BMX was born in California, in 1968. At that time, Motocross is on the rise and some riders, too young to drive a bike, develop a frustration. This lead to the creation of Bicycle Moto Cross: BMX. Recreating the motocross trails the best they could, the youngsters would challenge themselves with the same helmets as their elders.

With the years, BMX evolved and now includes many disciplines: dirt (on a pump track), Spine Ramp (double half pipe), Flatland (more technical and artistic), Big Air (high jumps, 12 meters), Park (spectacular and popular) and Street (with the use of urban property).