BMX Race Ljubljana is growing with each of the editions, and the same is true for the 2022 race that will take place at BMX Park Ljubljana on 7th & 8th October. In total more than 150 cyclists from 10 European countries have registered for the race, including some big names from the European Cup & Champs and even Olympics. Both races are part of the Alpe-Adria BMX cup, Sunday race is ranked higher - as UCI C1 race - and will also feature live broadcast.
The BMX track in Ljubljana has hosted lots of very intense racing in the past and will surely again serve us with the great racing show. 2022 BMX Race Ljubljana will have strongest competition to date, as
BMX Race Ljubljana will take place on 7th & 8th August in Slovenian capital Ljubljana, on a venue with over three decades long history. Sunday race has a UCI C1 status, while the whole event is part of the Alpe Adria BMX cup and Slovenian national cup. Race is tempting due to great prize money and live broadcast, so it’s no surprise that riders from 8 countries have already signed up. BMX racing in Ljubljana has a long history, but the race in this form and shape is taking place for the last five seasons; the race was also held in 2020, despite the pandemic. BMX Race Ljubljana 2021 has a UCI Claas I status and is part of the biggest regional cup - Alpe Adria BMX. Race is organized on the high
Riders from six countries finally felt the excitement that you only experience standing still behind the start gate, listening to the familiar “Riders ready, watch the gate… PI-PI-PI, BAM”. BMX Race Ljubljana was a great success, with great racing in all age groups and great battles between Hungarian Bence Bujáki and German Axel Webster. “We’re so happy to be back racing,” was one of the most commonly expressed sentences during the race weekend in BMX Park Ljubljana. Riders from Austria, Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Italy and of course Slovenia should have been on the Olympic break right now, but instead they only had the first race of the season. Eager for racing they showed great performance and very close battles on two completely different races.
Ljubljana will host biggest ever BMX race in its modern history. There are already way more than 100 riders from Austria, Denmark, Italy, Hungary, Germany & Slovenia registered, and you be able to watch all of them in the live web stream on Sunday. Live stream of the Sunday race will take place on Facebook profile of Cycling club Rajd from Ljubljana (@KDRajd). Stream will start at 2 P.M.
There will be a lot of lenses on the race and you will find lots of images & videos from the race, this time around even more than usual as we’ll also welcome Canon Roadshow demo van on the race. First stop of the tour will happen on the race - with options to print your photos and test latest camera gear.