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March 6, 2018

Sturgis Police Athletic League Looks to Create Bicycle Park

The Sturgis Police Athletic League is looking to deter juvenile crime by creating a professional quality bike park, reports KOTA News. The park would have attractions for bicyclists of varying skill level—from toddlers to BMX aficionados.

The total cost of the park is estimated at $75,000. So far, the Sturgis Police Athletic League has raised over $31,000 at an auction held at the Knuckle Brewery. Construction of the park will be done by Pumptrax USA, which has build the past three Olympic BMX tracks.

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