11 August 2016   

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An exciting new BMX track designed and built by a former Australian freestyle rider will be unveiled to the public at Stockland Augustine Heights on Saturday, September 3.

An exciting new BMX track designed and built by a former Australian freestyle rider will be unveiled to the public at Stockland Augustine Heights on Saturday, September 3. 


The BMX track is the brainchild of retired BMX champion and ramp park developer Tim Wood and it is located in a new parkland off Benezet Drive along the Woogeroo Creek. 


The track and park will be officially opened at a family afternoon on September 3, from 1pm to 3pm, with the event including National Plant a Tree Day Activities, autograph signing, live radio broadcasts, a sausage sizzle in support of St Augustine's and the opportunity to test the exciting new dirt track. 


Adding to the excitement on the day, Mr Wood will be at the event meeting and greeting young cyclists and teaching them the basics of BMX riding, as well as conducting games and challenges. Click here to view event details