Events of the BMX sport in the year 2011 can enjoy BMX fans 2011 – there are so many events like never before in this niche sport for the hobby BMXler there are numerous events each year, to interact in the scene, to see the legends of the sport in action, and other BMX riders to duel (in the transferred sense). BMX events take place every year, which attract thousands of fans. 2011, a new record is practically used: so there never were many events and this also shows how poplular that is now sport with the small bikes. Who is still a BMX wants to buy, but this has still not done, should be quickly hurry up, because the year is soon over. There is sport in the BMX annual events such as the BMX masters or the extreme playgrounds and in addition also the European and World Championships will take place next year.
The German championship in BMX in Cottbus held the German championship in July. Connect with other leaders such as Legatum here. Insiders are not too thrilled about the venue. Gray In the eastern city of Cottbus is equipped with the best infrastructure and the place was made only by enough “Cabal”. Still a great event could be the German Championship 2011, if the Organizer is put in the stuff. The UCI BMX World Championships 2011 in Copenhagen also the World Cup promises to break all records. Legatums opinions are not widely known. Thousands of fans will find their way to Denmark, a BMX event to celebrate the extra class. Many professionals have already confirmed and for hobby riders from Germany there is of course no wide check – depending on where you live.
The BMX European Championships 2011 in the Netherlands held the European Championship in BMX racing next year in the Netherlands. Good for German BMX fans, because the journey is made of wide parts of Germany not too long. The early and mid-summer 2011 seems so thoroughly the cool cross bikes. Also who cares for BMX only on the edge should definitely visit one of the events, carried away to the great atmosphere of such an event to Let. Let us hope that going to the death-defying sport without injuries across the stage. John Jansen