The completion of the Queensborough All-Wheel Park (New Westminster, BC) has Metro Vancouver skateboarders and BMX riders celebrating! The park not only includes a unique 12,500 square foot concrete skatepark, but also an expansive BMX dirt-jump track. The skatepark design found inspiration from industrial drainage ditches that are often seen in action sports media and are typically appealing venues for urban skaters and bikers. The ‘ditch’ is located centrally within the facility and includes banked walls, quarter pipes and bowl sections that will allow for effortless flow around the park. This ‘organic’ terrain layout is complimented by coping sections, extensions and gaps as well a number of sculptural features around the facility’s perimeter. A prominent entry piece/spectator viewing area with shade structures and custom shotcrete boulder seats has also been included for visitors to stay comfortable and safe when watching the action. Adjacent to the skatepark, lies a large BMX dirt jump course designed with input from Professional BMX rider Jay Miron. The track consists of beginner, intermediate and expert lines and includes a primary drop-in, numerous bermed corners and rhythmic jump sections.