Terms and Conditions

Terms & Conditions of entry

Each club or region has it’s own terms and conditions of entry to be adhered to.  BMXNZ also has specific criteria for each of it’s sanctioned events.  Please make sure that you read and understand these terms and conditions. These may change from time to time without notice.

BMXNZ Calendared Events:

The host BMX Club, will comply with the requirements of the Health and Safety in Employment Act 2015 by committing to providing and maintaining a safe and healthy environment for all riders, families and visitors to the BMX Event facility.  It is the sports policy to “make every practical and reasonable effort to protect all visitors, to prevent accidents or serious harm injuries and promote safety and welfare of all persons while on the event facility”.

The host BMX Club will take all possible steps to list and evaluate hazards and to determine solutions to eliminate or minimise those hazards as part of the Risk Management Plan (RMP), to meet the sports policy noted above.

BMX Racing is an action sport & inherently has risks that are accepted as part of sport. All known risks are noted in the RMP of the host BMX Club & this is available onsite during the event. Parties wanting to assess the RMP prior to entry must contact the club for detail. Entry to this event confirms an understanding of the risks of the sport as noted in the RMP. In the event of injury to an event participant, a completed entry is consent to proper medical treatment being administered. Event entry also consents to submit to drug testing if required. All entrants agree to be bound by the regulations and general conditions for this event as published by BMXNZ in its latest rule book.  Any reference to BMXNZ within the flyer or entry is referring to BMX New Zealand Inc.

Safety and safe practices at all BMXNZ calendared events are not negotiable and failure by anyone to comply by the code of conduct or rules of the sport will result in the removal of such person from the event facility.

2017 BMXNZ NORTH ISLAND TITLES EVENT HEALTH and SAFETY STATEMENT

BMXNZ, The Northern Region and Whangarei BMX Club will comply with the requirements of the Health and Safety in Employment Act 2015 by committing to providing and maintaining a safe and healthy environment for all riders, families and visitors to the BMX Event facility.  It is the sports policy to “make every practical and reasonable effort to protect all visitors, to prevent accidents or serious harm injuries and promote safety and welfare of all persons while on the event facility”.

BMXNZ, The Northern Region and Whangarei BMX Club will take all possible steps to list and evaluate hazards and to determine solutions to eliminate or minimise those hazards as part of the Risk Management Plan (RMP), to meet the sports policy noted above.

BMX Racing is an action sport and inherently has risks that are accepted as part of sport. All known risks are noted in the BMXNZ Major Meeting RMP, and this is available onsite during the event. Parties wanting to assess the RMP prior to entry must contact the club for detail. Entry to this event confirms an understanding of the risks of the sport as noted in the RMP. In the event of injury to an event participant, a completed entry is consent to proper medical treatment being administered. Event entry also consents to submit to drug testing if required. All entrants agree to be bound by the regulations and general conditions for this event as published by BMXNZ in its latest rule book.  Any reference to BMXNZ within this flyer or entry is referring to BMX New Zealand Inc.

Safety and safe practices at all BMXNZ calendared events are not negotiable and failure by anyone to  comply by the code of conduct or rules of the sport will result in the removal of such person from the event facility.

ALEXANDRA BMX EVENTS:  The Alexandra BMX Club, will comply with the requirements of the Health and Safety in Employment Act 2015 by committing to providing and maintaining a safe and healthy environment for all riders, families and visitors to the BMX Event facility. It is the sports policy to “make every practical and reasonable effort to protect all visitors, to prevent accidents or serious harm injuries and promote safety and welfare of all persons while on the event facility”.
The Alexandra BMX Club will take all possible steps to list and evaluate hazards and to determine solutions to eliminate or minimise those hazards as part of the Risk Management Plan (RMP), to meet the sports policy noted above.
BMX Racing is an action sport & inherently has risks that are accepted as part of sport. All known risks are noted in the RMP of the Alexandra BMX Club & this is available onsite during the event. Parties wanting to assess the RMP prior to entry must contact the club for detail. Entry to this event confirms an understanding of the risks of the sport as noted in the RMP. In the event of injury to an event participant, a completed entry is consent to proper medical treatment being administered. Event entry also consents to submit to drug testing if required. All entrants agree to be bound by the regulations and general conditions for this event as published by BMXNZ in its latest rule book. Any reference to BMXNZ within this flyer or entry is referring to BMX New Zealand Inc.
Safety and safe practices at all BMXNZ calendared events are not negotiable and failure by anyone to comply by the code of conduct or rules of the sport will result in the removal of such person from the event facility.

CAMBRIDGE BMX EVENTS:  The Cambridge BMX Club accepts no responsibility whatsoever for damage or injury of any nature to any person or property whilst participant in any activity within the confines of the Cambridge BMX complex.

CENTRAL REGION EVENTS:  The Central Region BMX Association, will comply with the requirements of the Health and Safety in Employment Act 2015 by committing to provide and maintaining a safe and healthy environment for all riders, families and visitors to the BMX Event facility. It is the sports policy to “make every practical and reasonable effort to protect all visitors, to prevent accidents or serious harm injuries and promote safety and welfare of all persons while on the event facility”.
The Central Region BMX Association will take all possible steps to list and evaluate hazards and to determine solutions to eliminate or minimise those hazards as part of the Risk Management Plan (RMP), to meet the sports policy noted above. BMX Racing is an action sport & inherently has risks that are accepted as part of sport. All known risks are noted in the RMP of the Central Region BMX Association & this is available onsite during the event. Parties wanting to assess the RMP prior to entry must contact the club for detail. Entry to this event confirms an understanding of the risks of the sport as noted in the RMP. In the event of injury to an event participant, a completed entry is consent to proper medical treatment being administered. Event entry also consents to submit to drug testing if required. All entrants agree to be bound by the regulations and general conditions for this event as published by BMXNZ in its latest rule book. Any reference to BMXNZ within this flyer or entry is referring to BMX New Zealand Inc. Safety and safe practices at all BMXNZ calendared events are not negotiable and failure by anyone to comply by the code of conduct or rules of the sport will result in the removal of such person from the event facility.

HUTT VALLEY THUNDERBOLTS EVENTS:  The Hutt Valley Thunderbolts BMX Club accepts no responsibility whatsoever for any loss, damage or injury to property or persons whilst participating in any activity or within the confines of the BMX track or McLeod Park.

MAINLAND NORTH EVENTS:
The Mainland North BMX Region & the Christchurch City BMX Club, will comply with the requirements of the Health and Safety in Employment Act 2015 by committing to providing and maintaining a safe and healthy environment for all riders, families and visitors to the BMX Event facility. It is the sports policy to “make every practical and reasonable effort to protect all visitors, to prevent accidents or serious harm injuries and promote safety and welfare of all persons while on the event facility”.
The Mainland North BMX Region & the Christchurch City BMX Club will take all possible steps to list and evaluate hazards and to determine solutions to eliminate or minimise those hazards as part of the Risk Management Plan (RMP), to meet the sports policy noted above.
BMX Racing is an action sport & inherently has risks that are accepted as part of sport. All known risks are noted in the RMP of the Mainland North BMX Region, Christchurch City BMX Club & this is available onsite during the event. Parties wanting to assess the RMP prior to entry must contact the club for detail. Entry to this event confirms an understanding of the risks of the sport as noted in the RMP. In the event of injury to an event participant, a completed entry is consent to proper medical treatment being administered. Event entry also consents to submit to drug testing if required. All entrants agree to be bound by the regulations and general conditions for this event as published by BMXNZ in its latest rule book. Any reference to BMXNZ within this flyer or entry is referring to BMX New Zealand Inc.
Safety and safe practices at all BMXNZ calendared events are not negotiable and failure by anyone to comply by the code of conduct or rules of the sport will result in the removal of such person from the event facility.

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