Up for Bid: 2020 USA BMX National Events

By Connect Sports Staff, January 28, 2019

USA BMX is currently seeking bids to host events during its 2020 season, running from January through October. Events typically draw 800 to 2,000 athletes and up to 15,000 fans over the course of a weekend. Approximately one-third of the events have an additional status of “Olympic qualifier,” where riders earn ranking points that will eventually qualify them to represent the USA or their home country in 2020 in Tokyo. Here are the details:

Deadline to bid: May 1, 2019

Dates: Flexible; throughout the year

Venue requirements: Standard BMX track or arena/civic center capable of being converted into track; seating for at least 1,500-3,000; night lighting

Estimated number of participants: 800-2,000

Hotel requirements: Near major airport; nearby racing venue

Room nights: 2,000-5,000

Rights fee: Negotiable

To download the complete RFP, click here.

For more information, email John David, COO at USA BMX, at john@usabmx.com.

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