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Nearest Town: Preston   

Preston BMX Track is located at London Road, Preston and is run by the Preston Pirates BMX Club who are affiliated to the British Cycling Federation body Read more

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Preston Pirates BMX Club was established two years ago. After many hard years of liasing with Preston City Council trying to find a suitable venue it was decided that the track should be located at London Road.

The club is only very young but already has in excess of 100 members. Preston Pirates is affiliated to the British Cycling Federation, the sports governing body which will allow us to develop the track and facilities at the London Road site.

Our aim is to promote grass roots riding throughout the region, with resident qualified training instructors who take regular coaching sessions for schools, cubs and beavers amoung others.

Nearest Town: Preston
Sat Nav: PR2 5AN

Trail Reviews Summary

Fun factor
Fun factor 8.5000 out of 10
Trail variety
Trail variety 8.5000 out of 10
Trail quality
Trail quality 8.5000 out of 10
Facilities 8.5000 out of 10
Location 8.5000 out of 10

"worth a visit"
Review by: [email protected] on 28 December 2011

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Junction 31 M6, (Tickled Trout turn off). Bear left heading towards Preston, carry on up the hill untill you come to a roundabout. At roundabout carry staight on. onto New Hall Lane. Once on New Hall Lane go through 2 sets of traffic lights and at the 3rd set off lights turn left onto London Road. The track is situated approx 500 yrds on the left as you go down the hill. (Just before Olympia Car Auctions)

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Preston BMX Track 4.3 out of 5 based on 2 ratings. 2 user reviews.

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