OSHKOSH - Have you ever wanted to try your hand at BMX riding? You can in Oshkosh!
Winnebagoland BMX is a club made up of more than 100 members.
It's a place for kids to exercise and socialize in a safe environment.
Members are able to ride and race safely on a track filled with different obstacles.
People raced Saturday, and the best part is it doesn't matter what age you are. Anyone can race.
Organizers say the sport of BMX riding has grown over the years.
"But since the Olympics brought it on as an Olympic event in 2008, it has blossomed into this huge event for sports enthusiasts all across the United States and the world," said Jared Sanchez with Winnebagoland BMX.
If you couldn't make it to the track today, no worries!
There will be races now through October.
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