Redland City Council has responded to the concerns of Mt Cotton residents, making a local BMX track more suitable for inexperienced riders.
Smaller jumps were installed at the BMX track in Seeana Drive Park to complement improvements made earlier this year.
The work comes after residents voiced concerns that the park wasn't suitable for younger riders.
New play equipment and BMX tracks were added to the park a few months ago but residents felt the jumps were too high for younger and inexperienced riders, Redland City mayor Karen Williams said.
They raised their concerns with division six councillor Julie Talty, who agreed easier jumps were needed and she worked to have the improvements carried out.
Cr Talty said it made sense to make the park appropriate for all ages, after young riders had installed their own jumps.
Parents told me younger children were making their own ad-hoc jumps because they werent ready to master the larger jumps installed earlier this year, she said.
This BMX track is very popular and its great it can now be used by riders of all ages and levels, she said.
The project cost about $18,000.
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