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Old 11-28-23, 01:51 PM
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BMX amateur tracks

I am not a Bmx man myself (though enjoy watching it!) but thought I would post these pictures. I was out walking with my wife and the dogs near Buckland Rings, Lymington, UK and came across all the local kids having a day out together at a local free track, it was good to see.

FYI. Buckland Rings is a well-preserved Iron Age hill fort. It is located north of Lymington, on the southern fringes of the New Forest.

Buckland rings, UK

Buckland rings, UK

Buckland rings, UK

”Buckland Rings trails are made up of 2 quarries that are no longer used. one larger one smaller. The larger one is used for Dirt Jumps where the smaller one is used for drops and small quarters mainly free ride in the smaller bowl.

There is a prime downhill course over the back running parallel with the bowls which is non stop worked on with a triple switchback before leading into a drop which will send you into small 4X track”.
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