Today - Tuesday, Feb 15th, the Grand Opening of USA BMX National Headquarters Kicks Off with Olympians, Ceremonial Races & Demonstrations
What: The Grand Opening of the USA BMX Headquarters and Hall of Fame – Home of the Hardesty National BMX Stadium and the USA BMX Foundation in the Historic Greenwood District.
Funded by voters through their approval of Vision Tulsa in 2016, the City and USA BMX broke ground in 2019 on a new National Headquarters, Hall of Fame Museum and the Hardesty National Track Stadium contain both an Olympic-caliber and Amateur Track.
Who: The 2021 BMX Racing U.S. Olympic Team including Connor Fields, Alise Willoughby, Felicia Stancil, Corben Sharrah, Payton Ridenour.
In addition to members of the USA BMX staff, Tulsa Regional Chamber, Tulsa Sports Commission, and Greenwood community, the following individuals will be speaking:
Lieutenant Governor, State of Oklahoma
The Honorable G.T. Bynum
Mayor, City of Tulsa
President, USA BMX
Chief Executive Officer and Founder, USA BMX
When: Tuesday, February 15, 2022. 1 pm CT/ 2 pm ET: Program begins - Livestream
A New Permanent Home for the BMX Hall of Fame & Museum
The first phase of the BMX Hall of Fame & Museum is complete - as many of the Hall of Fame donated items given to the ABA over the past three decades have found their final resting place in Tulsa for all to see.
This BMX Museum will be open year-round to the public, with future plans for visits from nearby schools on weekly field trips.
Contact USA BMX for hours of operation and admission.