Generally National Championships are hold before the World Champs (I think UCI calender advising those to be hold 5.-6.7.). This could be qualifying race to see who can get to the Worlds. If we even need to qualify anyone. UCI lets Finland to sign in 16 riders in every class. Last year Worlds had 38 Challenge classes which means over 600 riders from one country. I can guarantee that other European countries are going to sign in as many riders as they have.
Classes (at least 2013):
Boys: 5-6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17-24, 25-29, 30+, Masters 30+
Girls: 5-7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17+
Cruiser men: 12 and younger, 13-14, 15-16, 17-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45+
Cruiser women: 16 and younger, 17-29, 30+
Cherry on the top is that races are hold in Rotterdam indoor arena. I bet the track will be bigger than last year, but still indoor track will never be as big as it would be outdoor. It's important to consider what kind of skills you will need. Start and 1st straight will become even more important than they usually are. Here is a link to official website.
I think this needs to be start right now. We need some team leader who can organize and solve things out. Also him/her need to contact Finnish Cycling Union.
Extra ideas came to mind too.. I think we should develope Nordic Champs 2015 (which are hold in Finland) to make BMX popular in Finland. Nation which are holding World Champs do same every year. Birmingham 2012 had zero to hero school project so did NZ 2013 had "have go day". Kids who qualifyed from local races raced their finals during the World Champs. By having have a go days in the city centers we would get tv and magazines to see BMX. By having clubs to do their job in the hometowns this wouldn't cause any more pain for the main organizer. I can take Jyväskylä. It might not even have to be organized by clubs. It could be BMX for everyone group where it 10 people and everyone will have their own city to take care of. Please, 9 more people, could you become inspired about this?
Countries which holds World Champs always get many new riders. This is the project what Holland will have 2014. And school projects from New Zealand 2013. There were also competition where kids designed their own helmets. Small things like that are perfect to get kids interested. And 2013 Zero to Hero journey to BMX, Eddie was one of the competitors. MM-kisa maiden kuskiluvut nousevat aina huomattavasti. Tässä 2014 kisojen tulevaa projektia. Ja 2013 koululaisjuttu Uudessa-Seelannissa, heillä oli myös kypärän suunnittelukisa yms. lapsille sopivaa. Ja zero to hero aloittelijan matka BMXään, joka oli siis 2012 koululaiskisojen yksi osaanottaja.