The Australian BMX Museum is dedicated to preserving and documenting items, people and events of significance in Australian BMX history. This website is an attempt to  document key people in the history of the sport including riders, administrators, manufacturers and volunteers.

Welcome

Welcome to the Australian BMX Museum! This site has been a long time coming and we hope you enjoy learning more about the sport of BMX in this country. BMX (in Australia) has been around for over 35 years, so we have a lot of ground to cover! The Australian BMX Museum is busy uncovering archives of videos, images, magazines, trophies, people, places and more. The site is constantly being updated, so check in and read up on the History of BMX in Australia.

Australian BMX Hall Of Fame

It's Official - BMX Australia now has a Hall Of Fame!

It took almost 40 years, but Australian BMX finally has an official BMX Hall Of Fame. The very first formal event took place in 2018. Managed by the Australian BMX Museum, the Hall Of Fame is now well established and recognises and celebrates our finest in 3 categories: Riders, Officials and Industry.  Check out the Australian BMX Hall Of Fame website to learn all about our current Inductees.

www.australianbmxhof.com.au

Get Involved

VHS tapesGot old BMX footage on VHS, DV tape, DVD or links to online footage? If you would like to contribute to this site and help expand the story of the History of BMX in Australia, we would love to hear from you. Video tapes are nearing the end of their shelf life - so we are keen to preserve what history is left out there. We appreciate that a lot of history has been captured by the "mum's and dad's" behind the video camera, and most likely this footage has been long forgotten. If you have something worth sharing, send us an email to admin@australianbmxmuseum.com

For Exhibit

For Exibit iconWhen you see this stamp on an image here on the Australian BMX Museum website - it means that the item will be available to go on display when we find a physical home for the Museum. We already have a number of items including bikes, clothing, helmets, trophies, plates, photographs, books, magazines and more ready to go on display.

If you have an item or items of significant historical value that you would like to have displayed one day, please get in touch with us to find out how you can get involved.

Shepparton Motor Museum

Motor MuseumWith support from the Greater Shepparton City Council, the Australian BMX Museum is proud to showcase a small exhibit at the Shepparton Motor Museum. The exhibit will run through 2019-2020 and features key items from local legend and Australian BMX Hall Of Famer - Leigh Egan, a BMX Bandits display, the Sam Willoughby Medal, and a multimedia show with a brief history of BMX in Australia. Check it out if you are in Shepparton! Located - 7723 Goulburn Valley Hwy, Kialla, VIC 3631

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