BMX and skateparks
Racing is an extremely exciting sport open to riders of all ages, making it great fun for all the family. The excitement and popularity of BMX racing has caught the attention of the International Olympic Committee and BMX is now an Olympic sport.
If you prefer to test your riding skills on ramps, half pipes and trick orientated objects then visit all the skateparks and BMX facilities listed below.
You can find the contact details of your nearest BMX club via British Cycling's Club Finder. Alternatively, call British Cycling on 0870 871 2000 for details of clubs in your area.
National governing body
British Cycling is the internationally recognised governing body for all forms of cycling.
The following skateparks are purpose built for skateboarders and skaters of varying abilities either to learn to ride or develop their sport and technique!
Sandhurst Memorial Park
This park is suitable for skateboarding and includes a spine mini ramp, 2 grind benches, 2 grind rails, driveway with planter, a flat bank and a quarter pipe. Find more information in Sandhurst Town Council website.
Longhill Skate Park
This park Is suitable for skateboarding, in-line skating and BMX riding and is the largest in the borough. Map of Longhill Skate Park.
The skatepark contains a large number of trick orientated objects including a bowl and a large ramp combination in addition to a small wave ramp and quarter pipe, corner ramp and box unit, spined grind box, rough ramp and grind box, multi ramp and a combination vertical wall/platform unit.
This open space provides a skateboarding facility in the Great Hollands area and includes a quarter-pipe, funbox and a grind rail. Map of Beedon Drive.
Mill Park Skate Park, Wildridings
This skate park Is suitable for skateboarding, in-line skating and BMX riding and includes two quarter pipes, two spine/volcanoes, a flat bank, roll-on, hip and grind rails. Map of Mill Skate Park.
For more information please contact Bracknell Town Council on 01344 420079.