How To Dig BMX Trails In The Snow
Need to know how to dig BMX trails in the snow? Never let snow deter you from flatland BMX. The process of digging out trails is simple, you just need to know where to dig the tracks to provide the best BMX ride. Digging trails in the snow for BMX is a matter of placement and providing enough room to operate. After all, BMX biking is about tricks, and a little (or a lot) of snow should not hamper that. Use the process below to dig trails in the snow for BMX riding.
To dig trails in the snow for BMX, you will need:
- A BMX bike
- Your BMX safety gear
- A snow shovel
- To dig trails in the snow for a BMX bike, find a flat and wide-open area near where you are. Use the snow shovel to dig the snow out. Make the tracks you dig wide enough to ride your BMX bike through. Remember to allow space for the pedals and turns. Walk over the areas you have dug to pat down any excess snow.
- Use the shovel to pat down the sidewalls of the snow. Ensure that you remove any snow that has fallen back into the track where you secured the snow. Double check your work and hop on your BMX bike.
- Once you have dug the tracks, head to a wide-open area. If there is a park or basketball court near where you are, use that. Dig your tracks to an area where you can dig a wide track.
- Dig the snow in this area to the pavement or ground. Spend extra time cleaning off the snow and any ice. This will be your area to perform tricks and let loose. This trail must be wide enough to perform any tricks you may want to.