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Duke City BMX is the largest covered BMX facility in the country. The track is home to numerous state, national, and even world champion BMX riders, along with countless kids on bikes from ages two and up, and their parents, grandparents, whole families, a and friends. Located directly east of the Isotope's Baseball Park, in the sports arena district of Albuquerque, Duke City BMX is easy to get to from anywhere in the state, and also only a few minutes away from the airport, Albuquerque International Sunport. We are out here having fun on Wednesdays, Fridays, and Sundays almost every week of the year, plus we often have special event weekends, so come check out the track! Ride some bikes with us!

 

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The Greater Albuquerque Chamber of Commerce's mission is to work every day to make our community a place where businesses can grow and prosper and where people want to raise their families.  As the voice of business since 1917, we envision New Mexicans living in safe neighborhoods, working in rewarding careers at thriving businesses, while their children attend great schools, and enjoy their leisure time in one of the most beautiful regions on Earth.

A place becomes a world class community for many reasons, but most notably, it is because it has a world class education system, a vibrant small business community, a modern and efficient transportation network, excellent healthcare for all, a sustainable environment, a reliable source of power and water, and is an exciting place for tourism.

World class communities are great places for families and desirable places for business to locate and expand.


 

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