Bmx Bike Track

Bracken Ridge

Brisbane has its very own professional BMX bike track at Bracken Ridge, featuring competition grade facilities which are suitable for all ages and abilities.

This is one of Australia's biggest off-road BMX bike tracks and is located right next door to Bracken Ridge Skate Plaza.

BMX bike track Bracken Ridge

Designed by London Olympic BMX track experts, recreational BMX riders can perfect their techniques on the freestyle jumps (ranging from 40cms - 160cms in height) and pump tracks.

BMX bike track Bracken Ridge

Six hundred and forty metres of smooth ashphalt tracks ensures riders can practice their skills in all weather conditions and there is also a viewing platform onsite for spectators to enjoy.

BMX bike track Bracken Ridge

In a nutshell - Recreational BMX bike track featuring freestyle jumps and pump tracks suitable for all ages from beginners up to highly skilled riders.

BMX bike track Bracken Ridge

Need to know - Street parking available onsite (access via Emily Seebohm Aquatic Centre).

By Lucy Hordern

BMX Bike Track

522 Telegraph Rd

Bracken Ridge

Map

522 Telegraph Rd Bracken Ridge

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