The official NK BMX Freestyle 2021 will take place in Skateland Rotterdam on Saturday 11 and Sunday 12 September. In that weekend it will be determined who can call themselves Dutch BMX Freestyle Champion for a year. BMX was part of the Olympic Games for the first time in Tokyo this year and is now officially an Olympic sport. Fans can now also attend an impressive championship closer to home. The NK BMX Freestyle 2021 is part of Rotterdam Street Culture Week that takes place in Skateland, among other places.
Three disciplines In addition to the traditional Park and Street disciplines that were introduced in 2018 and 2020, a new discipline has been added. Flatland is an officially recognized part of the Dutch Championship for the first time. National Championships are now being held in 3 BMX Freestyle disciplines. 'Street' is ridden on the Street Park course where mainly tricks are done from stairs and rails. Park is ridden on the 'Park' course that mainly has high quarterpipes, boxes and spines'. 'Flatland' is sometimes called 'breakdancing with a BMX bike', the participants perform on a flat floor and do various tricks and combinations there. On Saturday September 11, the competition will take place in the Street and Flatland categories. The Park category will be held on Sunday 12 September.
Rotterdam Street Culture Week Rotterdam is full of talents and grass roots initiatives in the field of street art, hip hop and urban sports.
Rotterdam Street Culture Week is the festival that programs, promotes and develops street culture in the broadest sense of the word. The most famous skate park in the Netherlands organizes various sports events and open days for various roller sports from 3 to 12 September. This event offers young and old the opportunity to get acquainted with the various disciplines in an accessible way. From skateboarding to the NK BMX Freestyle, everything will pass.
On Friday, September 3, the packed week will be kicked off with Teenage Riot, the largest international skateboarding event for young people up to the age of 18. There are now more than 150 registrations from 10 different countries. The international top of skateboarding is joining in, so who knows, you