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Neptunus on track for BMX World Championships 2015

In July the 2015 UCI BMX World Championships skids in to Belgium’s Heusden-Zolder, and specialist firm Neptunus is delighted to announce it will provide all the temporary accommodation.

After an agreement signed last week with BMX Track Zolder, Neptunus will supply all facilities at the World Cup including the entrance, VIP accommodation and structures in and around the racetrack including 70 team tents, PR rooms, themed pavilions and merchandising outlets. The organization is proud to collaborate with this well-known supplier.

Dominic Scholart, managing director of Neptunus in Belgium said: "We are extremely proud that we are able to conclude an agreement with BMX track Zolder. It is a reward for our hard working employees and emphasises our expertise and flexibility. We are an expert in the field of sporting events, although World Championships do have a special allure!"

The BMX track is located next to the former Formula 1 racing circuit. Organiser Gil de Vis of BMX Track Zolder said he was delighted with the agreement, adding: "For the first time in three years the BMX World Cup is taking place on an outdoor track. The 380m long track has a starting hill of 8m and three sharp curves. The racetrack is specially adapted for the World Cup and will undoubtedly provide us with spectacular races. We are very pleased that we can entrust all our temporary structures to Neptunus.”

BMX, or bicycle motocross, came of age when it became an Olympic sport at Beijing 2008 but has been growing in popularity as an extreme sport since the 1970s. You can whet your appetite for the World Cup at the BMX European Cup from 3-5 April. Visit for more information.

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