Now that probably hundreds of track bikes have recently been purchased in the Boulder area due to the opening of the Boulder Velodrome its time to take it down to the Springs to ride on 7-11 Olympic track complements of Colorado Velodrome Association and the time to do it is Saturday June 6th. The track will be open free of charge from 9am until 6pm. Sorry for the late notice but the press release was just published information today as shown below. Those looking to race down there this year, a 09 schedule has yet to be published but here is a look at 2008 CVA schedule
You are Invited!
Special Kick-Off Day at the
7-11 U.S. Olympic Training Center Velodrome
Colorado Springs, CO
The Colorado Velodrome Association (CVA) is very excited to invite track cycling enthusiasts from around the region to our “Opening Day” this Saturday, June 6th at the 7-11 U.S. Olympic Training Center Velodrome in Colorado Springs, CO. The Velodrome will be open for training from 9am until 6pm.
FREE OF CHARGE!!
The CVA would especially like to invite those riders who have experienced the new Boulder Indoor Velodrome to our facility here in Colorado Springs. The Boulder facility has been a tremendous success and has introduced hundreds of cyclists to track riding in only its first year. Our facilities are very different and as such we believe that the riders in our region have a unique opportunity and can really benefit by utilizing BOTH of these great cycling facilities.
Riders must hold a 2009 USA Cycling Racing License and will be asked to sign waivers prior to riding the track. Any riders under the age of 18 must have a parent and/or legal guardian sign these waivers to participate. If you don’t currently have a USA Cycling license you can apply on line at HYPERLINK "http://www.usacycling.org" www.usacycling.org.
Only track bicycles will be allowed on the velodrome during this training session and all riders must wear an approved cycling helmet. CVA has a limited number of track bicycles for rent at this time so please email us to reserve a bicycle for this session. CVA representatives will be on hand to answer questions regarding the 2009 racing season, training sessions, and CVA membership.
Directions: From North (Denver)
Take I-25 South to Exit 143 – Uintah. Turn left (east) on Uintah and continue east 2 miles to Union Blvd. Turn right on Union and continue south approx 1/2 mile. Cross over Pikes Peak Blvd. and take the next right hand turn into Memorial Park. The Velodrome will be on your left.
Finally, to all of you in the cycling community we appreciate your patience as we get ready to begin the 2009 season. We believe that this season will be one of the very best here at the 7-11 U.S. Olympic Training Center Velodrome and look forward to seeing you all at the track!!
Colorado Velodrome Association