This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed.Find sources: "European BMX Championships" – news · newspapers · books · scholar · JSTOR (January 2018) (Learn how and when to remove this template message)

European BMX Championships is the main BMX sport championships in Europe. They are organised by the UEC, the European confederation for cycle sports.


Number Year Country City
1 1982  Netherlands Beek en Donk
2 1983  United Kingdom
3 1984  United Kingdom Birmingham
4 1985  Spain Palau de Plegamans
5 1986  Germany Weiterstadt
6 1987  Belgium Houthalen
7 1988  Netherlands Slagharen
8 1989  Denmark Aalborg
9 1990  Switzerland Littau
10 1991  United Kingdom Slough
11 1992  Italy Padua
12 1993  Sweden Märsta
13 1994  Austria Vienna
14 1995  France Vallet
15 1996–2013 Multiple locations
16 2014  Denmark Roskilde
17 2015  Netherlands Erp
18 2016  Italy Verona
19 2017  France Bordeaux
20 2018  United Kingdom Glasgow
21 2019  Latvia Valmiera
22 2021  Belgium Zolder
23 2022  Belgium Dessel
24 2023  Germany Munich
25 2024  France Besançon




Stage Host Winner Runner-Up Third
I Netherlands Valkenswaard  Damien Godet (FRA)  Thomas Hamon (FRA)  Rihards Veide (LAT)
II Netherlands Valkenswaard  Moana Moo Caille (FRA)  Edzus Treimanis (LAT)  Rihards Veide (LAT)
III Czech Republic Klatovy  Edzus Treimanis (LAT)  Raymon Van Der Biezen (NED)  Benjamin Janssens (FRA)
IV Czech Republic Klatovy  Raymon Van Der Biezen (NED)  Edzus Treimanis (LAT)  Rihards Veide (LAT)
V Switzerland Geneva  Joris Daudet (FRA)  Edzus Treimanis (LAT)  Sylvain Andre (FRA)
VI Switzerland Geneva  Joris Daudet (FRA)  Sylvain Andre (FRA)  Edzus Treimanis (LAT)
VII Belgium Kortrijk  Brian Kirham (AUS)  Jelle van Gorkom (NED)  Edzus Treimanis (LAT)
VIII Belgium Kortrijk  Brian Kirham (AUS)  Sylvain Andre (FRA)  Moana Moo Caille (FRA)
IX Italy Creazzo  Rihards Veide (LAT)  Toms Mankus (LAT)  Fausto Andres Endara Madera (ECU)
X Italy Creazzo  Rihards Veide (LAT)  Edzus Treimanis (LAT)  Jordy van der Heijden (NED)
XI France Orléans  Joris Daudet (FRA)  Edzus Treimanis (LAT)  Jordy van der Heijden (NED)
XII France Orléans  Joris Daudet (FRA)  Rihards Veide (LAT)  Toms Mankus (LAT)
Overall Winner Runner-Up Third
 Edzus Treimanis (LAT)  Rihards Veide (LAT)  Jordy van der Heijden (NED)


Stage Host Winner Runner-Up Third
I Netherlands Valkenswaard  Magalie Pottier (FRA)  Aneta Hladikova (CZE)  Vilma Rimšaitė (LTU)
II Netherlands Valkenswaard  Magalie Pottier (FRA)  Vilma Rimšaitė (LTU)  Aneta Hladikova (CZE)
III Czech Republic Klatovy  Vilma Rimšaitė (LTU)  Jana Horáková (CZE)  Aneta Hladikova (CZE)
IV Czech Republic Klatovy  Eva Ailloud (FRA)  Jana Horáková (CZE)  Vilma Rimšaitė (LTU)
V Switzerland Geneva  Jana Horáková (CZE)  Eva Ailloud (FRA)  Maartje Hereijgers (NED)
VI Switzerland Geneva  Manon Valentino (FRA)  Magalie Pottier (FRA)  Aneta Hladikova (CZE)
VII Belgium Kortrijk  Shanaze Reade (GBR)  Magalie Pottier (FRA)  Laura Smulders (NED)
VIII Belgium Kortrijk  Manon Valentino (FRA)  Shanaze Reade (GBR)  Eva Ailloud (FRA)
IX Italy Creazzo  Eva Ailloud (FRA)  Romana Labounková (CZE)  Jana Horáková (CZE)
X Italy Creazzo  Romana Labounková (CZE)  Eva Ailloud (FRA)  Vilma Rimšaitė (LTU)
XI France Orléans  Laetitia Le Corguille (FRA)  Eike Vanhoof (BEL)  Eva Ailloud (FRA)
XII France Orléans  Laetitia Le Corguille (FRA)  Romana Labounková (CZE)  Stefany Hernandez (VEN)
Overall Winner Runner-Up Third
 Eva Ailloud (FRA)  Jana Horáková (CZE)  Aneta Hladikova (CZE)



Stage Host Winner Runner-Up Third
I France Messigny-et-Vantoux  Maris Strombergs (LAT)  Quentin Caleyron (FRA)  Edzus Treimanis (LAT)
II France Messigny-et-Vantoux  Maris Strombergs (LAT)  Quentin Caleyron (FRA)  Edzus Treimanis (LAT)
III Czech Republic Pardubice  Maris Strombergs (LAT)  Edzus Treimanis (LAT)  Toms Mankus (LAT)
IV Czech Republic Pardubice  Maris Strombergs (LAT)  Toms Mankus (LAT)  Rihards Veide (LAT)
V Germany Weiterstadt  Maris Strombergs (LAT)  Edzus Treimanis (LAT)  Jelle van Gorkom (NED)
VI Germany Weiterstadt  Maris Strombergs (LAT)  Edzus Treimanis (LAT)  Sylvain André (FRA)
VII Sweden Ängelholm  Maris Strombergs (LAT)  Sylvain Andre (FRA)  Edzus Treimanis (LAT)
VIII Sweden Ängelholm  Corben Sharrah (USA)  Maris Strombergs (LAT)  Quentin Caleyron (FRA)
IX Latvia Riga  Quentin Caleyron (FRA)  Maris Strombergs (LAT)  Sylvain André (FRA)
X Latvia Riga  Edzus Treimanis (LAT)  Maris Strombergs (LAT)  Carlos Alberto Ramírez Yepez (COL)
XI Belgium Dessel  Edzus Treimanis (LAT)  Rihards Veide (LAT)  Twan van Gendt (NED)
XII Belgium Dessel  Raymon van der Biezen (NED)  Rihards Veide (LAT)  Martijn Jaspers (NED)
Overall Winner Runner-Up Third
 Maris Strombergs (LAT)  Edzus Treimanis (LAT)  Quentin Caleyron (FRA)


Stage Host Winner Runner-Up Third
I France Messigny-et-Vantoux  Shanaze Reade (GBR)  Merle van Benthem (NED)  Manon Valentino (FRA)
II France Messigny-et-Vantoux  Shanaze Reade (GBR)  Merle van Benthem (NED)  Simone Christensen (DEN)
III Czech Republic Pardubice  Manon Valentino (FRA)  Vilma Rimšaitė (LTU)  Eva Ailloud (FRA)
IV Czech Republic Pardubice  Eva Ailloud (FRA)  Merle van Benthem (NED)  Aneta Hladikova (CZE)
V Germany Weiterstadt  Manon Valentino (FRA)  Laura Smulders (NED)  Simone Christensen (DEN)
VI Germany Weiterstadt  Manon Valentino (FRA)  Laura Smulders (NED)  Stefany Hernandez (VEN)
VII Sweden Ängelholm  Manon Valentino (FRA)  Nadja Pries (GER)  Simone Christensen (DEN)
VIII Sweden Ängelholm  Vilma Rimšaitė (LTU)  Sandra Aleksejeva (LAT)  Nadja Pries (GER)
IX Latvia Riga  Manon Valentino (FRA)  Vilma Rimšaitė (LTU)  Romana Labounková (CZE)
X Latvia Riga  Manon Valentino (FRA)  Vilma Rimšaitė (LTU)  Aneta Hladikova (CZE)
XI Belgium Dessel  Laura Smulders (NED)  Manon Valentino (FRA)  Elke Vanhoof (BEL)
XII Belgium Dessel  Manon Valentino (FRA)  Laura Smulders (NED)  Vilma Rimšaitė (LTU)
Overall Winner Runner-Up Third
 Manon Valentino (FRA)  Vilma Rimšaitė (LTU)  Elke Vanhoof (BEL)


From 2014 multi-stage championships were replaced by one day championships. Although same format multi-stage European League were established, but the winner of the League do not hold the right to be named European champion.




The 2017 European BMX Championships was held in Bordeaux, France, between 14 and 16 July 2017.[1]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Elite men  Joris Daudet (FRA)  Twan van Gendt (NED)  Sylvain André (FRA)
Junior men  Cédric Butti (SUI)  Gil Brunner (SUI)  Titouan Blanchod (FRA)
Elite women  Laura Smulders (NED)  Elke Vanhoof (BEL)  Simone Christensen (DEN)
Junior women  Blaine Ridge-Davis (GBR)  Vineta Petersone (LAT)  Vanesa Buldinska (LAT)


Main article: 2018 European BMX Championships

The 2018 European BMX Championships was held in Glasgow, United Kingdom, between 10 and 11 August 2018.

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Elite men  Kyle Evans (GBR)  Kye Whyte (GBR)  Sylvain André (FRA)
Elite women  Laura Smulders (NED)  Simone Christensen (DEN)  Yaroslava Bondarenko (RUS)


Main article: 2019 European BMX Championships

The 2019 European BMX Championships was held in Valmiera, Latvia, between 11 and 14 July 2019.

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Elite men  Niek Kimmann (NED)  Twan van Gendt (NED)  Dave van der Burg (NED)
Elite women  Laura Smulders (NED)  Judy Baauw (NED)  Simone Christensen (DEN)


Main article: 2021 European BMX Championships

The 2021 European BMX Championships was held in Heusden-Zolder, Belgium, between 8 and 11 July 2021.

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Elite men  Arthur Pilard (FRA)  Mitchel Schotman (NED)  Eddy Clerté (FRA)
Elite women  Zoé Claessens (SUI)  Manon Valentino (FRA)  Tessa Martinez (FRA)


Main article: 2022 European BMX Championships

The 2022 European BMX Championships was held in Dessel, Belgium, between 8 and 10 July 2022.

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Elite men  Kye Whyte (GBR)  Cédric Butti (SUI)  Eddie Moore (GBR)
U23 men  Hugo Marszalek (FRA)  Tatyan Lui-Hin-Tsan (FRA)  Magnus Dyhre (DEN)
Junior men  Marcus Leth (DEN)  Mārtiņš Zadraks (LAT)  Andrea Fendoni (ITA)
Elite women  Beth Shriever (GBR)  Elke Vanhoof (BEL)  Camille Maire (FRA)
U23 women  Malene Kejlstrup (DEN)  Thalya Burford (SUI)  Nadine Aeberhard (SUI)
Junior women  Renske van Santvoort (NED)  Emily Hutt (GBR)  Aiko Gommers (BEL)


See also


  1. ^ "2017 EUROPEAN BMX CHAMPIONSHIPS". Retrieved 2017-07-14.