BMX Track Closed

Due to ongoing maintenance requirements, the BMX track is closed until further notice.

BMX Track

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Facilities at BMX Track
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Opening Times
The BMX track is open most of the time – it will be closed to the public during routine landscape maintenance works and race events.
Address
The BMX track is located at Pineham, next to Pineham Sewage Works, with access off V11 Tongwell Street. The best postcode to use is MK15 9. Access for emergency vehicles can be found next to the underpass where the road crosses over the river.

Don’t miss
A significant investment into the course was completed in April 2017, to improve the track’s jumps and make it a more challenging course for the serious rider. The improvements included rerouting and resurfacing of the track to ensure it works better for the rider. Tarmac was added to the corners for added grip, with better drainage to the course and new ramp positions. The number and height of jumps and slopes has also increased.

We ask that users of the track follow the below guidelines to ensure the safety of themselves and others:
•    All riders under the age of 12 years old must be supervised by an adult
•    Please use the track in one direction only
•    All riders must wear helmets and protective clothing
•    Motorcycles, mini-motos, quads or model vehicles are strictly prohibited

The Parks Trust is not responsible for any damage or injury incurred while using or visiting the BMX track.

Users of the track do so at their own risk. For the less experienced BMX rider, there is a beginners’ level track at Stanton Low Park.  

MK BMX Racing Club holds regional races at the Pineham BMX track, as well as regular practice sessions and club meets. For more information about MK BMX Racing Club please visit: https://www.mkbmx.org/

Car parking
There is ample free car parking available on site.

Toilets
There are no public toilets in the park.

Disabled access
Access on non-event days is limited. If you are visiting for a BMX event, please contact MK BMX Racing Club through their website to discuss accessibility.


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