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Michael Pusey Gets MBE For Building BMX Track In Peckham, UK

Michael Pusey, CK Flash, MBE

Micahel Pusey AKA DJ CK Flash is recieving a MBE(Member of the Order of the British Empire) award for his incedible, successful work in getting the Peckham BMX Track/Club started to help get local kids off the streets and making them world champions. The track is home to two Olympians, two of the World’s best female riders and national and international champions.
The BLB would like to give a big shout out and congrats to Michael for this awesome achievement!

Michael Pusey’s MBE For BMX ClubMichael Pusey built a BMX track in Peckham to help give local kids something to do. Now the track is home to two Olympians, two of the world’s best female riders and national and international champions – and he’s been awarded an MBE in the New Year’s Honours list.More of the honours awarded here: http://trib.al/JuJpK09

Posted by Sky News on Wednesday, December 30, 2015

About Peckham BMX:
“Peckham BMX Club London began in 2004 when local DJ and entrepreneur Ck Flash was approached by Southwark Council and Edwards bike shop to take on the challenge of clearing a patch of wasteground on Naylor Road. After some back breaking work and opening with just 4 kids the club was born, it quickly attracted scores of local children and soon grew to becoming the Number 1 Club in the UK in 2008. An incredible achievement in such a short space of time and one that bears testament to the clubs mentality, the kids determination and CK and fellow coaches inspiration.

With a lot of hard work and support the club was soon challenging for more and is now producing some of the best UK talent, sending over 4 riders to the Olympic Development team with The British Cycling Federation and has created scores of British and National Champions. All this has been done with a tiny quarter sized track in Naylor Road which makes their achievements even more exceptional.”

About The MBE Award (Member of the Order of the British Empire):
This is awarded for a significant achievement or outstanding service to the community. An MBE is also awarded for local ‘hands-on’ service which stands out as an example to other people


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