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Indoor Office Mini Athletic Track

Our last job of 2017 was to carry out the line markings around an office block in the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, London. The customer asked for a 3 lane mini athletic track to run around each section of their office.

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To complete this job, the lines had to be measured and set out using tape before line marking the red rubber surface in white. The total length of the track was 940lm long

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Mini Indoor Tracks across the UK

Over the last few weeks, we’ve been surveying and painting a series of mini indoor tracks.

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We are pleased to have been asked to paint these various tracks in a number of gyms across the country. So far, we’ve painted these mostly in the north of the UK.


The purpose of these tracks is for gym-goers to warm up and cool down on. It gives them a space to stretch their legs between circuits or simply sit on the verge of astroturf in the centre of the track and relax.


We think the concept is great and more gyms should have areas like this. Plus they look smart too!

Cycle Track: Betteshanger Country Park

This week in the sunshine (and random snow showers), we have been busy marking the Betteshanger Country Park cycle trail with arrows and markings to guide the cyclists round the track.

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Betteshanger Country Park, near Deal in East Kent, has a 2-mile tarmac cycle track, leisure paths for cycling and walking and established woodlands, wetlands and reed beds full of wildlife. Betteshanger Country Park is situated on an old coal waste tip, previously known as Betteshanger Colliery.

Since the park first opened in May 2007, it has been a safe off-road park for cyclings, running, walking and mountain biking. The 2-mile cycle trail is divided into three different circuits; a 1.5 km circuit, a 2 kilometre circuit and the full circuit.

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Bike hire is available at the track if you would like to go for a spin and check out the scenery (including our line markings!).

Wishing everyone a relaxing bank holiday weekend.