The long-anticipated wait is finally over as the city of Temecula recently finished construction on a new pump track located at the Ronald Reagan Sports Park. A pump track is a continuous loop of rolling whoop-de-do’s with banked turns, called berms, designed to be ridden completely by riders without having to pedal. “It’s relatively simple to use and this one will cater to a wide variety of skill levels of all ages,” James Wilcox, recreation supervisor for Temecula, said. “It’s going to be a very popular place to be for riders of all sorts. Scooter riders (non-motor only), skateboarders, mountain bikers and BMX riders can share this on any given day.” Located next to the Temecula Skate Park, the new 12,000-square-foot pump track has an asphalt surface to help reduce ma
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