I think it is exactly the opposite. Take a look around, Austin is one of the biggest cities for BMX in the country. 4 Frame manufactures in town, plus tons of places to ride. There have been tons of new dirt spots poppong up recently and tons of kids out riding and helping build.I Bmx'd as a kid. I have a road bike now though. Is it still going strong? Last I heard it was dwindling as a sport and hobby.
LOL. Go to pinkbike.com and tell me bmx is "dwindling".Why yes funetical seeing as nobody has responded to your post I'd say the sport is dwindling.
What was this, the 2nd or 3rd olympics bmx was a part of. That's quite some time for someone not to know. Pretty sure this was the 2nd one. Don't really know for sure. Not into the olympics like mentioned. Would rather watch southpark on tv or some other mindless entertainment, or Nascar.Yes, they have BMX in the Olympics. And they have the internet on computers now too. Where have you been?