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Cycling BC Hosts BMX Learn-to-Ride Clinics at the Ridge Meadows Home Show


Olympic BMX Coach Adam Muys of Cycling BC will be at the Ridge Meadows Home Show on May 3-5 at the Maple Ridge Fairgrounds hosting several Learn-to-Ride BMX clinics.

A BMX pump track will be temporarily built for these clinics, allowing local residents of all ages and abilities to try out BMX.

These 45-minute clinics are FREE and are open to anyone looking to try out BMX riding.  Cycling BC will have all necessary equipment (helmets and bikes) on hand for you to pump the track and test out the skills course.

Clinic Times:

Friday, May 3 2013 – 5pm & 7pm
Saturday, May 4 2013 – 11am, 2pm & 5pm
Sunday, May 5 2013 – 11am & 2pm

For more details about these clinics please contact Adam Muys

More information here.

About Adam Muys

Adam started BMX racing at 10 years of age, in that time he has traveled the World and made many friends and had many amazing experiences because of the sport.  While he unofficially retired after the 2007 Worlds in Victoria, he still occasionally races, (mostly pro-ams at Indoor).  He has since focused his efforts on Coaching and most recently was able to go to the 2012 Olympic Games in London as the National BMX Coach.  BMX has brought him many great things in life and he is happy to be working to build this amazing sport and to help bring similar experiences to other athletes.


About BMX Racing

BMX racing is 60 seconds of pure adrenaline where you test out your jumping skills through a variety of rollers, pump your way through a technical rhythm section then down the finishing straight, all to hear the zip of your free wheel cross the finish line in less than 1 minute.


About Cycling BC

Cycling BC is the provincial governing body for the sport of cycling in British Columbia. We represent the full range of disciplines including Road, Track, Cyclo-cross, Mountain Biking, BMX and Para-cycling.

Cycling BC is a not-for-profit association registered under the BC Societies Act and affiliated with the Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI) through our membership in the Cycling Canada (CC).