Meticulous calculation and training, precise and powerful execution. Check out Team USA riders competing in BMX racing, and the programs that help Team USA dominate international events.
Hard work does pay off. USA Cycling is proud to support high-performing athletes with financial, technological, and logistical programs that allow them to focus their efforts even further.
Athletes qualify for different levels of support -- Gold, Silver, Bronze, and National Development Team -- based on results.
These young athletes will compete for the opportunity to receive specific high performance training for BMX, access to the Supercross World Cup BMX track(s), and to experience a day in the life of a U.S. Olympic athlete. Furthermore, by providing these opportunities, we hope to progress the skill level needed to be competitive at the highest level of international BMX competition. This will help familiarize them with the bigger, faster, and more demanding style of BMX racing, which is contested at the
UCI Supercross World Cup series, the
World Championships, and the Olympic Games.
All BMX Development camps will take place at the EAS Training Center in Chula Vista, Ca while utilizing the Supercross BMX tracks, the Chula Vista BMX track, the Skills Development Grounds, and access to the USOC Strength and Conditioning and Sports Performance facilities. Daily classroom education and video review is also a big part of the camps to instruct athletes in the areas of professionalism, sports nutrition, recovery, and training techniques.
Please email Tyler Brown: TBrown@usacycling.org
No Refunds within 7 days of camp start date.For more information please contact Tyler Brown: TBrown@usacycling.org
*During "Free Time" and other periods that are not structured training, members of staff will be on-site. However, we are unable to watch all campers at all times. EAS Staff are onsite during normal business hours. Security Staff are on-site 24hrs a day. During Camps, a member of the BMX team will be onsite at all times. Bad behaviour is not tolorated and riders breaking the code of conduct will be sent home straight away at their expense.
Jamie Staff, an Olympic Gold Medalist for Great Britain in 2008, leads USA Cycling’s BMX and Sprint Track programs. Jamie raced for 20 years in BMX and 7 years on the track before turning to coaching. At the 2016 Rio Olympic Games, under Jamie’s direction, USA Cycling’s BMX program won its first Gold medal, a Silver medal, and recorded two 4th place finishes. Jamie is based at the Chula Vista Elite Athlete Training Center in Chula Vista, California.
Tyler is a former elite BMX rider turned elite coach. Tyler oversees the training sessions at the Elite Athlete Training Center in Chula Vista, California and supports USA Cycling BMX athletes at international competitions across the globe. Tyler also gives back to the sport in many ways including youth clinics and race directing. He lives in Chula Vista, California.