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Centennial Park Pan Am BMX Centre

Centennial Park Pan Am BMX Centre

Located in Etobicoke, the 3.2-hectare Centennial Park Pan Am BMX Centre will be home to BMX cycling competitions at the TORONTO 2015 Pan Am Games.

This regional park was opened to celebrate Canada’s 100th birthday and since 1967 has been a setting for many recreational activities. A new addition to the park, the BMX Centre will see riders launch from a permanent eight-metre start ramp onto a track that is being designed and constructed to meet Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI) certification standards. The Centennial Park Pan Am BMX Centre, jointly funded by the Government of Canada and the City of Toronto, will be a compact closed-looped design consisting of four straightaways and three banked turns filled with challenging jumps that will test the 25 male and 18 female riders competing in 2015.

Spectator excitement will run high as BMX riders use their athleticism and skill to cut in and jump through the air as they race around this 350-metre track.

Following the Games, the public will have access to this new facility. A permanent five-metre start ramp will be constructed beside the eight-metre start ramp to serve younger and inexperienced riders.


Competitions at Centennial Park Pan Am BMX Centre

What You Need To Know

Hours of Operation

Pan Am Games: July 11
Gates open two hours before competition starts.

Box Office Hours: Box office opens two hours before competition starts.


Venue Map



Municipality

Amenities

Information Booth
Stroller/Wheelchair Storage
Wheelchair Loan
Assistive Listening Devices
Lost and Found
Box Office
Food and Beverage
Alcohol Service
First Aid
Merchandise
Accessible Washrooms

Special Notes

This is an outdoor venue and there is limited shelter and shade throughout the spectator area.

There may be uneven terrain. Please wear appropriate footwear and prepare accordingly.

Spectators can tune into FM frequency 90.7 to hear sports announcements ontheir own devices.

For additional accessible services, please consult the TORONTO 2015 Accessibility Guide at  TORONTO2015.org/accessibility.

Transportation

Address

256 Centennial Park Road,

Toronto, ON