addition to their score at the Final to determine their Provincial ranking. Consult the BMX Canada rulebook for more information.  

August 11th - Double point Race - a great warm up for the Gold Cup Qualifier Race

This race offers double district points. District points are used to calculate the riders ranking in their district. Final ranking for the year will determine the riders plate number for the following season. 

Aug 12th - Triple point Gold Cup Qualifier Race

The Gold Cup Series involves a rider counting their best two scores from Gold Cup Qualifiers in a region (Nepean is part of North East Region) and by racing both Saturday and Sunday of the Gold Cup Championship Final in that same region. In addition to awarding a Gold Cup jacket and #1 plate to the winner in each pointed age & skill level (no plates will be awarded for Open or Mixed Open classes), we also award Gold Cup #2 & #3 plates. Riders will only bring the points earned from Gold Cup Qualifiers held within that region to the Gold Cup Championship Final in that region.

At the Finals, both Saturday and Sunday will also offer quadruple district points for riders.