National Indoor BMX Arena
|National Indoor BMX Arena|
|Owner||City of Manchester|
|Construction cost||£24 million|
|Architect||Ellis Williams Architects|
|General contractor||Sir Robert McAlpine|
|Eastlands BMX Club|
The National Indoor BMX Arena is an indoor BMX racing stadium, located in Sportcity, Manchester, UK. The arena is situated next to the Manchester Velodrome and the buildings share a common entrance as part of the National Cycling Centre. The stadium cost £24 million, seats 2,000 spectators and is home to British Cycling. It was designed by Ellis Williams Architects, and built by contractors Sir Robert McAlpine.
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- British Cycling (21 March 2011). "Shanaze Reade ‘tops out' National BMX Indoor Arena". British Cycling. Retrieved 18 July 2011.
- "BBC Sport - Shanaze Reade & Liam Phillips win World Cup time-trials". Bbc.co.uk. Retrieved 2013-04-20.
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