Rock Hill, South Carolina
Opened in March of 2012, the Giordana Velodrome is the crown jewel of the Rock Hill Outdoor Center. The 250m concrete track is the center piece of this world class facility and offers track cycling programs for cyclist of all ability levels. Programs include instruction, equipment rental, certification, year round league racing and youth clinics. In addition this USA Cycling endorsed facility host world and national level championships. The velodrome is owned and operated by the City of Rock Hill.
The Rock Hill Outdoor Center also offers an Olympic caliber Supercross BMX track and approximately seven miles of mountain bikie trails that run along the banks of the Catawba River. The trails vary in difficulty providing fun and challenge for all ability levels. Future plans also include a cycle-cross track and a criterium course. Check out the Giordana Velodrome Calendar for current track events and schedules.
East Point, Georgia
The Dick Lane Velodrome is one of 22 active velodromes (informally called “tracks”) in the country. Constructed in 1974, the DLV is a 1/5-mile track with a max banking of 36 degrees in the turns. The DLV is located eight miles south of downtown Atlanta in the beautiful and historic city of East Point. The City of East Point owns the DLV and partners with the EPVA to manage and maintain the track as one of the premier facilities of its kind. The two closest velodromes are the Giordana Velodromein Rock Hill, SC and the Brian Piccolo Velodromenear Miami, FL.
The Dick Lane Velodrome is a member track of the American Track Racing Association(ATRA). ATRA is the governing body for the majority of velodrome’s in the country, and was formed by US velodromes to advance the sport of track cycling, the capital improvements of our facilities and for the promotion of track riding and racing. Check out the Dick Lane Velodrome Calendar for current track events and schedules.
Cooper City, FL
The Velodrome at Brian Piccolo Park in Cooper City is the only velodrome in Florida and one of only three in the southeastern U.S. It opened in March 1992 and on April 17, 1993, hosted its first major race. It attracts more than 3,500 athletes annually.
The Brian Piccolo Velodrome is used for both competitive cycling and recreational cycling and in-line skating. The competitive track is 333.3 meters long with a maximum 30-degree slope at each end. The recreational track is 200 meters long and has a maximum 10-degree slope at each end. Check out the Brian Piccolo Velodrome Calendar for current track events and schedules.