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North Lincolnshire Council (NLC) has launched a new BMX track at Sheffield Park in Scunthorpe, as part of a partnership with international BMX rider Mark Harrison.

The council provided the new equipment, materials and land, while Harrison - who is from Scunthorpe - designed and built the new track.

Councillor Carl Sherwood, cabinet member for customer services, said: "BMX riding is a rapidly growing sport and there is a shortage of quality BMX tracks throughout the country.

"In this Olympic year, thanks to the dedicated work Mark and his team, and the council put in, Sheffield Park now provides a much needed venue for young BMX riders in Scunthorpe and the surrounding area."

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North Lincolnshire Council (NLC) has launched a new BMX track at Sheffield Park in Scunthorpe, as part of a partnership with international BMX rider Mark Harrison.
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