Track Rules

The event will follow the rules of Lisburn BMX Club


Liability Warning

Lisburn BMX Club ( Lisburn BMX track) is an extreme riding facility and all users face the risk of serious injury, physical and mental trauma or death whilst riding in the track.

All riders use the track strictly at their own risk and agree to these risks when taking out a membership with Lisburn BMX Club( or ultimate ride pass)  and riding in the BMX Track.

We ask that you approach your riding with due caution and ride within your limits and the limits of your equipment at all times





– All riders must be a member of Lisburn BMX Club, hold an ultimate ride pass or pay the pay-as-you-ride fee.

Riders must sign on before they use the track, if  a rider is under 14 years of age the parental guardian or guardian at the time must sign them on

– All club members must have the appropriate and valid Cycling Ireland licence (Insurance).

– This facility must be used for its intended purpose only and only during official opening times.

– Riders under 14 years must be accompanied by a parent or guardian at all times.

– No smoking allowed anywhere within the facility.

– Please use bins provided or take your litter with you.

– Always show respect to other users, foul language of any type will not be tolerated. Be mindful of our younger members.

– Bullying will not be tolerated.


All riders must wear the minimum safety equipment of a Full face cycle helmet meeting CE1078. We strongly recommend using upper body armour in addition to full-finger gloves and knee/shin guards to provide an increased level of protection. If you do not have the right safety equipment you cannot ride in the park.

– Do not bring drinks, glass, sharp objects or dogs on to the track.


– The track is intended for BMX bike use only. No Rollerblades, Scooters, Skateboards, Road bikes,  RC cars etc. as they are dangerous or will damage the tracks surface.

– Always use the track in the correct direction only.

– Never stop in the middle of the track.

– Never ride in a manner that endangers other users.

– Do not ride in a manner that will damage the tracks surface i.e. no lip tricks allowed.


– Always ensure your bike is in good condition.

– It must have a working rear brake.

– Foot pegs, reflectors, stands etc. must be removed.

Parent Code of Conduct:

  • Healthy competition means doing your best. And learning that sometimes doing your best puts you on the podium, and sometimes it doesn’t. That’s OK.
  • Healthy competition means being supportive of others. Encourage interaction! It’s  OK to make friends with other competitors and even congratulate the winner. No one likes a sore loser.
  • Give positive encouragement only. (Do NOT use profanity and please avoid negative comments.)
  • Respect ALL riders, their parents, and  race officials. No one is perfect, but that doesn’t mean we aren’t trying our best.
  • Remember, most riders are children.
  • Because we are dealing with impressionable youth, any inappropriate or disruptive behavior will not be tolerated; offenders will be asked to leave the event

Riders, parents and guardians must also abide by the Cycling Ireland Code of Conduct which you can read HERE

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