Swingfield Parish Council selected Clark & Kent Contractors to design and build a specialist Pump Track at Swingfield Minnis near Hawkinge in Kent.
The BMX track was constructed in public open space and had a unique design that allows users to make consecutive laps of the circuit.
The BMX track is 140 metres in length and features six berms linking the limestone straights. Specialist surfacing and landscaping included turfing, planting and seeding of the site.
Swingfield Minnis BMX Pump Track is suitable for use by riders of all levels and abilities.
The track, located is just off the A260 between Densole and Selsted in Chelmsford Borough, was funded by the Roger de Haan Charitable Trust as part of the development of the public park which is also a nature reserve.
A BMX racing track was officially opened by District Council leader Cllr David Monk when dozens of young people turned up to put the track through its paces.
The verdict was a unanimous thumbs up from young BMX riders as they showed off their biking skills to celebrate the opening event.
BMX biker Toby Harris can be seen showing off some of his riding skills on the Swingfield pump track.
The rider comments: "Still in love with this track, props to C&K for building something so rad Even after all of the frost melting and shocking weather the draining system is working perfectly and the track is running sweet!"
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Client: Hawkinge Town Council