Glasgow BMX Centre
European Cycling BMX Championships
This brand new purpose-built arena, located in the Knightswood area of Glasgow, will become the first and only world championships and Olympic standard BMX track in Scotland and only the second in the UK. Boasting an eight-metre start hill, this exciting new track will be the home of the Western Titans BMX Club once the Championships are over providing a lasting legacy for the sport of BMX in Scotland.
The high level of interest in the Championships means that public transport may be busier than usual - please allow extra time for your journey and plan ahead using the information below.
Please use the Traveline journey planner to help plan your journey to and from the venue, Festival 2018 and other locations. You can also find specific transport information about Knightswood Park in our Venue Spectator Guide.
Cycle parking is available at Knightswood Park. There will be no spectator car parking available at Knightswood Park.
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Need support at the venue? Our accessibility team will be offering a pushing/chaperone service from accessible parking to your seat. Look out for the pink ‘access team’ and ‘access point’ signage for support.
- Accessible Seating
The venue has a variety of accessible seating options available for spectators. These include:
Wheelchair accessible areas: Each purchased wheelchair accessible ticket will be entitled to one complimentary companion seat next to the wheelchair space.
Easy Access Seating for spectators who, for whatever reason, would like to be seated near the entrance/exit or toilet facilities. Where eligible a companion ticket will be complimentary.
Anywhere in venue seating for spectators who don’t need easy access seating but require a companion; where eligible the companion ticket will be complimentary.
Eligibility for complimentary companion ticket is based on ticket holder having one of the following items:
- DLA/PIP award at middle or higher rate for care/mobility
- DLA/PIP award at middle or high rate for care/mobility
- National Entitlement card with the carer element C1
- Recognised companion cards for cinema/theatre
- Registered blind/deaf.
- Accessible Toilets
Toilets are located directly beside both seating stands.
- Quiet Zone
An autism aware quiet zone is available beside the east stand. This space offers somewhere quiet and enclosed with support provided by specially trained volunteers from Autism Network Scotland and Glasgow Autism Resource Centre.
- Dog Spending
Only assistance dogs are allowed in the venue. Dog spending is located near the main spectator entrance.
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