Cross Keys BMX Club
Cross Keys BMX Club is flying high.
Located on the eastern side of the extensive Unity Park complex, the Cross Keys BMX Club track is an exciting network of ramps, dirt jumps and sharp bends that are designed to test a BMX bike riders skills. The successful club is home to two former BMX Olympians, including Anthony Dean who represented Australia at the Rio Games and the Tokyo Olympics.
Regular weekly information sessions and race meetings are held, along with competition championships. The location includes a canteen, bar for adults, toilets and a shop where clothing and merchandise can be purchased. Public toilets are also available in the main Unity Park reserve, including a skate park, dog park, picnic tables, lake and wetlands to explore. Enter via the car park from the Brians / Bridge Road side of South Terrace in Pooraka by the skate park.
Note: Cross Keys BMX Club is a closed track, you will need an AusCycling BMX licence to ride. Visit the AusCycling website, where they offer free trials. With a free trial, you can attend on a Monday night and have a go.