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Project introduction

A new world class, premiere BMX facility will be built at Hooton Reserve as part of the Northern Corridor Improvements project.

  • Estimated project dates

    Mar 2018–Oct 2018
  • Project status


Project updates

New North Harbour BMX facility flyer
Factsheets, (PDF)

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North Harbour BMX is one of three sports clubs (along with Rosedale Pony Club and Harbour Hockey) that will be relocated by the Northern Corridor Improvements (NCI) project team as part of a community mitigation programme. After extensive investigation and consultation with all affected sports clubs, council and the local community, the proposal to relocate all three clubs was approved in December 2017(external link). It was decided that the best option was to relocate Harbour Hockey within Rosedale Park to the current BMX site, and relocate North Harbour BMX and Rosedale Pony Club.

The NZ Transport Agency has committed funding to the development of three new facilities for the respective sports clubs.

New BMX facility

The new North Harbour BMX site will be built at Hooton Reserve and will include a professional track with an 8m ramp and berm jump giving it the ability to host international events and an amateur track with a 5m ramp with rhythm section for aspiring BMX riders.

The new track surface, floodlights lockable gate and fencing will provide riders with more time to safely enjoy the facilities.

For more information on the club, visit link)

Watch an artist's impression of the proposed new North Harbour BMX facility, Hooton Reserve.


March 2018 Construction scheduled to start
August/September 2018 Riders test track
31 September 2018 Construction completed
16 October 2018 First club night