Knox BMX is a community club set in park like surrounds in the recreation precinct on Bunjil Way in Knoxfield. We pride ourselves on our village like atmosphere where kids and adults alike can have a great time with friends. Our track has been designed to be beginner friendly so new riders are not intimidated by big start hills or jumps but it is also challenging enough to cater for Elite riders.
We offer regular coaching for Beginners through to Expert. Our race nights attract riders from all over the state are held every 1st and 3rd Fridays and present excellent value for money at $8 per rider with a family discount of $20 for a family of 3 or more riders. Our venue is smoke and alcohol free at all times making it the perfect environment to bring the whole family
Knox BMX was formed in 1980 and our original track was located at Lewis Rd, Knoxfield. We moved to our current location in 1993.
We are run by a volunteer committee and we pride ourselves on creating an inclusive, family-oriented environment. Knox BMX is a smoke and alcohol free club.
Knox BMX encourages all members to volunteer to help create a place where memories are made. You can help in the canteen, to run clubbies, at working bees, at our Open races or even join the committee to help steer the club towards the future.
The club has hosted many State Championships, and the National Championships once in 1998.
At the club, we offer weekly coaching and practice. for more information please email us at
Knox BMX is proud to have an excellent facility, upkept by volunteers at the club and with help from the Knox City Council. The completion of the bitumen berms project last April has meant the track runs fast all the time, regardless of the weather.
Our track caters to all abilities, easy to ride for beginners and challenging for more experienced riders. We have light towers which enable us to run at night. It is just over 300m long. The lap record is currently held by Josh Mclean, who set it at Thunderdome 2017. with a time of 28.2sec
Our canteen pumps out food at gate nights and race meets.