Don’t miss out on the grand opening of the Daniel Dhers Action Sports Complex, the largest family-oriented, year-round, BMX, mountain biking, and skateboarding training facility in the world. The big event will take place this Saturday, May 3, in Holly Springs, N.C. Further details are below.
Grand Opening of New BMX Pro Rider Daniel Dhers’
Action Sports Complex in North Carolina
WHAT: The largest family-oriented, year-round, BMX, mountain biking, and skateboarding training facility in the world will open doors next weekend. Professional BMX Pro rider Daniel Dhers, a five-time X Games Gold Medalist, who recently won the biggest BMX contest ever in the Caribbean held in Trinidad and Tobago, is holding the grand opening of the Daniel Dhers Action Sports Complex, a brand new facility with 37,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor space. His hope is to make BMX biking and skating more accessible to the masses.
The new facility is a place where bikers and skaters can develop their technique with 20,000 square feet of indoor riding terrain and 17,000 square feet outdoor riding space, as well as a pro shop and party room.
Special guests attending the grand opening include local legend and BMX Pro Chris Doyle. On hand for the grand opening session will be Daniel Sandoval, Rob Darden, Kenneth Tencio, Josh Perry, Dan Sieg, and Dave Mirra, as well as Dhers himself.
WHERE: 171 Tradition Trail, Suite 207, Holly Springs, N.C.
WHEN: Saturday, May 3. Starts at 10 a.m. Pro Demo at 1 p.m. Ride with the pros at 3 p.m.
CONTACT: Alison Beckwith, 301-699-0148, [email protected]
Founded by BMX pro rider Daniel Dhers and located in Holly Springs, N.C. just outside of the Research Triangle Park, the Daniel Dhers Action Sports Complex is the largest family-oriented, year-round, BMX, mountain biking, and skateboarding training facility in the world with more than 37,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor riding terrain including a beginners area, street plaza, pump track, box jump, foam pit, resi quarter, and a large viewing deck for all guests to watch their favorite riders.
To learn more, visit: http://www.ddasc.com.