Bike riders in the United Kingdom have a reason to cheer! The BMX Super Cross World Cup Series for the year 2013 is scheduled on 19th April, 2013 at Manchester, UK. Chula Vista in California, US will host the final round on 28th, September 2013. It would be the second time in the bike riding sport events history that a World Cup Series is being organized for bike riders from across the world. . It would be an annual event this time organized on a global scale. The 2013 UCI BMX Supercross World Cup series will touch over five countries this year.
The event consists of a total of five rounds. The series begins in Manchester, UK where first rounds of the historic World Cup are scheduled on 19th and 20th of April, 2013. Santiago de Estaro (Argentina) would hold second round on 10th and 11th May, 2013. Papendal (Netherlands) will host the third round of the series on 15 to 16th June, 2013. Finally, Abbotsford in Canada will host the fourth round on 6 to 7th June, 2013.
The much awaited series will terminate in USA with the fifth and final round on 27 to 28th September, 2013. The range of the 2013 UCI BMX Supercross World Cup series could be estimated from the total funding to the tune of 138,000 Pounds for Manchester venue (UK) alone.
The BMX Supercross is raced on a 350m circuit. Riders launch themselves from an 8m high ramp and race over track on alternate bumps, banked corners and flat sections. The race involves lot of competition and in order to qualify for the second round the riders need to finish in the first four during the heats of first round. Riders are well-trained to capitalize on the options available to them. They either try to land quickly to gain more speed or attempt to gain height during the fight with the fellow participants. Many reach up to five meters in height and offer a treat to the eyes of the sports lovers witnessing the event.
The team organizers, event promoters, marketing executives and media personnel have left no stone unturned this time to make the event a huge success. A two day seminar has been organized already. Organizers also spent two days at World Cycling Centre (WCC) in Aigle, Switzerland in order to share new experiences and fresh ideas on hosting the World Cup.
The participants also went over their obligations as per guidelines in the 2013 UCI BMX Supercross World Cup Organization Guide. Each organizer had individual meetings with the UCI regarding the issues related to the world event. Therefore, it is guaranteed that the bike riding event this time would be on a greater and extensive scale, surpassing all levels of popularity.
The event has gone global a big way this time. Consequently, all bike riders are invited to eyewitness this grand event and get to the grips with the absolute basics of bike riding. It has never been this easy to share the ideas and views related to bike riding with fellow bike lovers amidst bike riding champions from different countries. There has been never a great time for bike riding as it is at present, with more participants, world class event management and greater media coverage.