Posted by Editoress on 05/19/10
After many days of hard work and great contribution by the City of Dieppe, the Subway BMX track is now ready to host cyclists, young and old, for the 2010 season. The participants will have a nice surprise when they see the actual facility.
"It was part of our initial plan to make the course and especially the jumps progress when the cyclists would gain more confident. You constantly need to through new challenges to your BMX'ers, and this year, we know they will be happy with what we've done." mentions the Atlantic Cycling Centre's Head Coach, Luc Arseneau.
Starting on Wednesday, May 19, the coached evening will start at 6pm (until 8). For more details on these sessions, click here . Since Wednesday evenings also coordinates with the Pepsi Cup, we will gladly welcome this event's participants to try out the Subway BMX track.
The track will also be opened on Sunday evenings (from 6 until 7:30pm) where it'll be opened to all (free of charge) to come and try the newest Olympic sport. On May 29, we will also be part of the Dieppe's Children Festival where kids can now register to be part of. More opening times will be published shortly.
The Subway BMX track will also be hosting events during the summer month. The official announcement of those dates will be done very shortly in partnership with Vélo NB.
To access the coaching services and to be able to ride the track at all open times (except Sunday evenings), you must purchase your Subway BMX track membership at the cost of 50$. You may do this on-line by clicking here.
Courtesy National Cycling Centre – Atlantic Canada
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