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    BSX2022: Platinum Partner Mongoose

    We are extremely excited to announce that legendary BMX brand Mongoose Bicycles will be supporting Australia’s biggest backyard BMX charity event as our naming rights partner for the Mongoose BSX2022. The event, an annual one on one BMX race, raises money for the Royal Children’s Hospital Foundation in Melbourne and 100% of profits from the event are donated to the RCH.

    Don’t forget to save the date, Monday 10 January 2022. We look forward to seeing you there.

    Platinum Partner: Mongoose

    We would like to take the opportunity to welcome Mongoose Bicycles as our newest partner and announce they will be our naming rights partner for BSX2022 on Monday January 10, 2022.

    Mongoose Bicycles is one of the biggest names in BMX and dates back to the early days of BMX racing.  Mongoose was a pioneering BMX brand that brought high quality racing products to the masses, and they continue to do so today with their line up of affordable quality race frames and complete bikes.

    We’d like to thank the Mongoose Australia crew for committing to providing three complete bikes for the Mongoose BSX2022. We will have more details on the exact prizes after the new bike range is launched in October. The bikes will be used to help raise money for the Royal Children’s Hospital. Keep an eye out here for future details on how you can win.

    You can follow Mongoose Bicycles Australia on Facebook @MongooseBikesAustralia or Instagram @mongoosebikesaustralia or visit their website at mongoose.com.

    Look out for more announcements coming soon.

    The Mongoose BSX2022 is presented by BSX Inc/bmxultra.com

    Platinum Partner

    Mongoose (mongoose.com)

    Gold Partners

    District Cycle Store (districtcyclestore.com.au)

    Silver Partners

    ECIBMX
    Sqorz
    Live Breathe Ride
    Wes Colbran

    Bronze Partners

    IRC Tire
    Rizen

    What is BSX?

    BSX, short for Bicycle Supercross or Backyard Supercross, is an annual event that started in 2006. Since then the one on one elimination race has hosted thousands of BMX racers, and even dirt jumpers, from all over Australia, and around the globe.

    With 100% of profits going to charity the event has raised well over $70,000 for the Royal Children’s Hospital Foundation and helped raise thousands of dollars for the Kinglake West Fire Brigade.

    BSX2022 will be a special event, marking the 17 year anniversary of the backyard BMX bash.

    WHO CAN COMPETE AT BSX2022?

    It’s a common misconception that BSX is an invite only event. This is not the case. Everyone is welcome to join in on the fun and festivities.

    WANT TO BECOME A BSX2022 PARTNER?

    Email webmaster@bmxultra.com today for details.

    ABOUT BSX

    BSX (Bicycle Supercross) is one-on-one sprint trails style BMX racing on a backyard track built specifically to test a rider’s skills. The short straights, lofty jumps and tight corners are intense under race conditions, offering a fun and entertaining event for competitors and spectators alike. The event provides a unique experience for the local Victorian riders, as well as the interstate and international visitors during an off day of the annual Track Attack series.

    The primary goal BSX is to raise money for the Royal Children’s Hospital Foundation but there’s so much more to the event. It creates an atmosphere that words just can’t describe. Since the very first event in 2006 BSX has raised $70,000 helping to providing the hospital with much-needed equipment.

    www.bmxultra.com/bsx

    ABOUT THE ROYAL CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL

    The Royal Children’s Hospital is the major specialist paediatric hospital in Victoria and provides a full range of clinical services and health promotion and prevention programs for infants through to adolescents. Each year the Royal Children’s Hospital treats tens of thousands of children through our Emergency Department, inpatient admissions and outpatient visits. The Royal Children’s Hospital Foundation plays a vital role in providing additional funding to support important research projects and purchase state of the art medical equipment to ensure that every child receives the very best treatment now and into the future.

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