It was easy to get her into the scene. Not only because she is beautiful single girl, but because she lives in Helsinki. The track in Helsinki makes everything so much easier. Facing the reality; it will take easily 10 years until we have same kind of tracks in the 10 biggest cities in Finland. And that doesn't directly bring the knowledge and bikes etc.. I know, you got to be patient. I'm just scared that my time will past before we have got BMX to Finland. I'm not actually even dreaming about same kind of tracks than in Helsinki. I just want to get sport to grow, which would make BMX-clubs to be able to work stronger. (Now clubs are mostly run by few people, which makes them to get burn outs.. or I would get).
Another point is that where people who doesn't know anyone who rides, get the answers how to start? How would have Sanna found BMX-racing Finland group from Facebook if I wouldn't told her that? And it was simply luck that we stop by BMX track. We were supposed to go wall climbing, but we had to skip that after she got slightly excited of BMX.
We just need to get normal people to know the sport. They might have seen it in TV. But that's olympics. That's not anything what makes them think that they can go to try that with their 2 years old kid. They probably don't even know it's riden on BMX bikes, so they don't find anything from google. I know because I have been in the same point as they are.
Sanna could you start to grow the sport with me? At least you would know which are the things what makes the beginning hard ;)