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The track is being built by D&E Track and Trail, a South Island outfit that specialises in mountain bike tracks.

Doyle said there would be signs warning people to "use at your own risk".

"It's quite low level really, there isn't really an advanced line, they're all very mellow bumps you can cruise through," he said.

A park-like area will be created at the centre of the park, including astroturf mounds and paths connecting everything together. The track backs onto Rauora Park and a basketball court.

The area is the latest to be developed by Gap Filler as part Fletcher Living's One Central residential development. The community organisation was contracted to introduce transitional activities in yet-to-be developed sections of the east frame.

The group has already opened two Good Spot car parks and a street art zone in the east frame, among other developments. Last week it opened a slackline park on Gloucester St, which Doyle said had been already proved popular with a local slacklining club.

Track builder Cam Bisset said D&E Track and Trail were flat out building tracks across the South Island. Its team was fully booked until May.

"We're usually up in the back country somewhere cutting tracks, so it's pretty cool to be doing something in the city," Bisset said.


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