The City of Santa Clarita is set to resume construction of the Trek Santa Clarita Bike Park adding additional activities for bicyclists, officials said.
The construction resumed Monday to include the building of a practice BMX track for the public to enjoy, according to the City.
Residents and visitors should anticipate heavy machinery, dirt movement and building occurring in the area for the next few weeks, according to officials.
The new Trek Bike Park of Santa Clarita officially opened to the public on Sept. 11, and has become a popular local amenity ever since, according to the CIty.
The bike park is located among the hills at the top of the Santa Clarita Sports Complex, near the outdoor basketball court, offering visitors approximately seven acres to ride, practice jumps and develop skills for both BMX and mountain biking, according to officials.
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The park is designed for riders of all ages and skill levels and is open daily from dawn to dusk, according to the City.
To learn more about the construction work scheduled for the Trek Bike Park of Santa Clarita, contact Public Works Administrator Nelson Vasquez here.
For more general information about the Trek Bike Park of Santa Clarita, contact Recreation and Community Services Manager Lance O’Keefe here.Do you have a news tip? Call us at (661) 298-1220, or send an email to email@example.com. Don’t miss a thing. Get breaking KHTS Santa Clarita News Alerts delivered right to your inbox. Report a typo or error, email Corrections@hometownstation.com
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