bmx outreach

bmx schools

bmx & Balance bikes

bringing bmx & learn 2 ride into schools

BMX outreach project – Schools Infant – Junior – Senior (KS1,KS2,KS3)

This BMX programme for schools can make a significant contribution to the personal development of children and young people. As well as contributing to the outcomes of the Every Child Matters Framework. Participation in BMX through Hayes Hawks BMX outreach truck will provide an enjoyable and high quality sporting experience. Riders will gain self confidence, self awareness, respect and team working skills among many other benefits.

The basics of what we offer is a BMX Racing taster session for up to 25-30 riders for 45mins to 1 Hour. We start with a safety check, then with basic skills coaching, in how to ride a BMX bike, then work our way up with the group to have fun races. This is typically done on a flat grass field with a track laid out with cones, that has straights, corners, and a finish line, to create the feel of a BMX race, but in a safe environment.

We can also run BMX Taster sessions on school playgrounds.

An exciting alternative is to bring your group to the BMX Track for a full experience with our Truck and equipment that comes with British Cycling qualified coaches. All the group has to do, is turn up dressed in suitable clothing (long sleeve tops and long trousers/jeans and soft soled trainers ).

We offer half or full day sessions at the Hawks BMX Track at Lake Farm Country Park, Dawley Road, Hayes, UB3 1JD.

Let’s GO

schools in action

fun times. Real Results.

what They’re Saying

School Testimonials

It has been great for us to work with and promote BMX with Hayes Hawks BMX Club with SHSSN schools. Pupils have thrived on having a sport in their school that they wouldn’t normally be able to do or have access to. Our core values are the Olympic and Paralympic Values and BMX has highlighted these in abundance within the pupils. Seeing the determination on one particular pupils face (through the tears), to overcome something they were finding difficult and to go on and achieve their goal was inspirational to see.

  • It has enriched the experience of the pupils involved.
  • A wider range of pupils have experienced tasters/competition/festivals that would
  • otherwise not been able to.
Comment from Becci Cooke from the South Hayes Schools Sports Network:

Contact us

The quickest way to contact the team at BMX Schools is to drop us a note below and we will get back to you asap or alternatively call Scott on M: 07944557689 Email:

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