TULSA, Okla. — USA BMX, the largest sanctioning body of BMX racing in the world, will break ground for its new $23 million USA BMX corporate headquarters.
The Olympic sport of USA BMX will be relocating to Tulsa with the construction of its national headquarters, which will include the Hardesty National Track Stadium, USA BMX offices, and the National BMX Hall of Fame Museum.
Mayor G.T. Bynum, District 1 Councilor Vanessa Hall-Harper, and USA BMX CEO B.A. Anderson will hold the groundbreaking Friday at 10 a.m.
The event will be held on North Lansing Avenue north of East Archer Street (150 N. Lansing Ave. - former Evans Fintube site).
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