Olympic Velodrome to Open to Public

Olympic VelodromeIt has been announced that the Olympic Velodrome and BMX track on the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in Stratford, home of the 2012 Games, will reopen to the public on March 4 of next year. Renamed the Lee Valley VeloPark the Olympic velodrome, redesigned BMX course, plus a brand new MTB trail and floodlit road circuit, will offer the chance to ride at the iconic site from as little as £2.


The new facility has already been selected as the British bid for the 2016 Track Cycling World Championships – the most significant track cycling event ahead the Rio Games – and the public will have the opportunity to meet many of the Olympic stars at the grand finale of the Revolution Track Cycling Series on March 14-15, 2014.


Fees for the facility are advertised at £6 for adults (£4 children/concessions) for BMX, MTB and road and £12 for adults (£9 children/concessions) for one-hour drop-in sessions at the velodrome – club cyclists receive further discounts at £3.30 for BMX/MTB, £4 velodrome and just £2 for the road facilities.


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