Where: Majors Road, O’ Halloran Hill

SA’s only International standard BMX track at Glenthorne National Park-Ityamaiitpinna Yarta is now open! The new 8 million dollar home of the Hallett Cove and Happy Valley BMX clubs is UCI standard and designed by former World Champion and Olympic Silver medalist Sam Willoughby himself!

A second BMX track will be built alongside the Sam Willoughby International track too. The pump track will be for use by novice riders and pretty much everyone else, leaving the big track to the more experienced riders and pros.

The International Track includes the main track, 5 and 8 metre hill starts, flood lights, clubrooms and parking for 108 cars.

The BMX facility includes a floodlit track—the design personally endorsed by Sam – clubrooms and carparking, and become home to Cove and Happy Valley BMX Clubs.

Riding this track will only be during sanctioned training and race days and will not be accessible to the general public without AusCycling membership.

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