The opening of the capital’s cycle track and the center of Bicycle culture scheduled for may 20, 2017.
About this informed the Deputy Chairman of the KSCA Alexander Spasibki during the inspection of the restoration of the complex of the Kiev cycle track, which is located in the Shevchenko district.
“After completion of construction and putting the object into operation the town will not only save the monument of architecture and history, one of Europe’s oldest Cycling tracks, and will receive a sports object corresponding to modern requirements for buildings of this class, but will also transform the area around the racetrack in a real hub of Cycling culture in Kiev. Today, the implementation of the volume of work is 90%”, – said Alexander Spasibo.
Inspecting the restoration of the Kiev track Alexander Spasibki examined coating facilities, administrative building, which will become a school of Cycling, has tested the quality of sports equipment, inspected dining and Parking.
He also said that currently the final continues work on the restoration of paintings the track with the structure of modern sports coverage, completed reconstruction of the administrative building of the sports with the arrangement of the premises for the needs of athletes (changing rooms, showers, medical service, gym, Cycling Studio, workshop for repair and boxes for storage of bikes, etc.), restored bleachers for 280 spectators. In addition, built a cafe and underground Parking for 40 cars with the possibility of Parking the vans used by the Cycling team. Landscaped area around the cycle track, create a common public space to Park. O. Honchar. The opening of the Park will conduct landscape works and planted gardens.
“At the initiative of Kyiv mayor Vitaly Klitschko in the framework of the creation of the concept of development of Cycling infrastructure in Kiev there is equip a modern infrastructure for comfortable use by both professionals and Amateurs,” – said Alexander Spasibki and added that in the discussion of the restoration project of the racetrack and the control of work actively participated activists of the capital’s cyclists.