BMX

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MK BMX Racing Club

One of the country’s most established BMX clubs, MK BMX Racing Club has been producing champions since 1984. The club caters for riders aged from 3+ to 70+ with a year-round programme of coaching and racing activities. BMX is a great social sport and the club welcomes families and riders of all abilities.

With a purpose-built track at Willen Lake MK BMX attracts riders from across Milton Keynes and the surrounding counties. The club boasts 350+ members and 120+ active racers. Its national race team competes in the British BMX Series and a number of its riders compete internationally in European and World Championships.

Milton Keynes BMX Racing Club meets every Tuesday evening, Friday evenings and Saturday mornings with occasional events days April until October and Saturday mornings during the winter months at BMX track in Pineham Park off V11 Tongwell Street.

During club use the track is not available for public use however public can use the track at any other time.  To ensure the safety of all visitors and track users that everyone follow the guidelines for track use including; all riders under 12 years be supervised by an adult, only use the track in one direction and to wear protective clothing and a BMX helmet whilst using the track.

See http://www.mkbmx.org for information about membership.

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/MKBMX/


  • The Parks Trust hosted over 230 events and activities in their parks in 2020

  • Fitness Groups & Clubs make up 72% of events & activities held in our parks

Discover our parks

  • Pineham BMX Track

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    The BMX track is located at Pineham, with access off V11 Tongwell Street. The dedicated, professional level track is open to anyone who wishes to ride BMX bikes, and is the home of MK BMX Racing Club.

  • Stanton Low Park

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    Stanton Low Park lies to the north of Milton Keynes and offers attractive views across the valley of the River Great Ouse. It is one of Milton Keynes’ more recently-created parks (officially opened in 2016) and lies between the Oakridge Park residential area and the Linford Lakes Nature Reserve. A children’s play area has been provided for use by local residents.

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