Tre Whyte BMX athlete headshot Tre Whyte is a British male BMX national champion who was raised in South London and attended school in Peckham. He loved BMX, from an early age, and joined Peckham BMX club at the age of 10.

He got involved with Team GB at the age of 12 and although he was viewed as a very talented rider he failed to make the team first time round.  Tre worked even harder and in 2017 was named on the Great Britain Cycling Team BMX Senior Squad. Unfortunately he never succeeded in his dream of competing at the Olympics.

He competed in the time trial event at the 2015 UCI BMX World Championships but unfortunately he was not selected for the 2016 World Championships, despite being the British National Champion, and was unable to self-fund his attendance due to rule changes

The highlight of Tre's career so far was at the 2014 UCI BMX World Championships in Rotterdam. Having put in a superb display to place into the final eight, Tre reacted the quickest and most composed after a five man crash to cross the line in third position and clinch the bronze medal.

Giving Back

He retired from the GB squad in 2020 and now is passionate about giving back and working with young people from similar situations as himself growing up.

Competitive Record

  • World championships bronze medalist,
  • Multiple times World Cup finalist,
  • 2 x back to back elite British champion in 2015/16
  • European cup/ finals wins and podiums