Cheshire is home to the national standard BMX Track, named after Crewe's Olympic star BMX Racer, Shanaze Reade and Clark & Kent Contractors were called in to carry out a complete rebuild.
The Shanaze Reade BMX track is widely used as a UK elitist facility and creates a new benchmark in BMX track building.
Remodelling of the track involved moving the start hill to the opposite end of the course and creating a pro-jump on the second straight while the third and fourth straights were reshaped to give BMX riders multiple options.
It is home to Cheshire Ghost Riders BMX Club which offers training for all skill levels from BMX beginners to elite level athletes.
The club meets three times a week to train and race. For more information on facilities and events view The Cheshire Ghost Riders on Facebook.
Cheshire-born Shanaze Danielle Reade is a professional BMX racer and track cyclist and a triple world champion who has won the hearts of the UK BMX scene with her natural talent.
The course was renamed the "Shanaze Reade Track" as this is her local track where she first started out on her illustrious BMX biking career.
Shanaze recently rejoined the Great Britain BMX squad after a period in the United States. The move will put her in the frame to compete in BMX race events for the 2016 Summer Olympics.
The build time for the BMX project, constructed on behalf of Cheshire East Council, was five weeks. In 2012, Clark & Kent replaced the starting gate and installed a Bensink safety barrel system.
The track was used by several riders and countries before the World Championships in Birmingham and as a training facility in the run up to London 2012 Olympic Games.
Cheshire Ghost Riders recently hosted the North Region BMX Championships in Crewe an event which saw the best riders from across the region converge for a day of action-packed racing at The Shanaze Reade Track, Tipkinder Sport.
Client: Cheshire East Council