TULSA -- The City of Tulsa has announced a preferred site for a BMX arena and world headquarters for the Olympic BMX sport.
The arena is expected to be built at the Evans Fintube site.
Mayor G.T. Bynum, Councilor Vanessa Hall-Harper and Vince Trinidad, Executive Director of the Tulsa Sports Commission spoke at a news conference Wednesday.
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According to a press release, over the past few weeks, the City of Tulsa as worked with USA BMX, the Tulsa City Council, City staff and local and state economic development professionals to secure a location in Tulsa for the future home of the BMX arena. The project is also expected to hold the world headquarters for the Olympic sport BMX racing.
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