The pump track at Burnwood School in Staffordshire was the first purpose-built BMX track of its kind to be built at any school in the UK.
Constructed by Clark & Kent Contractors, it features tarmacadam turns, a start hill and return path, stone sub-base and dolomite surfacing.
The track is 120 metres in length and between two and three metres wide. It features a basic pump rack layout and jumps that provide an ideal introduction to the sport for new BMX riders.
The Burnwood School Pump Track was opened to the public by Elite women's World Champion Shanaze Reade in National Bike Week.
The build time for the track at the Burnwood Primary School, Stoke-on-Trent was about two weeks.
On the Burnwood site next to the BMX track is a mountain bike trail which features a long and compacted gravel oval with banked turns.
There is also a tarmac playground area inside the bike trail with road markings that is used to teach cycle safety.
Some say that every school in the UK should have these sort of cycling facilities. For a view of the pump track in action check out this video clip of Burnwood School Pump Track on YouTube