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List of Velodromes

This is a list of cycling tracks and velodromes for track cycling worldwide.

Velodromes currently in use

Country Velodrome City Length Banking Surface IN/OUT Notes Altitude Location
 Argentina Antonio Ríos San Rafael, Mendoza 250 m unknown concrete Outdoor 689 m 34°38?14?S 68°19?27?W / 34.637118°S 68.324251°W / -34.637118; -68.324251
 Argentina Bahiense Pedal Club Bahía Blanca 250 m unknown concrete Outdoor 31 m 38°41?18?S 62°16?26?W / 38.688392°S 62.273812°W / -38.688392; -62.273812
 Argentina Chavense Pedal Club González Chaves 150 m unknown concrete Outdoor 197 m 38°01?43?S 60°06?09?W / 38.028504°S 60.102419°W / -38.028504; -60.102419
 Argentina City of Esperanza Esperanza 250 m unknown concrete Outdoor RRF 41 m 31°26?49?S 60°55?14?W / 31.447083°S 60.920651°W / -31.447083; -60.920651
 Argentina Concepción del Uruguay 540 m unknown asphalt Outdoor 9 m 32°28?25?S 58°13?28?W / 32.473652°S 58.224562°W / -32.473652; -58.224562
 Argentina Concordia 340 m unknown concrete Outdoor 35 m 31°22?20?S 58°00?05?W / 31.372278°S 58.001488°W / -31.372278; -58.001488
 Argentina Eduardo Maero (Bº Ayacucho) Velodrome Córdoba 250 m unknown concrete Outdoor painted 430 m 31°22?33?S 64°10?27?W / 31.375739°S 64.174219°W / -31.375739; -64.174219
 Argentina Ernesto Contreras Provincial Mendoza 333.33 m unknown concrete Outdoor RRF 859 m 32°53?03?S 68°52?49?W / 32.884205°S 68.880290°W / -32.884205; -68.880290
 Argentina Gabriel Deramond Municipal cycletrack Caleta Olivia 450 m unknown asphalt Outdoor 7 m 46°27?00?S 67°31?47?W / 46.450051°S 67.529755°W / -46.450051; -67.529755
 Argentina Héctor Cassina Rafaela 250 m unknown concrete Outdoor lights 103 m 31°16?20?S 61°29?38?W / 31.272154°S 61.493785°W / -31.272154; -61.493785
 Argentina Jorge Batiz Corral de Bustos 225 m unknown concrete Outdoor 118 m 33°16?33?S 62°11?34?W / 33.275939°S 62.192824°W / -33.275939; -62.192824
 Argentina Julio Polet Panamerican Mar del Plata 250 m unknown concrete Outdoor lights, UP 16 m 38°01?00?S 57°34?32?W / 38.016792°S 57.575439°W / -38.016792; -57.575439
 Argentina KDT Circuit Buenos Aires 333.33 m unknown concrete Outdoor painted, RRF 9 m 34°33?58?S 58°24?55?W / 34.566094°S 58.415181°W / -34.566094; -58.415181
 Argentina Las Breñas Cycle Association Las Breñas 400 m unknown concrete Outdoor lights 105 m 27°05?47?S 61°04?27?W / 27.096371°S 61.074074°W / -27.096371; -61.074074
 Argentina Luján José María Jáuregui 200 m unknown concrete Outdoor lights 27 m 34°35?39?S 59°10?54?W / 34.594188°S 59.181770°W / -34.594188; -59.181770
 Argentina Mayo Park San Juan 400 m unknown concrete Outdoor lights, RRF 656 m 31°31?53?S 68°32?38?W / 31.531321°S 68.543792°W / -31.531321; -68.543792
 Argentina Reconquista Municipal Reconquista 333.33 m unknown concrete Outdoor 44 m 29°10?00?S 59°38?21?W / 29.166628°S 59.639164°W / -29.166628; -59.639164
 Argentina Resistencia Resistencia 400 m unknown concrete Outdoor 53 m 27°26?06?S 59°02?12?W / 27.435003°S 59.036791°W / -27.435003; -59.036791
 Argentina Río Cuarto Municipal Río Cuarto 250 m unknown concrete Outdoor 440 m 33°06?50?S 64°20?57?W / 33.113971°S 64.349065°W / -33.113971; -64.349065
 Argentina Roberto "Paco" Echegaray San Carlos de Bariloche 333.33 m unknown concrete Outdoor lights 823 m 41°08?11?S 71°17?33?W / 41.136363°S 71.292591°W / -41.136363; -71.292591
 Argentina Rubén Rosetti Junín 333.33 m unknown concrete Outdoor 82 m 34°35?09?S 60°58?28?W / 34.585758°S 60.974359°W / -34.585758; -60.974359
 Argentina Rufino Rufino 333.33 m unknown concrete Outdoor 121 m 34°15?30?S 62°43?29?W / 34.258369°S 62.724729°W / -34.258369; -62.724729
 Argentina Sáenz Peña Pres. Roque Sáenz Peña 333.33 m unknown concrete Outdoor 93 m 26°48?52?S 60°25?22?W / 26.814527°S 60.422674°W / -26.814527; -60.422674
 Argentina San Francisco San Francisco 400 m unknown concrete Outdoor non-std, painted 118 m 31°24?59?S 62°04?46?W / 31.416487°S 62.079451°W / -31.416487; -62.079451
 Argentina San Luis Provincial San Luis 250 m unknown concrete Outdoor lights, UP 729 m 33°18?45?S 66°19?43?W / 33.312613°S 66.328478°W / -33.312613; -66.328478
 Argentina San Nicolás cycletrack San Nicolás de los Arroyos 500 m unknown asphalt Outdoor 28 m 33°21?13?S 60°12?51?W / 33.353730°S 60.214062°W / -33.353730; -60.214062
 Argentina Trenque Lauquen Cycletrack Trenque Lauquen 575 m unknown concrete Outdoor 100 m turns 93 m 35°59?12?S 62°45?02?W / 35.986721°S 62.750528°W / -35.986721; -62.750528
 Argentina Tres de Febrero Villa Martínez de Hoz 535 m unknown concrete Outdoor lights, 40 m turns 93 m 34°36?14?S 58°34?38?W / 34.603913°S 58.577175°W / -34.603913; -58.577175
 Argentina Unzué Park Municipal Gualeguaychú 425 m unknown asphalt Outdoor lights, 75m turns 7 m 33°00?36?S 58°29?50?W / 33.010067°S 58.497099°W / -33.010067; -58.497099
 Argentina Velodrome of the Lagoon Santa Rosa 565 m unknown asphalt Outdoor lights, RRF 169 m 36°37?41?S 64°18?39?W / 36.628123°S 64.310869°W / -36.628123; -64.310869
 Argentina Venado Tuerto Municipal Venado Tuerto 333.33 m unknown asphalt Outdoor lights 123 m 33°44?14?S 61°57?40?W / 33.737229°S 61.961060°W / -33.737229; -61.961060
 Argentina Velódromo Héroes de Malvinas San Juan 250 m unknown asphalt Outdoor lights, UP, RRF 646 m 31°34?52?S 68°32?59?W / 31.581208°S 68.549754°W / -31.581208; -68.549754
 Armenia Yerevan Velodrome Yerevan 250 m 42° wood Outdoor Built in 2010-11 to replace the old cycling track which was later demolished. 915 m
 Australia Adelaide Super-Drome Gepps Cross 250 m 43.0° wood Indoor Hosted the 2011 Oceania Track Championships 25 m 34°50?29?S 138°36?44?E / 34.841384°S 138.612296°E / -34.841384; 138.612296
 Australia Anna Meares Velodrome Chandler, Queensland 250 m 40.0° wood Indoor Hosted the 2018 Commonwealth Games 27°30?54?S 153°08?47?E / 27.514972°S 153.146506°E / -27.514972; 153.146506
 Australia Marty Busch Ballarat, Victoria 250 m 37.5° concrete Outdoor 421 m 37°36?18?S 143°50?37?E / 37.604869°S 143.843474°E / -37.604869; 143.843474
 Australia Burwood East Burwood East, Victoria 307 m 25° concrete Outdoor 134 m 37°51?21?S 145°09?37?E / 37.855967°S 145.160255°E / -37.855967; 145.160255
 Australia Blackwater Blackwater, Queensland 333.33 m unknown concrete Outdoor 169 m 23°33?48?S 148°53?06?E / 23.563408°S 148.884876°E / -23.563408; 148.884876
 Australia Blue Lake Sports Park Mount Gambier, South Australia 250 m unknown concrete Outdoor 40 m 37°50?36?S 140°49?00?E / 37.843460°S 140.816547°E / -37.843460; 140.816547
 Australia Bob Whitford Newborough, Victoria 500 m unknown asphalt Outdoor 83 m 38°10?41?S 146°17?44?E / 38.177966°S 146.295445°E / -38.177966; 146.295445
 Australia Brunswick East Brunswick, Victoria 312 m unknown concrete Outdoor lights 39 m 37°45?40?S 144°58?53?E / 37.761090°S 144.981417°E / -37.761090; 144.981417
 Australia Bundaberg Bundaberg West, QLD 400 m unknown asphalt Outdoor 16 m 24°52?25?S 152°20?17?E / 24.873638°S 152.338025°E / -24.873638; 152.338025
 Australia Caboolture Sports Centre Caboolture, QLD 350 m unknown concrete Outdoor lights 8 m 27°05?20?S 152°56?44?E / 27.088876°S 152.945461°E / -27.088876; 152.945461
 Australia Cairns Cycledome Smith Park Cairns, Queensland 400 m unlnown bitumen Outdoor lights
 Australia Chandler Velodrome Brisbane, Queensland 333.33 m 31 concrete Outdoor lights, underpass 34 m 27°30?40?S 153°08?51?E / 27.511004°S 153.147569°E / -27.511004; 153.147569
 Australia Chelsea Edithvale, Victoria 502 m unknown concrete Outdoor painted 5 m 38°02?10?S 145°07?13?E / 38.036176°S 145.120214°E / -38.036176; 145.120214
 Australia Coburg Coburg, Victoria 250 m unknown concrete Outdoor lights (currently broken), underpass 72 m 37°43?47?S 144°57?19?E / 37.729756°S 144.955411°E / -37.729756; 144.955411
 Australia Collie Collie, Western Australia 333.33 m unknown concrete Outdoor 187 m 33°21?19?S 116°09?19?E / 33.355330°S 116.155149°E / -33.355330; 116.155149
 Australia Dalgety Road Alice Springs, Northern Territory 333.33 m unknown concrete Outdoor lights, underpass 600 m 23°40?12?S 133°51?51?E / 23.669988°S 133.864115°E / -23.669988; 133.864115
 Australia Bagot Park Darwin, Northern Territory 325 m unknown concrete Outdoor lights 22 m 12°23?46?S 130°51?33?E / 12.396234°S 130.859035°E / -12.396234; 130.859035
 Australia David Blackie Ararat, Victoria 250 m unknown concrete Outdoor lights 309 m 37°16?14?S 142°56?30?E / 37.270687°S 142.941535°E / -37.270687; 142.941535
 Australia Devonport Oval Devonport, Tasmania 500 m unknown concrete Outdoor lights 9 m 41°10?01?S 146°21?33?E / 41.166921°S 146.359195°E / -41.166921; 146.359195
 Australia Doug Powell Castlemaine, Victoria 500 m unknown asphalt Outdoor 297 m 37°04?22?S 144°13?51?E / 37.072664°S 144.230781°E / -37.072664; 144.230781
 Australia Dunc Gray Velodrome Sydney, New South Wales 250 m 42°/12.5° wood Indoor Hosted the 2000 Summer Olympics 52 m 33°54?27?S 150°59?55?E / 33.907419°S 150.998744°E / -33.907419; 150.998744
 Australia Echuca-Moama Moama, New South Wales 295 m unknown concrete Outdoor 99 m 36°06?06?S 144°44?49?E / 36.101540°S 144.746994°E / -36.101540; 144.746994
 Australia Edwardstown South Plympton, South Australia 480 m unknown asphalt Outdoor 22 m 34°58?53?S 138°33?51?E / 34.981434°S 138.564294°E / -34.981434; 138.564294
 Australia Eridge Park (Bowral) Burradoo, New South Wales 333.33 m unknown asphalt Outdoor painted, lights 662 m 34°30?56?S 150°24?25?E / 34.515607°S 150.406955°E / -34.515607; 150.406955
 Australia Exeter cycletrack Exeter, Tasmania 365 m unknown asphalt Outdoor 56 m 41°17?53?S 146°56?57?E / 41.298051°S 146.949112°E / -41.298051; 146.949112
 Australia Georgetown Georgetown, Tasmania 375 m unknown asphalt Outdoor 23 m 41°05?56?S 146°50?04?E / 41.098970°S 146.834478°E / -41.098970; 146.834478
 Australia Gold Coast Cycling Centre Nerang, Queensland 356 m unknown asphalt Outdoor lights 6 m 27°59?09?S 153°20?10?E / 27.985710°S 153.336197°E / -27.985710; 153.336197
 Australia Graeme Jose Whyalla, South Australia 269 m unknown concrete Outdoor lights 35 m 33°01?27?S 137°34?14?E / 33.024118°S 137.570420°E / -33.024118; 137.570420
 Australia H.A. Smith Reserve Hawthorn, Victoria 250 m unknown asphalt Outdoor 16 m 37°50?18?S 145°02?21?E / 37.838337°S 145.039090°E / -37.838337; 145.039090
 Australia Hanson Reserve Woodville Gardens, South Australia 405 m unknown asphalt Outdoor 12 m 34°52?03?S 138°33?08?E / 34.867490°S 138.552196°E / -34.867490; 138.552196
 Australia Melbourne Arena Melbourne, Victoria 250 m wood Indoor Built in 2000. Hosted 2004 and 2012 UCI Track Cycling World Championships and the 2006 Commonwealth Games 12m
 Australia Hurstville Velodrome Sydney Outdoor 78m
 Australia Joe Ciavola Velodrome (DISC) Thornbury, Victoria 250 m 42° wood Indoor 52 m 37°45?52?S 145°01?23?E / 37.764412°S 145.022930°E / -37.764412; 145.022930
 Australia Kenrick Tucker Velodrome Rockhampton, Queensland 333.33 m Outdoor
 Australia Kyneton Velodrome Hurry Reserve Kyneton, Victoria 250 m unknown concrete Outdoor 510 m 37°50?18?S 145°02?21?E / 37.838337°S 145.039090°E / -37.838337; 145.039090
 Australia Latrobe Recreation Ground Latrobe, Tasmania Outdoor
 Australia Lavington Sports Ground Albury, New South Wales 250 m concrete Outdoor
 Australia Lidcombe Oval Lidcombe, New South Wales 426 m asphalt Outdoor lights. Resurfaced and corners softened Dec 2013
 Australia Maryborough Velodrome Avoca Rd Maryborough, Victoria 333.33 m unknown concrete Outdoor 250 m 37°02?58?S 143°43?32?E / 37.049469°S 143.725607°E / -37.049469; 143.725607
 Australia Muswellbrook Velodrome Muswellbrook, New South Wales 166.66 m concrete Outdoor 150 m 32°16?10?S 150°53?32?E / 32.26952°S 150.89225°E / -32.26952; 150.89225
 Australia Narrabundah Capital Velodrome Canberra, Australian Capital Territory 333.33 m concrete Outdoor
 Australia New Town Oval Hobart, Tasmania Outdoor
 Australia Packer Park Glen Eira, Carnegie 335 m unknown concrete Outdoor 50 m 37°54?05?S 145°03?29?E / 37.901469°S 145.057952°E / -37.901469; 145.057952

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 Australia Perth SpeedDome Midvale, Western Australia 250 m wood Indoor Hosted the 1997 UCI Track Cycling World Championships
 Australia Port Pirie Velodrome Port Pirie, South Australia 502 m Outdoor
 Australia Prince of Wales Tamworth, New South Wales 250 m unknown concrete Outdoor lights, underpass 384 m 31°05?51?S 150°56?07?E / 31.097542°S 150.935333°E / -31.097542; 150.935333
 Australia Rosebery Oval Rosebery, Tasmania Outdoor
 Australia Sale Velodrome Sale, Victoria concrete Outdoor 38°06?25?S 147°05?32?E / 38.107042°S 147.092119°E / -38.107042; 147.092119
 Australia Shepparton Velodrome Shepparton, Victoria 333.33 m concrete Outdoor 36°21?18?S 145°23?34?E / 36.354928°S 145.392816°E / -36.354928; 145.392816
 Australia Silverdome Launceston, Tasmania 285.714 m wood Indoor The first Southern Hemisphere's Indoor timber cycling velodrome.[2]
 Australia St. Helens Velodrome St Helens, Tasmania Outdoor
 Australia Canterbury Tempe Velodrome Earlwood, New South Wales 333.33 m concrete Outdoor Official name is Canterbury Velodrome, though most call it Tempe Velodrome.
 Australia Tom Flood Sports Centre Velodrome Bendigo, Victoria 412 m Outdoor 225 m 36°45?09?S 144°16?51?E / 36.752596°S 144.280897°E / -36.752596; 144.280897
 Australia Toormina Velodrome near Coffs Harbour, New South Wales 330 m asphalt Outdoor Built in 2005
 Australia TW Andrews Park Velodrome Preston, Victoria 333.33 m Outdoor 85m 37°42?59?S 145°01?01?E / 37.716366°S 145.016937°E / -37.716366; 145.016937
 Australia Unanderra Velodrome Unanderra, New South Wales 270 m concrete Outdoor
 Australia Wagga Cricket Ground Wagga Wagga, New South Wales concrete Outdoor
 Australia Wangaratta Velodrome Wangaratta, Victoria 490 m Outdoor 145 m 36°20?49?S 146°19?02?E / 36.346972°S 146.317122°E / -36.346972; 146.317122
 Australia Warragul Velodrome Warragul, Victoria 333.33 m concrete Outdoor 140 m 38°10?12?S 145°56?34?E / 38.169958°S 145.942734°E / -38.169958; 145.942734
 Australia West Park Oval Burnie, Tasmania Outdoor
 Austria Ferry-Dusika-Hallenstadion Vienna 250 m 45° wood Indoor 163 m 48°12?38?N 16°25?26?E / 48.2106°N 16.4240°E / 48.2106; 16.4240
 Barbados Bridgetown Bush Hall 500 m unknown concrete Outdoor 46 m 13°07?13?N 59°36?17?W / 13.120344°N 59.604657°W / 13.120344; -59.604657
 Belarus Minsk-Arena Minsk 250 m wood Indoor Hosted 2013 UCI Track Cycling World Championships
 Belgium Vlaams Wielercentrum Eddy Merckx Blaarmeersen, Ghent 250 m wood Indoor
 Belgium Kuipke Ghent 166.66 m wood Indoor (somewhere referred as Citadel Park Velodrome)
 Belgium Antwerps Sportpaleis Antwerp 250 m wood Indoor
 Belgium Elewijt Zemst 377 m asphalt
 Belgium Wielerpiste Hulshout Hulshout 384 m asphalt Outdoor [3]
 Belgium Alleur Ans 400 m asphalt
 Belgium Peer 400 m asphalt
 Belgium Vélodrome de Charleroi-Gilly Gilly, Charleroi 250 m asphalt Outdoor [4]
 Belgium Jemelle Rochefort 400 m asphalt
 Belgium Quenast Rebecq 333.33 m asphalt
 Belgium Stene Oostende 333.33 m asphalt Outdoor
 Belgium Wielercentrum Antwerpen Wilrijk, Antwerp 333.33 m asphalt Outdoor construction began 24 September 2005, opened 30 September 2006[5]
 Belgium Wielerbaan Patrick Sercu Brugge 333.33 m asphalt Outdoor
 Belgium Beveren 400 m asphalt
 Bolivia Velodromo de Alto Irpavi La Paz 333.33 m unknown concrete Outdoor underpass 3,340 m 16°31?25?S 68°04?55?W / 16.5235°S 68.0820°W / -16.5235; -68.0820
 Bolivia Velodromo de Parque Mariscal Santa Cruz Cochabamba 333.33 m unknown concrete Outdoor painted, underpass 2,571 m 17°23?58?S 66°10?25?W / 17.3995°S 66.1735°W / -17.3995; -66.1735
 Brazil Ciclismo E Americana, São Paulo 333.33 m unknown concrete Outdoor lights 538 m 22°44?43?S 47°19?15?W / 22.745205°S 47.320752°W / -22.745205; -47.320752
 Brazil Francisca Maria R Praça Jardim Botânico Curitiba, Paraná 333.33 m unknown concrete Outdoor lights, underpass, tennis infield 928 m 25°26?36?S 49°14?27?W / 25.443346°S 49.240742°W / -25.443346; -49.240742
 Brazil Willie Davids Maringá, Paraná 250 m unknown concrete Outdoor lights, underpass 551 m 23°24?42?S 51°56?13?W / 23.411737°S 51.937014°W / -23.411737; -51.937014
 Brazil Rio Olympic Velodrome Rio de Janeiro 250 m 44.9º wood Indoor Hosted the 2016 Summer Olympics 5 m 22°58?49?S 43°23?41?W / 22.980237°S 43.394769°W / -22.980237; -43.394769
 Brazil Velódromo de Caieiras Caieiras 250 m unknown concrete Outdoor underpass, traffic safety infield 735 m 23°21?23?S 46°44?30?W / 23.356376°S 46.741582°W / -23.356376; -46.741582
 Brazil Velódromo da USP São Paulo 250 m unknown concrete Outdoor lights, underpass, stadium, multi-use infield 727 m 23°33?37?S 46°42?55?W / 23.560275°S 46.715314°W / -23.560275; -46.715314
 Canada Argyll Velodrome Edmonton, Alberta 333.33 m 37? concrete Outdoor Built for the 1978 Commonwealth Games.[6] Also hosted track cycling competitions at the 1983 Summer Universiade.[7]
 Canada Bromont Velodrome Bromont, Quebec 250 m 42? wood Outdoor Built for the 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta and moved to Bromont in 2000.[8]
 Canada Burnaby Velodrome Burnaby, British Columbia (near Vancouver) 200 m 47? wood Indoor built mid-1990s[9]. Pressurised dome. 30 m
 Canada Vélodrome Caisse Populaire de Dieppe Dieppe, New Brunswick 250 m 39? wood Outdoor [10] Demolished in 2018
 Canada Forest City Velodrome London, Ontario 138 m 50? wood Indoor world's shortest permanent velodrome, built 2005 inside former hockey arena[11]
 Canada Glenmore Velodrome Calgary, Alberta 400 m 39? concrete Outdoor [12]
 Canada Mattamy National Cycling Centre Milton, Ontario 250 m 42? wood Indoor built for the 2015 Pan American Games. First-ever UCI-regulated, class 1 Indoor velodrome in Canada. Designed by FaulknerBrowns Architects and opened in January 2015.
 Canada Westshore Velodrome (Formerly Juan de Fuca Velodrome) Colwood, Victoria, British Columbia 333.33 m 28? concrete Outdoor Built for the 1994 Commonwealth Games[13]
 Canada Wind-Del Velodrome Windham Centre, Ontario 250 m 13? asphalt Outdoor
 Chile Estadio La Granja Curico 250 m unknown concrete Outdoor lights, RR entry 221 m 34°58?28?S 71°13?46?W / 34.974407°S 71.229354°W / -34.974407; -71.229354
 Chile Estadio Nacional Santiago 333.33 m unknown concrete Outdoor lights, RR entry, underpass 570 m 33°28?09?S 70°36?27?W / 33.469166°S 70.607444°W / -33.469166; -70.607444
 Chile Punta Arenas Punta Arenas 500 m unknown concrete Outdoor 7 m 53°09?15?S 70°53?44?W / 53.154142°S 70.895553°W / -53.154142; -70.895553
 Chile Velódromo del Parque Peñalolén Santiago 250 m unknown wood Indoor laminated wood (Finland Master Plank Kerto), designed by Peter Junek: built for the 2014 South American Games 650 m 33°27?57?S 70°32?43?W / 33.465816°S 70.545315°W / -33.465816; -70.545315
 China Guangzhou Velodrome Guangzhou 250 m wood Indoor built for the 2010 Asian Games
 China Laoshan Velodrome Beijing 250 m wood Indoor built for the 2008 Summer Olympics
 China Tianjin Velodrome Tianjin 250 m wood Indoor built for the 2013 East Asian Games
 China Liaoning Velodrome Shenyang 250 m wood Indoor
 China Shandong Velodrome Jinan 250 m wood Indoor
 China Shanxi Velodrome Taiyuan 250 m Wood Indoor
 Colombia Velódromo Rafael Vásquez Barranquilla Outdoor
 Colombia Velódromo Luís Carlos Galán Bogotá 333.33 m concrete Outdoor Hosted the 1995 UCI Track Cycling World Championships
 Colombia Velódromo Primero de Mayo Bogotá 333.33 m 43°/11° wood Outdoor Built in 1951.
 Colombia Velódromo Alfonso Flórez Ortiz Bucaramanga concrete Outdoor
 Colombia Velódromo Alcides Nieto Patiño Cali 250 m 46°/11° wood Outdoor, fully covered Built in 1971. Renovated in 2007. Regular stop for the UCI Track Cycling World Cup Classics. Hosted the 2014 UCI Track Cycling World Championships 998m
 Colombia Velódromo Alfonso Salamanca Duitama 250 m concrete Outdoor
 Colombia Velódromo Martín Emilio Cochise Rodriguez Medellín 250 m 45°/8.5° concrete Outdoor
 Colombia Velódromo Alfonso Hurtado Sarria Pereira Outdoor
 Costa Rica Parque de la Paz San Jose 333.33 m 30/12 concrete Outdoor lights 1,173 m 9°54?45?N 84°04?23?W / 9.912559°N 84.072993°W / 9.912559; -84.072993
 Croatia Velodrom Zagreb Zagreb 430 m unknown concrete Outdoor lights 116 m 45°48?17?N 15°57?39?E / 45.804623°N 15.960862°E / 45.804623; 15.960862
 Cuba Velodromo Reinaldo Paseiro Havana 333.33 m unknown concrete Outdoor underpass 40 m 23°09?14?N 82°18?54?W / 23.153913°N 82.315042°W / 23.153913; -82.315042
 Czech Republic Motol, Prague 153.8 m unknown wood Indoor 279 m 50°03?57?N 14°21?07?E / 50.065716°N 14.351952°E / 50.065716; 14.351952
 Czech Republic Velodrom T?ebe?ín T?ebe?ín, Prague 333.33 m 35°/7.5° concrete Outdoor overpass 271 m 50°05?03?N 14°29?18?E / 50.08419°N 14.488333°E / 50.08419; 14.488333
 Czech Republic Brno Velodrome Brno 400 m unknown concrete Outdoor, track covered lights, underpass. Hosted 1969 and 1981 world championships 208 m 49°11?05?N 16°34?45?E / 49.184660°N 16.579075°E / 49.184660; 16.579075
 Czech Republic Prost?jov 301 m unknown concrete Outdoor lights 227 m 49°28?50?N 17°06?05?E / 49.480468°N 17.101522°E / 49.480468; 17.101522
 Czech Republic Plze? 400 m unknown concrete Outdoor lights 332 m 49°44?12?N 13°24?04?E / 49.736767°N 13.401070°E / 49.736767; 13.401070
 Czech Republic Louny 446 m unknown concrete Outdoor 180 m 50°22?02?N 13°47?18?E / 50.367180°N 13.788241°E / 50.367180; 13.788241
 Denmark Aarhus Cyklebane Aarhus 333.33 m unknown concrete Outdoor 20 m 56°07?57?N 10°11?29?E / 56.132485°N 10.191437°E / 56.132485; 10.191437
 Denmark Ballerup Super Arena Copenhagen 250 m unknown wood Indoor Hosted 2002 and 2010 UCI Track Cycling World Championships 24 m 55°43?16?N 12°22?06?E / 55.721157°N 12.368401°E / 55.721157; 12.368401
 Denmark Thorvald Ellegaard Arena Odense 250 m 42° wood Indoor [14] 20 m 55°23?58?N 10°20?47?E / 55.399473°N 10.346406°E / 55.399473; 10.346406
 Dominican Republic Juan Pablo Duarte Naco 333.33 m unknown concrete Outdoor lights, underpass, stadium 18°28?39?N 69°55?09?W / 18.477497°N 69.919199°W / 18.477497; -69.919199
 Ecuador José Luis Recalde Velodrome Quito 333.33 m unknown concrete Outdoor lights, stadium 2,797 m 0°12?49?S 78°29?13?W / 0.213648°S 78.486987°W / -0.213648; -78.486987
 Estonia Pirita Velodrome Tallinn 333.33 m 34° concrete Outdoor underpass, multi-use infield, lights, stadium 12 m 59°27?48?N 24°49?53?E / 59.463234°N 24.831527°E / 59.463234; 24.831527
 Finland Helsinki Velodrome Helsinki 400 m 37.5?/16? concrete Outdoor 11 m 60°12?10?N 24°56?35?E / 60.202837°N 24.943042°E / 60.202837; 24.943042
 Finland Turku Velodrome Turku 333.33 m unknown asphalt Outdoor 18 m 60°26?39?N 22°18?08?E / 60.444272°N 22.302112°E / 60.444272; 22.302112
 France Palais des Sports Grenoble 210.52 m 37° wood Indoor
 France Vélodrome de Vincennes Bois de Vincennes, Paris 500 m Outdoor built 1894. Tour de France finish from 1968 to 1974
 France Vélodrome du Lac Bordeaux 250 m wood Indoor
 France Vélodrome Roubaix (Vélodrome André-Pétrieux) Roubaix 499.75 m 31° concrete Outdoor Site of the finish of the spring classic Paris-Roubaix
 France Vélodrome Stablinksi Roubaix 250 m 45° wood Indoor Built in 2012[15]
 France Clermont Ferrand 500 m concrete
 France Vélodrome du Parc de la Tête d'Or Lyon 333.33 m 43° resin Outdoor
 France INSEP Paris 166,66 m wood Indoor
 France Vélodrome National de Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines Paris 250 m wood Indoor Will be venue for 2024 Summer Olympics
 France Vélodrome de Toulon-Provence-Méditerranée [fr] Hyères, Var 250 m wood Outdoor, track covered
 France Vélodrome Municipal de Dijon Dijon, Côte d'Or 250 m 45° resin Outdoor
 France Vélodrome Jean Jaurès Equeurdreville, Manche 400 m concrete Outdoor
 France Vélodrome Commandant Bouguin Rennes 403 m Outdoor
 France Vélodrome Amédée Détraux Baie-Mahault, Guadeloupe 333.33 m concrete Outdoor Hosted the 2014 UEC European Track Championships
 France Vélodrome Gabriel Chéfiare Saint-Denis, Reunion 333.33 m concrete Outdoor
 France Vélodrome de Fautaua Papeete, Tahiti 400 m concrete Outdoor
 Germany Andreasried Velodrome Erfurt 250 m concrete Outdoor, track covered Originally opened in 1885. Redeveloped in 2006-2007, converting the original 333.33 metre track to a 250 metre track and adding a roof.[16][17]
 Germany Badewanne Dudenhofen 250 m 42° concrete Outdoor
 Germany Radrennbahn Bielefeld 333.33 m 49° concrete Outdoor
 Germany Chemnitz Sportforum Velodrome Chemnitz 318 m concrete Outdoor
 Germany Cottbus Sport Centre Velodrome Cottbus 333.33 m concrete Outdoor, track covered
 Germany Eichwaldstadion Velodrome Schopp 450 m concrete Outdoor
 Germany Gäufelden 200 m wood Outdoor, fully covered
 Germany Gera Velodrome Gera 250 m concrete Outdoor
 Germany Isar-Radstadion Niederpöring 333.33 m concrete Outdoor
 Germany Mannheim Velodrome Mannheim 333.33 m concrete Outdoor
 Germany NRW-Leistungszentrum Kaarst-Büttgen 250 m wood Indoor
 Germany Oderlandhalle Frankfurt (Oder) 250 m wood Indoor Redeveloped in 2013-2014, converting the original 285,714 metre track to a 250 metre track.[18]
 Germany Albert Richter Bahn  [de] Köln 250 m 43° wood Outdoor, track covered
 Germany Reichelsdorfer Keller Nürnberg 400 m concrete Outdoor
 Germany Rosch-Kampfbahn Leipzig 400 m concrete Outdoor, track covered
 Germany Rostock Velodrome Rostock 250 m concrete Outdoor
 Germany RSG Augsburg 200 m wood Indoor
 Germany Schanzenberg-Bahn Saarbrücken 333.33 m concrete Outdoor not used
 Germany Solingen Velodrome Solingen 384.62 m concrete Outdoor
 Germany Stadthalle Bremen 166.66 m wood Indoor
 Germany Stellingen Hamburg 250 m concrete Outdoor, fully covered
 Germany VCD Darmstadt 333.33 m concrete Outdoor
 Germany Velodrom Berlin 250 m wood Indoor
 Greece Olympic Velodrome Kifisia, Athens 250 m 42? wood Indoor Originally built in 1991, for the Mediterranean Games. Refurbished and covered in order to host the 2004 Summer Olympics. Redesigned for the 2004 Olympics by Santiago Calatrava. 162 m 38°02?24?N 23°46?49?E / 38.040134°N 23.780321°E / 38.040134; 23.780321
 Greece Diagoras Velodrome Rodos 415 m unknown concrete Outdoor lights 16 m 36°26?18?N 28°13?41?E / 36.438224°N 28.228184°E / 36.438224; 28.228184
 Hong Kong Hong Kong Velodrome Tseung Kwan O New Town 250 m 41.9° wood Indoor built in 2013 22°18?48?N 114°15?44?E / 22.31331°N 114.26232°E / 22.31331; 114.26232
 Hungary Millenáris Sporttelep[19] Budapest 412 m unknown concrete Outdoor lights, underpass (2) 113 m 47°30?22?N 19°05?41?E / 47.506193°N 19.094761°E / 47.506193; 19.094761
 Hungary Tamási Track Tamási 400 m unknown concrete Outdoor 107 m 46°37?34?N 18°17?30?E / 46.626084°N 18.291624°E / 46.626084; 18.291624
 India Commonwealth Games Velodrome Indira Gandhi Sports Complex, New Delhi 250 m wood Indoor
 India Guru Nanak Dev University Cycling Velodrome Amritsar 333.33 m concrete Outdoor
 India NIS Velodrome Patiala 333.33 m concrete Outdoor
 India Osmania University Velodrome Hyderabad 333.33 m concrete Outdoor
 India Punjabi University Stadium Patiala 500 m concrete Outdoor
 India Veerangna Rani Durgawati Sports Complex Jabalpur Outdoor
 India Shree Shiv Chhatrapati Sports Complex velodrome Pune 333.33 m concrete Outdoor
 India Swai Maan Singh Sports Complex Cycling Velodrome Jaipur 333.33 m concrete Outdoor
 India LNCPE SAI Cycling Velodrome Trivendrium 333.33 m concrete Outdoor
 India SAI Sports Complex Cycling Velodrome Imphal, Manipur 333.33 m concrete Outdoor
 India National Games Sports Complex Cycling Velodrome Ranchi 333.33 m concrete Outdoor
 India National Games Sports Complex Cycling Velodrome Guwahati, Assam 333.33 m concrete Outdoor
 India PAU Sports Complex Cycling Velodrome Ludhiana, Punjab 333.33 m concrete Outdoor
 India Maharaja Karni Singh Stadium Bikaner, Rajasthan 500 m concrete Outdoor
 Indonesia Jakarta International Velodrome Rawamangun, Jakarta 250 m unknown concrete Indoor lights 5,5 m 6°11?28?S 106°53?25?E / 6.191085°S 106.890227°E / -6.191085; 106.890227
 Indonesia Munaip Saleh Memorial Velodrome Cisangkan, Bandung 333.33 m unknown concrete Outdoor 749 m 6°52?25?S 107°31?46?E / 6.873614°S 107.529339°E / -6.873614; 107.529339
 Iran Ahvaz 250 m concrete Outdoor, track covered [20] 38°01?47?N 46°17?34?E / 38.029643°N 46.292755°E / 38.029643; 46.292755
 Iran Azadi Velodrome[21] Tehran 333.33 m unknown concrete Outdoor overpass, underpass, stadium, lights 1,285 m 35°43?21?N 51°16?21?E / 35.722432°N 51.272563°E / 35.722432; 51.272563
 Iran Samen Mashhad 250 m concrete Outdoor, track covered [22] 1,050 m 36°17?24?N 59°35?49?E / 36.290131°N 59.596831°E / 36.290131; 59.596831
 Iran Tabriz Cycling Track Mashhad 250 m concrete Outdoor, track covered [23] 38°01?47?N 46°17?34?E / 38.029643°N 46.292755°E / 38.029643; 46.292755
 Ireland Eamonn Ceannt Stadium (Sundrive Road Track) Dublin 457.5 m tarmac Outdoor resurfaced 2009[24]
 Ireland Kanturk Velodrome Kanturk 250 m tarmac Outdoor
 Israel Sylvan Adams Velodrome Tel Aviv 250 m wood Indoor
 Italy Albricci Naples 600 m concrete Outdoor
 Italy Marco Polo Andora 150 m concrete Outdoor
 Italy Stadio Rino Mercante Bassano del Grappa 400 m concrete Outdoor Hosted the 1985 UCI Track Cycling World Championships
 Italy Busto Garolfo 385 m concrete Outdoor
 Italy Antonio Capone Marcianise 285 m concrete Outdoor
 Italy Nino Borsari Cavezzo 375 m concrete Outdoor
 Italy Bandiera Civitavecchia 465 m concrete Outdoor
 Italy Velodromo Comunale Dalmine 375 m concrete Outdoor
 Italy Giovanile Salesiano Donada 333.33 m concrete Outdoor
 Italy Fausto Coppi Turin 400 m concrete Outdoor
 Italy Enzo Sacchi Florence 333.33 m concrete Outdoor
 Italy Pacciarelli Fiorenzuola d'Arda 400 m concrete Outdoor
 Italy Forano 250 m concrete Outdoor
 Italy Glauco Servadei Forli 400 m concrete Outdoor
 Italy Carlini Genova 450 m concrete Outdoor
 Italy Guido Biondi Lanciano 400 m concrete Outdoor
 Italy Molinella 425 m concrete Outdoor
 Italy Montallese 325 m concrete Outdoor
 Italy Noto 350 m concrete Outdoor
 Italy Velodromo Paolo Borsellino Palermo 400 m concrete Outdoor Hosted 1994 UCI Track Cycling World Championships.
 Italy Stadio Tonino Benelli Pesaro 500 m concrete Outdoor Soccer stadium. Velodrome partially removed.
 Italy Pontecorvo 333.33 m concrete Outdoor
 Italy Ottavio Bottecchia Pordenone 400 m concrete Outdoor
 Italy Pier Giovanni Mecchia Portogruaro 395.80 m concrete Outdoor opened in 1947[25]
 Italy Quartu Sant Elena 333.33 m concrete Outdoor
 Italy Francone San Francesco al Campo 400 m concrete Outdoor
 Italy Velodromo Fassa Bortolo Montichiari, Brescia 250 m 43? wood Indoor Climate controlled. Opened 2010.[26]
 Italy Velodromo Lello Simeone Barletta 333.33 m concrete Outdoor
 Italy Velodromo Corrado Ardizzoni Cento, Ferrara 396.4 m concrete Outdoor
 Italy Velodromo Vigorelli Milan 397.27 m 42° wood Outdoor, track covered Hosted the UCI Track Cycling World Championships in 1939, 1951, 1955 and 1962. From 1935 to 1967, the hour record it was set exclusively at the Velodromo Vigorelli by nine different cyclists in 10 rides.
 Jamaica Independence Park Kingston 500 m concrete Outdoor
 Japan Akashi Velodrome Hyogo 400 m
 Japan Aomori Keirin Velodrome Aomori 400 m Outdoor
 Japan Beppu Keirin Velodrome Oita 400 m
 Japan Chiba Keirin Velodrome Chiba 500 m Outdoor
 Japan Fukui Keirin Velodrome Fukui 400 m
 Japan Gifu Keirin Velodrome Gifu 400 m
 Japan Hachinohe Velodrome Aomori 333.33 m
 Japan Hakodate Keirin Velodrome Hakodate 400 m Outdoor
 Japan Hiratsuka Keirin Velodrome Kanagawa 400 m
 Japan Hiroshima Keirin Velodrome Hiroshima 400 m
 Japan Hofu Keirin Velodrome Yamaguchi 333.33 m
 Japan Ichinomiya Keirin Velodrome Aichi 400 m
 Japan Ito Keirin Velodrome Shizuoka 333.33 m
 Japan Iwaki Taira Keirin Velodrome Fukushima 400 m Outdoor
 Japan Izumisaki International Cycle Stadium Fukushima 333.33 m
 Japan Izu Velodrome Shizuoka 250 m 45° wood Indoor Approved for use in 2020 Summer Olympics for now.
 Japan Japan Cycle Sports Centre Shizuoka 400 m Outdoor
 Japan Kagetsu-en Keirin Velodrome Kanagawa 400 m Outdoor Closed on March 31, 2010.
 Japan Kanonji Keirin Velodrome Kagawa 400 m
 Japan Kansai Cycle Sports Centre Osaka 400 m
 Japan Karigane Velodrome Nagano 333.33 m
 Japan Kawasaki Keirin Velodrome Kanagawa 400 m Outdoor
 Japan Keiokaku Keirin Velodrome Tokyo 400 m Outdoor
 Japan Kishiwada Keirin Velodrome Osaka 400 m
 Japan Kochi Keirin Velodrome Kochi 500 m
 Japan Kokura Keirin Velodrome Fukuoka 400 m Indoor
 Japan Komatsushima Keirin Velodrome Tokushima 400 m
 Japan Kumamoto Keirin Velodrome Kumamoto 500 m
 Japan Kurayoshi City Velodrome Tottori 333.33 m
 Japan Maebashi Keirin Velodrome Gunma 335 m Indoor
 Japan Matsudo Keirin Velodrome Chiba 333.33 m Outdoor
 Japan Matsuyama Keirin Velodrome Ehime 500 m
 Japan Matusaka Keirin Velodrome Mie 400 m
 Japan Moji Keirin Velodrome Fukuoka 500 m
 Japan Mukomachi Keirin Velodrome Kyoto 400 m
 Japan Nara Keirin Velodrome Nara 333.33 m
 Japan Nagoya Keirin Velodrome Aichi 400 m
 Japan Nejime Velodrome Kagoshima 400 m
 Japan Nihon Keirin Gakko Shizuoka 333.33 m Outdoor
 Japan Nihon Keirin Gakko Shizuoka 400 m Outdoor
 Japan Odawara Keirin Velodrome Kanagawa 333.33 m
 Japan Ogaki Keirin Velodrome Gifu 400 m
 Japan Omiya Keirin Velodrome Saitama 500 m Outdoor
 Japan Ota City Velodrome Shimane 333.33 m
 Japan Otsu Keirin Velodrome Shiga 500 m
 Japan Prefectural Management Velodrome Miyagi 400 m
 Japan Prefectural Management Park Velodrome Okinawa 333.33 m
 Japan Rokugo Velodrome Akita 500 m
 Japan Sakaigawa Velodrome Yamanashi 400 m
 Japan Sasebo Keirin Velodrome Nagasaki 400 m
 Japan Seibu-en Keirin Velodrome Saitama 400 m Outdoor
 Japan Shinjyo Cycle Sports Centre Yamagata 400 m
 Japan Shiwa Velodrome Iwate 333.33 m
 Japan Shizuoka Keirin Velodrome Shizuoka 400 m
 Japan Tachikawa Keirin Velodrome Tokyo 400 m Outdoor
 Japan Taiwa City Velodrome Miyagi 333.33 m
 Japan Takamatsu Keirin Velodrome Kagawa 400 m
 Japan Takeo Keirin Velodrome Saga 400 m
 Japan Tamano Keirin Velodrome Okayama 400 m
 Japan Tokyo Dome Stadium Tokyo 400 m
 Japan Toride Keirin Velodrome Ibaraki 400 m Outdoor
 Japan Toyama Keirin Velodrome Toyama 333.33 m
 Japan Toyohashi Keirin Velodrome Aichi 400 m
 Japan Uchinada Velodrome Ishikawa 400 m
 Japan Utsunomiya Keirin Velodrome Tochigi 500 m Outdoor
 Japan Wakayama Keirin Velodrome Wakayama 400 m
 Japan Yahiko Keirin Velodrome Niigata 400 m Outdoor
 Japan Yokkaichi Keirin Velodrome Mie 400 m
 Kazakhstan Saryarka Velodrome[27] Astana 250 m 44°/13.5° wood Indoor 349 m
 Libya Al Madina Tripoli 400 m unknown concrete Outdoor lights 5 m 32°53?18?N 13°09?55?E / 32.888306°N 13.165293°E / 32.888306; 13.165293
 Lithuania Cido Arena Panevys 250 m unknown wood Indoor 12 m 55°44?00?N 24°20?21?E / 55.733400°N 24.339162°E / 55.733400; 24.339162
 Lithuania Klaip?da 333.33 m unknown concrete Outdoor lights 12 m 55°43?57?N 21°08?04?E / 55.732363°N 21.134546°E / 55.732363; 21.134546
 Malaysia Velodrome Kuala Lumpur Kuala Lumpur 330 m unknown concrete Outdoor underpass. Will be demolished after velodrome national build 61 m 3°06?41?N 101°43?43?E / 3.111342°N 101.728571°E / 3.111342; 101.728571
 Malaysia Velodrome Rakyat Ipoh 250 m unknown wood Outdoor painted, underpass, lights 51 m 4°36?33?N 101°06?03?E / 4.609273°N 101.100867°E / 4.609273; 101.100867
 Malaysia National Velodrome Nilai Nilai 250 m unknown wood Indoor 2°50?34?N 101°47?11?E / 2.842647°N 101.786346°E / 2.842647; 101.786346
 Mexico Aguascalientes Bicentenary Velodrome Aguascalientes 250 m 41?/12? wood Indoor Designed by Peter Junek. Hosted the 2010 Pan American Track Championships[28][29] 1887 m
 Mexico Radamés Treviño Velodrome Monterrey 333.33 m concrete Outdoor[30]
 Mexico State Sports Institute Velodrome Aguascalientes 333.33 m 34? concrete Outdoor Not in use, cracked track surface[31]
 Mexico Velodromo Agustín Melgar Mexico City 333.33 m 39? concrete Outdoor 6,800 spectator capacity. Built for the 1968 Summer Olympics[32][33]. Builted in wood, converted in concrete later. 2260 m
 Mexico Velódromo Panamericano Guadalajara 250 m 39?/12? wood Indoor Designed by Peter Junek; used for the 2011 Pan American Games[34] 1550 m
 Mexico Centro Deportivo Mexico City 400 m concrete
 Mexico Lopez Mateos Guadalajara 400 m concrete
 Mexico Velodromo Gobierno De Baja California Sur La Paz 333.33 m concrete
 Mexico Leon 333.33 m concrete
 Mexico Los Cabos 250 m concrete
 Mexico Centro de Alto Rendimiento de Baja California (CAR) Tijuana 250 m 39?/12? wood Outdoor[35] 20 m
 Morocco Casablanca 333.33 m unknown concrete Outdoor underpass 30 m 33°35?21?N 7°38?44?W / 33.589301°N 7.645600°W / 33.589301; -7.645600
 Netherlands Omnisport Apeldoorn Apeldoorn 250 m unknown wood Indoor Designed by FaulknerBrowns Architects. Hosted 2011 and 2018 UCI Track Cycling World Championships 10 m 52°12?33?N 5°59?51?E / 52.209286°N 5.997509°E / 52.209286; 5.997509
 Netherlands Sportpaleis Alkmaar Alkmaar 250 m unknown wood Indoor 0 m 52°38?05?N 4°43?00?E / 52.634669°N 4.716645°E / 52.634669; 4.716645
 Netherlands Velodrome Amsterdam 200 m 49 wood Indoor 1 m 52°20?23?N 4°48?28?E / 52.339600°N 4.807748°E / 52.339600; 4.807748
 Netherlands Laco sportcentrum Glanerbrook[36] Geleen 500 m unknown concrete Outdoor
 Netherlands Regionaal Wielercentrum Noord Assen 200 m unknown wood Outdoor There are plans for a semi-Indoor roof 10 m
 New Caledonia Magenta Aérodrome Nouméa 333.33 m unknown concrete Outdoor lights 14 m 22°15?51?S 166°28?04?E / 22.264120°S 166.467716°E / -22.264120; 166.467716
 New Zealand Denton Park Christchurch 400 m concrete Outdoor used for the 1974 British Commonwealth Games
 New Zealand Avantidrome Cambridge 250 m wood Indoor [37]
 New Zealand Invercargill ILT Velodrome Invercargill 250 m wood Indoor Built for city of Invercargill, New Zealand. Hosted the 2012 UCI Juniors Track World Championships. Used for Oceania Championships, National Champs. Major sponsor: Invercargill Licensing Trust
 New Zealand Laurie Roberts Velodrome Levin 450 m 15 degrees (?) Asphalt Outdoor lights
 New Zealand Manukau Velodrome Auckland 285.714 m concrete Outdoor used for the 1990 Commonwealth Games
 New Zealand Nelson 512 m? Outdoor
 New Zealand Rotorua Velodrome Rotorua 333.33 m concrete Outdoor Built by the cycling clubs of Rotorua, New Zealand
 New Zealand Seddon Park Velodrome Dunedin 250 m concrete Outdoor
 New Zealand Te Awamutu Velodrome 450 m Outdoor
 New Zealand Temuka 400 m Outdoor
 New Zealand Timaru 400 m Outdoor
 New Zealand Tinwald Ashburton 400 m Outdoor
 New Zealand Waimate Waimate 400 m Outdoor
 New Zealand Trust Bank Velodrome Wanganui 250 m wood Outdoor Built in 1995 by Ron Webb.
 New Zealand Wellington Velodrome Wellington 333.33 m concrete Outdoor
 New Zealand Athletic Park Blenheim 450 m asphalt Outdoor
 Nigeria Abuja Velodrome Abuja 250 m 42°/12° concrete Outdoor, fully covered 486 m 9°02?21?N 7°27?26?E / 9.039207°N 7.457251°E / 9.039207; 7.457251
 Pakistan Quaid e Azam International Cycling Velodrome Lahore 333.33 m 42° concrete Outdoor 207 m 31°30?43?N 74°19?48?E / 31.511995°N 74.330070°E / 31.511995; 74.330070
 Peru Velodrome Cerro Juli Arequipa 333.33 m unknown concrete Outdoor underpass, lights 2,295 m 16°25?51?S 71°32?46?W / 16.430896°S 71.546189°W / -16.430896; -71.546189
 Peru National Velodrome La Videna Lima 250 m 48° wood Outdoor underpass 177 m 12°04?47?S 76°59?57?W / 12.079698°S 76.999126°W / -12.079698; -76.999126
 Peru Velodrome Chiclayo- Colegio San José Chiclayo 200 m 48° wood Outdoor underpass 177 m
 Peru Velodrome Puente del Ejército Puente del Ejército Lima 250 m unknown concrete Outdoor underpass 127 m 12°02?23?S 77°02?41?W / 12.039646°S 77.044733°W / -12.039646; -77.044733
 Philippines Amoranto Velodrome Quezon City 400 m unknown concrete Outdoor painted, lights, underpass 22 m 14°37?48?N 121°01?24?E / 14.629886°N 121.023292°E / 14.629886; 121.023292
 Poland BG? Arena Pruszków 250 m 42° wood Indoor Hosted 2009 UCI Track Cycling World Championships 92 m 52°09?49?N 20°49?18?E / 52.163591°N 20.821674°E / 52.163591; 20.821674
 Poland Welodrom im. Wernera Józefa Grundmanna Wroc?aw 200 m unknown concrete Outdoor 116 m 51°09?27?N 17°01?47?E / 51.157512°N 17.029855°E / 51.157512; 17.029855
 Poland Orze? Warsaw 333.33 m unknown concrete Outdoor disrepair 83 m 52°15?04?N 21°04?22?E / 52.251002°N 21.072798°E / 52.251002; 21.072798
 Poland Szafera Szczecin 400 m unknown concrete Outdoor, track covered 31 m 53°27?33?N 14°29?51?E / 53.459113°N 14.497490°E / 53.459113; 14.497490
 Poland Spo?em ?ód? 402 m unknown concrete Outdoor 213 m 51°46?53?N 19°28?17?E / 51.781481°N 19.471492°E / 51.781481; 19.471492
 Poland KTK Kalisz Kalisz 500 m unknown concrete Outdoor 104 m 51°45?30?N 18°06?03?E / 51.758385°N 18.100713°E / 51.758385; 18.100713
 Poland GK ?yrardów ?yrardów 330 m unknown concrete Outdoor 111 m 52°03?24?N 20°25?33?E / 52.056770°N 20.425921°E / 52.056770; 20.425921
 Portugal Pista de Alpiarça Alpiarça 400 m 38,6º concrete Outdoor
 Portugal Pista da Malveira Malveira 406 m asphalt Outdoor
 Portugal Sangalhos National Velodrome Sangalhos, Anadia Municipality 250 m 42° wood Indoor designed by Peter Junek
 Puerto Rico Velodromo Panamericano Coamo City 333.33 m 48° Concrete Outdoor
 Romania Bucarest 400 m concrete
 Russia Krylatskoe Velodrome Moscow 333.33 m 42? wood Indoor Built in 1979 as venue for 1980 Summer Olympics.
 Russia Lokosfinks Velodrome St. Petersburg 250 m wood Indoor Built 2007-2008.
 Russia Omsk Velotrack Omsk 250 m wood Indoor Built 2013-2014.
 Slovenia Velodrom Novo Mesto Novo Mesto 250 m wood Outdoor
 South Africa Bellville Velodrome Cape Town 250 m 43° concrete Indoor
 South Africa Cyril Geoghegan Cycle Stadium Durban 433 m 42° concrete Outdoor
 South Africa Hector Norris Velodrome Johannesburg 460 m concrete Outdoor
 South Africa Pilditch Stadium Pretoria 250 m 47° concrete Outdoor
 South Africa Westbourne Oval Port Elizabeth 500 m concrete Outdoor
 South Africa Alexandra Park Pietermaritzburg 460 m 25° concrete Outdoor
 South Korea Changwon Velodrome Changwon 250 m wood Indoor
 South Korea Gwangmyeong Speedom Gwangmyeong 333.33 m 34°/4° asphalt concrete Indoor
 South Korea Incheon Velodrome Incheon 333.33 m Outdoor
 South Korea Olympic Velodrome Seoul 333.33 m 38°/10° wood Outdoor Constructed for the 1988 Summer Olympics. Seating capacity of 6,322.[38]
 Spain Velódromo de Anoeta San Sebastián 285.714 m concrete Indoor Built in 1965. 5,500 spectator capacity. Also known as Belodromoa. Hosted two times the UCI Track Cycling World Championships (1965, 1973)
 Spain Velòdrom d'Horta Barcelona 250 m wood Outdoor Built in 1984. Used in 1992 Summer Olympics. Designed by Esteve Bonell and Francesc Rius.
 Spain Velódromo Luis Puig Valencia 250 m concrete Indoor Painted. Built in 1992. 6,500 spectator capacity.
 Spain Palma Arena Palma de Mallorca 250 m 43°/15° wood Indoor Built in 2007. 5,000 spectator capacity.
 Spain Velodromo Municipal Posadas 250 m concrete Outdoor
 Spain Velódromo de Galapagar Madrid 250 m resin Indoor
 Spain Velódromo de Mataró Mataró 200 m Outdoor
 Sweden YA Arena Falun 190 m 50° wood Indoor Designed by Peter Junek, Sweden's first Indoor velodrome since 1927. Sweden had 7 in 1905. And there is still a disused velodrome in Trelleborg that was used between 1976 and 1990. UPDATE: During 2016 the Trelleborg velodrome was refurbished.[39]
  Switzerland Vélodrome de Genève - Piste Tony Rominger Geneva 166.66 m 56° wood Indoor Refurbished in 2014[40]
  Switzerland Oerlikon Velodrome [fr] Zürich 333.33 m 44.8° concrete with multip Outdoor Hosted six times the UCI Track Cycling World Championships (1929, 1936, 1946, 1953, 1961, 1983)
  Switzerland Hallenstadion Zurich 200 m wood Indoor
  Switzerland Centre Mondial du Cyclisme Aigle 200 m 46.7° wood Indoor
  Switzerland Velodrome Suisse Grenchen 250 m 46° wood Indoor Jens Voigt set the hour record here.[41][42] Hosted the 2015 UEC European Track Championships.
 Thailand Suphan Buri Velodrome Suphan Buri 333.33 m concrete Outdoor
 Thailand Chiang Mai Velodrome Chiang Mai 333.33 m concrete Outdoor
 Thailand Hua Mark Velodrome Bangkok 333.33 m concrete Outdoor
 Thailand Nakon Ratchisima Velodrome Korat 333.33 m concrete Outdoor
 Trinidad and Tobago Arima Velodrome Arima 450 m unknown concrete Outdoor lights 62.817 m 10°38?14?N 61°17?03?W / 10.637142°N 61.284243°W / 10.637142; -61.284243
 Trinidad and Tobago Skinner Park San Fernando, Trinidad and Tobago 400 m unknown concrete Outdoor lights 7.767 m 10°16?01?N 61°27?39?W / 10.267056°N 61.460705°W / 10.267056; -61.460705
 Trinidad and Tobago Palo Seco Velodrome Palo Seco unknown concrete Outdoor lights 16.954 m 10°05?04?N 61°36?05?W / 10.084543°N 61.601519°W / 10.084543; -61.601519
 Trinidad and Tobago Irwin Park Sporting Complex Siparia 333.33 m unknown concrete Outdoor lights 64.620 m 10°08?42?N 61°30?21?W / 10.145067°N 61.505848°W / 10.145067; -61.505848
 Trinidad and Tobago National Cycling Velodrome Couva 250 m 42° wood Indoor 32.382 m 10°25?37?N 61°24?57?W / 10.426881°N 61.415937°W / 10.426881; -61.415937
 Turkmenistan Welotrek sport toplumy in Olympic Village Ashgabat 250 m 40° wood Indoor Designed by Peter Junek
 United Arab Emirates Zayed Velodrome Sharjah 250 m 42° concrete Outdoor 35 m 25°18?57?N 55°31?20?E / 25.315786°N 55.522188°E / 25.315786; 55.522188
 England Aldersley Track Aldersley, Wolverhampton 458.56 m 22.5° asphalt Outdoor [43]
 England Bournemouth Cycle Centre Bournemouth, Dorset 250 m tarmac Outdoor Opened June 2011[44]
 England Calshot Velodrome Calshot (near Southampton) 142.857 m 45?/20? wood Indoor Short steeply banked track housed inside an old aircraft hangar, the original track was longer.[45] Track was rebuilt with a wooden surface by Ron Webb in 1996.
 England Derby Arena Derby 250 m 42° wood Indoor Velodrome and sports arena designed by FaulknerBrowns Architects. Opened in March 2015.
 England Forest Town Welfare Mansfield, Nottinghamshire 402 m 10? tarmac Outdoor Built in 1908, the track has 4 bankings, built in a rectangle shape around the football pitch.[46]
 England Gosling Sports Park Welwyn Garden City 460.95 m asphalt Outdoor
 England Herne Hill Velodrome London 450 m 30° tarmac Outdoor A track in a shallow concrete bowl, constructed in 1891. Centenary rebuild by Ron Webb, concrete, completed 1992. Resurfaced in tarmac in 2011.
 England London Velopark Leyton, east London 250 m 42? wood Indoor Constructed for the 2012 Olympic Games
 England Long View Leisure Huyton Knowsley, Merseyside 400 m Outdoor
 England Lyme Valley Stadium[47] Newcastle-under-Lyme, Staffordshire 400.05 m[48] asphalt Outdoor
 England Manchester Velodrome Manchester 250 m 42° wood Indoor National Cycling Centre and home of British cycling,[49] designed by FaulknerBrowns Architects and built in 1994. Hosted 2000 and 2008 UCI Track Cycling World Championships
 England Middlesbrough Sports Village Middlesbrough 250 m tarmac Outdoor Opened September 2015[50]
 England Halesowen Velodrome Halesowen, West Midlands 400 m asphalt Outdoor Opened 1947[51]
 England The Mountbatten Centre Portsmouth 535.6 m asphalt Outdoor D shape track - two partial bends into a banked straight and flat D shaped loop
 England Palmer Park Stadium Reading 459.15 m asphalt Outdoor
 England Poole Park Track Poole, Dorset 534 m tarmac
 England Preston Park Brighton, East Sussex 579.03 m tarmac Outdoor Built in 1877, the oldest velodrome in the UK

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 England Quibell Park Stadium Scunthorpe 485.06 m asphalt Outdoor [53]
 England Roundhay Park Leeds, West Yorkshire soil and grass Grasstrack
 England Richmondshire Velodrome Richmond, North Yorkshire 364 m grass Built 1892, a banked velodrome covered with grass. It is used for league races through the summer and hosts national grass track meetings.
 England York Sport Velodrome York, North Yorkshire 250 m 30° tarmac Outdoor Opened in July 2014 to coincide with the Tour de France 2014.
 Scotland Caird Park Dundee 402.34 m concrete Outdoor
 Scotland Sir Chris Hoy Velodrome Glasgow 250 m 45? wood Indoor Opened October 2012
 Scotland Meadowbank Velodrome Edinburgh 250 m wood Outdoor Built in 1985, used in the 1986 Commonwealth Games
 Wales Carmarthen Park Carmarthen 405.38 m concrete Outdoor Built 1900, oldest concrete velodrome in the world in continuous use[54]
 Wales Maindy Stadium Cardiff 459.37 m 25? concrete Outdoor Uused in the 1958 British Empire and Commonwealth Games
 Wales Newport Velodrome Newport 250 m 42? wood Indoor Welsh National Velodrome opened in 2003
Northern Ireland Tommy Givan Track Orangefield, Belfast 396 m tarmac Outdoor Orangefield Track opened 1957, renamed Tommy Givan Track in 1981[55]
 United States Olympic Training Center Velodrome Colorado Springs, Colorado 333.33 m 33? concrete Outdoor Covered during winter from 2015.[56] Built in 1982 in preparation for the 1984 Olympics in LA.[57] 1840 m 38°49?45?N 104°47?50?W / 38.8292°N 104.7973°W / 38.8292; -104.7973
 United States Cleveland Velodrome[58] Cleveland, Ohio 166.66 m wood Outdoor Built in 2012
 United States Major Taylor Velodrome Indianapolis, Indiana 333.33 m 28? / 9? concrete Outdoor 28 degree banked turns, 9 degree straights. Hosted many national and international competitions, including the 1987 Pan American Games.[59] 39°49?17?N 86°11?58?W / 39.8215°N 86.1995°W / 39.8215; -86.1995
 United States National Sports Center Velodrome Blaine, Minnesota (near Minneapolis) 250 m 43? wood Outdoor Built in 1990.[60]
 United States The Alkek Velodrome Houston, Texas 333.33 m 33? concrete Outdoor Built 1986.[61]
 United States Alpenrose Velodrome Portland, Oregon 268.43 m 43? concrete Outdoor Originally built to host the 1967 National Championships.[62]
 United States Dick Lane Velodrome East Point, Georgia (near Atlanta) 321.8 m 36? concrete Outdoor Built 1972.[63]
 United States Asheville Velodrome Asheville, North Carolina 500 m 4-8? asphalt Outdoor Converted from race car track in 2001.[64]
 United States Baton Rouge Velodrome Baton Rouge, Louisiana 333.33 m concrete Outdoor Re-opened March 2010 after extensive renovation
 United States The Velodrome at Bloomer Park Rochester Hills, Michigan (near Detroit) 200 m 44? wood Outdoor Built in 2002[65]
 United States Lexus Velodrome Detroit, Michigan 166.66 m 50? wood Indoor Built in 2017.[66]
 United States Boulder Valley Velodrome Erie, Colorado 250 m 41? wood Outdoor Construction began in 2012. Opening January 1, 2015.[67]
 United States Brian Piccolo Velodrome Cooper City, Florida (near Fort Lauderdale) 333.33 m
200 m
30?/>10? concrete Outdoor Two tracks: one competitive and one recreational.[68]
 United States Encino Velodrome[69] Encino, Los Angeles, California 250 m 28? concrete Outdoor
 United States Ed Rudolph Velodrome Northbrook, Illinois (near Chicago) 382 m 18? epoxy on concrete Outdoor Built 1959, renovated 2004
 United States Garden State Velodrome Wall, New Jersey 400 m 33? / 15? asphalt Outdoor 33 degree banked turns, 15 degree straights. Term when Wall Township Speedway is used for cycling, Built in 1950.[70][71]
 United States Hellyer Park Velodrome[72] San Jose, California (San Francisco Bay Area) 335 m 23? concrete Outdoor
 United States Idaho Velodrome and Cycling Park[73] Eagle, Idaho concrete
 United States Kissena Park Velodrome Flushing, Queens, New York City 400 m asphalt Outdoor Built in 1962, resurfaced in 2004.[74][75]
 United States VELO Sports Center Carson, California (near Los Angeles) 250 m 45? wood Indoor Built in 2004.[76] Siberian pine. First and only permanent Indoor track of international standard in United States. Will be venue for 2028 Summer Olympics.[77]
 United States Jerry Baker Memorial Velodrome (formerly Marymoor Velodrome) Redmond, Washington (near Seattle) 400 m 25? concrete Outdoor Built 1974, resurfaced 2005.[78]
 United States Northeast Velodrome Londonderry, New Hampshire 333.33 m 14? asphalt Outdoor Runs events on Tuesday (Mass Start Racing), Thursday (Timed Events), Saturday (Structured Training and Open Track) and Sunday (Omnium). Re-opened in 2017
 United States Penrose Park St. Louis, Missouri 322 m 28? asphalt Outdoor Built 1962, resurfaced in 1984 and 2005[79]
 United States San Diego Velodrome San Diego, California 333.33 m 27? asphalt on concrete Outdoor Built 1976,[80] resurfaced in 2016[81] 32°44?13?N 117°08?26?W / 32.7370°N 117.1406°W / 32.7370; -117.1406
 United States The Superdrome[82] Frisco, Texas (near Dallas) 250 m 44? wood Outdoor No longer open.
 United States Valley Preferred Cycling Center Breinigsville, Pennsylvania 333.33 m 28-30? / 12.5? concrete Outdoor Built 1975 as Lehigh County Velodrome, renovated 1995.[83] 30-degree banked turns and 12.5-degree straightaways.
 United States Washington Park Velodrome Kenosha, Wisconsin 333.33 m 27? concrete Outdoor Built in 1927. Renovated in 2016[84]
 United States Giordana Velodrome[85] Rock Hill, South Carolina (Charlotte, NC region) 250 m 42.5?/17° concrete Outdoor 206 m 34°58?35?N 80°58?41?W / 34.9764°N 80.9780°W / 34.9764; -80.9780
 Uruguay Paysandu 333.33 m concrete
 Uruguay Americo Ricaldoni Montevideo 333.33 m concrete Outdoor Hosted partly the 1968 UCI Track Cycling World Championships
 Uzbekistan Tashkent 333.33 m concrete
 Venezuela Polideportivo Libertaor Coro 333.33 m concrete
 Venezuela La Paragua Cuidad Bolivar 333.33 m concrete
 Venezuela Urbanizacion Tiuna Maracay 333.33 m concrete
 Venezuela Velódromo José de Jesús Mora Figueroa San Cristobal 333.33 m concrete Outdoor
 Venezuela Teo Capriles Caracas 333.33 m 40°/10° concrete Outdoor
 Venezuela Maximo Romero Valencia 333.33 m concrete Outdoor

Velodromes no longer in use

Velodrome Location Length Banking Surface Notes Altitude
 Argentina
Buenos Aires Municipal Buenos Aires 333 m or 1,093 ft
Gen. Belgrano Park Velodrome Salta 333 m or 1,093 ft
Luna Park Buenos Aires
Don Pedro Milanese Velodrome
Formosa 333 m
 Azerbaijan
Baku Velodrome Baku 333 m or 1,093 ft concrete
 Brazil
Barra Velodrome Rio de Janeiro, Nelson Piquet International Autodrome 250 m wood indoor. Built for the 2007 Pan American Games. Demolished in 2013 5 m
 Canada
China Creek Velodrome Vancouver 245 m or 804 ft 42? wood Outdoor track. Built for the 1954 British Empire and Commonwealth Games. Rebuilt 1973. Demolished 1980.
Olympic Velodrome (Montreal) Montreal 285 m or 935 ft 48? wood Indoor track. Built for the 1976 Summer Olympics. Converted into the Montreal Biodome in 1989.
Vélodrome de Queen's Park Verdun, Montreal wood Hosted the 1899 ICA Track Cycling World Championships.[86]
Vélodrome Louis Garneau Quebec City Demolished in November 2007
Winnipeg Velodrome Winnipeg, Manitoba 400 m or 1,300 ft 38? concrete Built for the 1967 Pan-American Games, demolished 1998
 Czech Republic
Pardubice Pardubice 500 m or 1,640 ft concrete Outdoor track. Built 1931, Schurmann design. Renovated 1974.
 Georgia
Tbilisi Central Velodrome Tbilisi 220 m or 722 ft concrete Outdoor track
Tbilisi Velodrome Tbilisi 400 m or 1,312 ft wood Outdoor track
 Germany
Olympiahalle München 285 m or 935 ft wood Built for 1972 Olympic Games, demolished 2015.
Hanns-Martin-Schleyer-Halle Stuttgart 285.714 m wood Palace still in place but track removed (not available anymore)
Westfalenhallen Dortmund 200 m or 660 ft indoor Palace still in place but track removed (not available anymore)
Wuelfel Hannover 333 m or 1,093 ft 49° wood Outdoor. Still existing, but no longer in use
 France
Parc des Princes Paris 666 m or 2,185 ft egg shape / 454 m or 1,490 ft oval Built 1897. Tour de France finish from its beginning in 1903. Track reduced in size in 1924 for Olympic Games. Track demolished 1967.
Vélodrome Buffalo Neuilly-sur-Seine
Vélodrome d'hiver Paris 333 m or 1,093 ft Built in 1902, in the Salles des Machines which had previously housed the industrial display of the Exposition Universelle (1900). Used to hold thousands of Jews who were victims of a mass arrest during the Nazi occupation in 1942. The velodrome was partly destroyed by fire and the building subsequently demolished in 1959.
Vélodrome de la Seine Levallois-Perret Owned by Adolphe Clément from circa 1893-1900
 Hong Kong
Hong Kong Sports Institute Sha Tin Demolished 2009.[87]
 Ireland
Goff Cycle Track Waterford, Ireland 400 m or 1,312 ft cinder and tarmac Outdoor track, donated to the People's Park in Waterford City by Sir W. G. D. Goff. Still exists but is covered in grass.[88]
 Italy
Olympic Velodrome Rome 400 m or 1,300 ft 37.27° / 9.55° Cameroonian doussie Outdoor track. Built in 1957-1960. Demolished in 2008 due to inactivity.[89][90]
Palazzo dello Sport Milan Indoor track in the Palazzo dello Sport. Built in November 1923, and possibly a removable installation.[91]
Palasport di San Siro Milan Indoor track. Built in 1970-1976. Demolished in 1988 due to inactivity.
 South Africa
Western Holdings Welkom, South Africa 485 m or 1,591 ft 25° concrete Once the most popular track in the country. Facilities destroyed in a hurricane in 1991 and never rebuilt again.
President Steyn Mine Track Welkom, South Africa 485 m or 1,591 ft 25° concrete Still existing, but no longer in use
Harmony Gold Mine Track Virginia, South Africa 485 m or 1,591 ft 25° concrete Still existing, but no longer in use
 Spain
Tirador Palma de Mallorca 333.33 m or 1,093.6 ft concrete Outdoor track. Built in 1903, closed in 1973. Still existing, but no longer in use.
  Switzerland
Pontaise Lausanne 250 m or 820 ft concrete No more in activity since 2011
 United Kingdom
 England
Bootle Stadium Bootle, Merseyside [92]
Butts Stadium Coventry, West Midlands 402 m or 1,319 ft asphalt Built in 1879, fell out of use in the 1990s[93]
Catford Track Catford 536 m or 1,759 ft concrete [94][95]
Fallowfield Stadium Fallowfield, Manchester 509 yards (465 m) 30? shale, later concrete Opened May 1892. Was renamed the Reg Harris Stadium in 1955.[96] Demolished in 1994.
Gypsies Green South Shields, Tyne and Wear 401 m or 1,316 ft asphalt Semi-derelict
Harlow Track Harlow, Essex 197 m or 646 ft 45? wood Opened 11 September 1976, closed 3 November 1993[97]
Harvey Hadden Stadium Bilborough Park, Nottingham 460 m or 1,509 ft tarmac Closed 2003[98]
Kirkby Sports Centre Kirkby, Merseyside 485 m or 1,591 ft asphalt Built 1964. Last used 29 August 2007, demolished.[99]
North London Cycling Track Wood Green, London 459 m or 1,506 ft [95][100]
Paddington Recreation Ground Maida Vale, London concrete Demolished in 1987 to make way for a dog fouling area.[95]
Putney Velodrome Putney, London 358 m or 1,175 ft concrete Opened 1 August 1891[95][101]
Saffron Lane sports centre Leicester, Leicestershire 333 m or 1,093 ft 37? wood Used for World Championships in 1970 and 1984 and national championships from the 1970s to the 1990s. Earlier plastic-coated concrete track given wood surface in 1978, fell into disrepair due to lack of funds after major events were moved to newly opened Manchester velodrome.[102]
Salford Stadium Birmingham 402 m or 1,319 ft tarmac Opened 11 July 1951[103]
Southampton Velodrome Southampton
Memorial Athletic Grounds West Ham, London [95][104]
Kensal Rise, London [95]
LNWR Sports Ground Wolverton, Milton Keynes Hard track in use in the 1950s. Last visible derelict sections demolished circa 2009.[105]
 Scotland
Grangemouth Sports Stadium Grangemouth, Falkirk Circa 1966-1996
Celtic Park Glasgow Circa 1892-early 20th century. Celtic Park hosted the 1897 World Cycling Championships.
 Wales
Taff Vale Park Treforest, Rhondda Cynon Taff Built before 1908, banking still exists covered in grass, surrounding a playing field behind Broadway[106]
 Isle of Man
Nivison Stadium Onchan, Isle of Man 400 m or 1,312 ft asphalt Outdoor track, built 1951[107]
 Northern Ireland
Wallace Park Lisburn Opened in 1953. Fell into disrepair, partially demolished[55]
 United States
Boulder Indoor Cycling Boulder, Colorado 142 m or 466 ft 45 wood Opened December 2008; ceased operations April 2012.[108] The velodrome was disassembled.
Dorais Velodrome Detroit, Michigan 325 m or 1,066 ft 24?/8? concrete Outdoor track, completed 1969, hosted National Championships in 1969[109][110]
Chicago Velo Campus Chicago, Illinois 166 m or 545 ft Outdoor interim track, built in 2011. Permanently closed in July 2016.[111]
Olympic Velodrome Carson, California 333.3 m or 1,094 ft concrete Outdoor track, built for the 1984 Summer Olympics. Completed in 1981. Seating for 2,500 spectators. Demolished in 2003 and replaced with the StubHub Center, including the ADT Event Center (AKA LA Velodrome).[112]
Stone Mountain Velodrome Stone Mountain Park, Georgia 250 m or 820 ft 42?/13? polymer-wood Outdoor track, built for the 1996 Summer Olympics.[113] The velodrome site was restored to a songbird habitat in 2003.[114]

List of oldest cycling tracks and velodromes

N. Velodrome City Year Length Surface Notes In Use Location
1 Preston Park Velodrome[115] Brighton, East Sussex, England 1877 579.03 m tarmac outdoor Yes 50°30?10?N 0°05?07?E / 50.5029°N 00.0852°E / 50.5029; 00.0852
2 Herne Hill Velodrome[116] London, England 1891 450 m tarmac outdoor Yes 51°16?13?N 0°03?10?E / 51.2704°N 00.0529°E / 51.2704; 00.0529
3 Richmondshire Velodrome Richmond, North Yorkshire, England 1892 364 m grass outdoor Yes 54°24?18?N 1°44?27?E / 54.404998°N 01.740925°E / 54.404998; 01.740925
4 Vélodrome de Vincennes[] Bois de Vincennes, Paris, France 1894 500 m concrete outdoor Yes 48°29?36?N 2°14?39?E / 48.4934°N 02.2441°E / 48.4934; 02.2441
5 Loudun Velodrome Loudun, France 1895 185 m concrete outdoor Yes 47°00?30?N 0°04?37?E / 47.008434°N 00.076897°E / 47.008434; 00.076897
6 Vélodrome des Alliers Angouleme, France 1895 333.33 m concrete outdoor Yes 45°38?21?N 0°07?35?E / 45.639153°N 00.126388°E / 45.639153; 00.126388
7 Turquet de la Boisserie Senlis, France 1896 333.33 m concrete outdoor Yes 49°12?32?N 2°34?36?E / 49.208863°N 02.576555°E / 49.208863; 02.576555
8 Jacques Anquetil Velodrome[117] Saint-Omer, France 1896 412 m concrete outdoor Yes 50°44?37?N 2°15?04?E / 50.743669°N 02.250982°E / 50.743669; 02.250982
9 Millenáris Sporttelep[118] Budapest, Hungary 1896 412 m concrete outdoor Yes 47°18?08?N 19°03?15?E / 47.3022°N 19.0541°E / 47.3022; 19.0541
10 Lurcy-Lévis Vélodrome[119] Lurcy-Lévis, France 1897 250 m concrete outdoor Yes 46°44?05?N 2°56?25?E / 46.734663°N 02.940161°E / 46.734663; 02.940161
11 Carmarthen Park[120] Carmarthen, Wales 1900 405.38 m concrete outdoor Yes 51°51?15?N 4°18?48?E / 51.854198°N 04.313400°E / 51.854198; 04.313400
12 Tirador[121] Palma de Mallorca, Spain 1903 333.33 m concrete outdoor No 39°34?43?N 2°38?40?E / 39.578678°N 02.644325°E / 39.578678; 02.644325
13 Reichelsdorsfer Keller[122] Nürnberg, Germany 1904 400 m concrete outdoor Yes 49°22?00?N 11°02?43?E / 49.3666°N 11.0452°E / 49.3666; 11.0452
14 Radrennbahn Forst[123] Forst, Germany 1906 400 m concrete outdoor Yes 51°26?04?N 14°22?19?E / 51.4344°N 14.3719°E / 51.4344; 14.3719
15 Forest Town Welfare[124] Mansfield, Nottinghamshire, England 1908 402 m tarmac outdoor Yes 53°09?08?N 1°09?52?E / 53.152203°N 01.164346°E / 53.152203; 01.164346

The Andreasried Velodrome (Erfurt, Germany) was originally built in 1885 but was entirely redeveloped in 2006-2007. This one is in fact a new track.

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