Numerous officials celebrated the opening of the USA BMX Headquarters on Tuesday.

The new facility includes the Hall of Fame, the USA BMX Foundation and the Hardesty National Track Stadium containing both an Olympic-level and amateur track. 

Funded by voters through their approval of Vision Tulsa in 2016, the City of Tulsa and USA BMX broke ground in 2019 on the headquarters. The site is located on 11 acres on the historic Evans–Fintube property in the Historic Greenwood District.

The total investment for the headquarters was $23 million: $15 million allocated from Vision 2025 to relocate USA BMX headquarters from Arizona; $6.5 million from the Tulsa Parking Authority and the City of Tulsa and $1.5 million from the Hardesty Family Foundation. 

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