Girls in BMX


BMX prides itself in being an inclusive sport of all ages, abilities and most importantly gender. 

Whether a female is starting out in the sport or wishes to take on another role like Coaching and Officiating there is always a place for Women and Girls to be involved in BMX. 

We support the Victorian Government incentive "Girls make your Move"

Don't think that BMX is just for males - it is a female sport too! 


We need to encourage more women and girls to give the sport a go and hopefully like what they see to be long term participants as either a rider, coach, official or volunteer.

Lucy McDonald #149
6yrs old from Whittlesea

Female BMX Stars


Caroline Buchanan
Caroline is the current No. 1 female in the world for BMX.

She is from Canberra, ACT and has, and continues to be a great ambassador for our sport nationally
and internationally.  


Caroline is 24 years of age and also represents Australia in Mountain Biking. She was selected to represent Australia at the 2012 Summer Olympics in the Women's BMX event. 


During 2012, Buchanan focused on BMX earning an Olympic spot in the discipline. 
In 2012, she won a round of the Supercross, becoming the first Australian woman to do so. 

She had the two fastest runs at the 2012 time trial event at the World Championships in Birmingham, England. 

Follow Caroline on her Facebook and Twitter Profiles to see what she is up to in the World of BMX.

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Caroline Buchanan YouTube Channel 

Tayla Bonham #203
13yrs Diamond Creek

Melissa & Tiarna Graham


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