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  1. Who are the ones to watch?

    Teen riding sensation Vera Barón made her UCI World Championship debut as part of the Spanish team of gold medal winning riders, adding to the huge impact that she’s already made on the Elite scene after winning the overall UCI Trials World Cup.

    British rider Jack Carthy has been the driving force in Men’s 26” trials, winning the last three UCI World Championships.

    19-year-old American Justin Dowell is the current Men’s UCI BMX Freestyle Park World Champion and World Cup holder. However, Australian Brandon Loupos and Irek Rizaev of Russia are amongst the top-level competitors who could also be in with a chance of a medal.

    Great Britain's Declan Brooks, Jack Clark, Alex Coleborn, James Jones and Ben Wallace will compete in the men's event, and Charlotte Worthington and Emma Finnegan compete for GB in the women's event.

    Ben Wallace
  2. BBC Coverage

    How to follow the BMX Freestyle World Championships on BBC:

    Sunday, 10 November

    01:30-03:00 – Women’s Freestyle Park, BBC Red Button, Sport website, app and connected TV

    05:00-07:00 – Men’s Freestyle Park, BBC Red Button, Sport website, app and connected TV

  3. What is it?

    The freestyle park course consists of ramps, boxes, bowls and rails and competitors can use the course however they please. They are judged on the height of their airs, the variety and complexity of their tricks and how creatively they use the park. You can expect some huge tricks and gravity-defying figures!

    Trial riders will get two minutes to complete each course, which is split into two 60 second stints.

    Riders will compete for the title of World Champion, and they will be given the coveted rainbow jersey.

    Charlotte Worthington
  4. Try your hand at BMX

    “What I love about BMX is that it’s so inclusive, everyone loves pushing each other, and you get that real adrenaline rush”

    GB rider Charlotte Worthington took up BMX and never looked back, so if you too are feeling inspired then here is everything you need to know…

    The effort of riding a BMX bike at speed for an hour can burn approximately 610 calories. This not only helps aid weight loss but increases endurance, promotes agility, develops physical coordination and builds muscle strength.

    If you are looking to try out the sport first then you can hire BMX bikes, gloves and helmets from tracks throughout the country. Good quality starter bikes can also be purchased at around £200-300.

    There are currently more than 50 dedicated BMX tracks throughout the UK. Find your local club by using British Cycling's club finder, or you can find one of many training days and taster schemes that are run for people of all ages and abilities throughout the year. Visit the British Cycling, Cycling Ireland, Scottish Cycling and Welsh Cycling websites for more information.

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    Video caption: BMX 'buzz' is addictive - Charlotte Worthington