BMX TV is an official sports network on exciting BMX race videos, interviews, and action from the greatest events. It also provides information on past races, current races, rider interviews, and documentaries. It is one of the biggest and world’s first extreme racing sport. BMX TV has a dedicated sports channel which is now available on the Roku channel store. So you can enjoy watching BMX race reviews, statistics about the participants, action-packed highlights, and more by streaming it on Roku device.
What is BMX Racing?
BMX racing is nothing but an off-road bicycle race. A BMX bike is very strong and lightweight, so that it is easy to handle and drift, having a large section 510mm wheels. The race track usually consists of a starting gate where eight racers have to reach a finish line on a serpentine, dirt race course with various jumps and rollers. The course is usually flat with large banked corners that help the riders to maintain speed.
BMX in Olympics
BMX sport is family-oriented and suitable for all age groups from 3 to 60+. Professional ranks exist where the age ranges from 19 to 40 years old. It became a medal sport on Olympics since 2008 held in Beijing. It is sanctioned by UCI (Union Cycliste Internationale), the governing body for sports cycling, and oversees international competitive cycling events.
How to Add and Stream BMX TV on Roku?
Following are the steps to install the BMX TV app on Roku.
#1. Connect your Roku to a TV with the HDMI port.
#2. Press the Home button on your Roku remote.
#3. On the home screen, scroll down to select the Streaming Channels option.
#4. Then navigate to the search bar and type BMX TV using the on-screen keyboard.
#5. From the suggestions list, click on BMX TV > Add Channel > OK to process the installation.
#6. Once it is done, select the Go to channel option to launch the app.
#7. Good job! Now you can enjoy BMX race events on your Roku.
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BMX racing is a healthy sport of thrill with five disciplines: flatland, trails, street, vert, and park. You will get health benefits like toning your muscles. People with joint diseases and conditions can experience a full-body workout while practicing this sport. Recently, the BMX Freestyle category also made its Olympic debut at the Tokyo 2020 Games. You can watch the highlights of the race events by streaming it on BMX TV using Roku if you would have missed it.