BMX track building in Norway was a first for Clark & Kent, whose team worked alongside Sviland BMX Club's elite riders to design a new BMX track specification. The BMX track design incorporates 5-metre and 8-metre start hills, seven straights and block-paved corners.
The Clark & Kent BMX track-building team had a two-week stint in Norway, completing the track to ensure it met the highest standards.
Sviland BMX Club and Norway BMX were extremely pleased with the outcome, giving Norway a world-class BMX track facility of world quality. The project was completed in spring of 2013, and the BMX track was fully operational by the summer of the same year.
Sviland BMX club was founded in 1986, and the original BMX track was completed in 1987 and built by volunteers. The club organised its first Norway Cup competition a year after it was finished.
Since Clark & Kent constructed the new Supercross BMX track, it has become the venue for major BMX events in Norway, including the first Supercross rounds on Norwegian soil. This three-day event attracted several thousand spectators.
The club has grown steadily over the years, and team riders have achieved top places in BMX events, including several Norwegian and Nordic Championships. This YouTube video shows the impressive BMX Superiors track in action.