Programs and Pricing

Session 1  Learn the Velo:

Learn the fundamentals to track cycling from USA Cycling coaches and elite athletes through Learn the Velo. This introductory course teaches beginners track etiquette, safety and information needed to get started in the sport. Learn the Velo is designed for any riders who are interested in learning how to ride the velodrome track and do not already own a USA Cycling Track Category 4 license or better. Completion of course work is mandatory before any new rider may train on the velodrome track. Learn the Velo is the first section of training, which occurs over one 2-hour sessions.


A purchase of Session 1 does not commit the rider to sign up for Session 2 or 3.

Session 2 and 3 – The Velo Experience

After the completion of Learn the Velo, you will move onto the Velo Experience, which includes two, 2-hour sessions.


All three sessions must be completed within 30 days of the first payment.  


Dates and times are subject to change, so check the current schedule for exact times  


Learn the Velo Bundle:

Includes all three sessions, Learn the Velo and the Velo Experience, occuring over three 2-hour sessions. 


All three sessions must be completed within 30 days of the first payment. 


By signing up for all three sessions with The Learn the Velo Bundle, you save $25. 

(No refund following the first class).  

  • Reserved for ages 16 and older. Participants under 16 may sign up for the junior LTV class.
  • Must be able to ride a bike.
  • Track bicycles will be provided. Riders may bring their own pedals to fit their shoes if desired.
  • Riders must bring and wear a helmet. Helmets are not provided.
  • All participants must sign a release form. A parent or guardian must be present to sign for riders under 18.
  • Riders must dress appropriately for riding – no loose clothing and bring layers.
  • Riders should bring water and a snack.
  • For more information, please email

Community Racing:

Endurance Races
Community racing is open to Track Category 1 – 4. Each rider may self-select one of four categories: A, B, with Category A reserved for elite riders, B for amateur riders.

Sprint Races
Community racing is open to Track Category 1-4 riders. Each rider completes a 200-meter time trial for seeding into the appropriate sprint category. The sprint competition is a round-robin format, in which each rider races the other three riders in his/her bracket. Community racing schedules change throughout the year, make sure to visit our community calendar for specific dates. 

Passes and Membership:

Pass holders are welcome to train at the U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Training Center Velodrome during scheduled community open ride sessions (OT) and are offered discounts to weekly races, clinics and training sessions

All passes exclude days of construction for dome erection or take down. Dates for dome construction are based on elite training and will be announced at

Weather Note:

Our dome facility is subject to closure given inclement weather (this is due to structural risks, rider and staff safety).


Please visit our community calendar at for the latest schedules (closures due to weather will be posted on our website no later than 2:00 p.m. MT).


Olympic and Paralympic Games Tokyo 2020: 

We are working hard to provide the best service to our Team USA fans as the Olympic and Paralympic Games Tokyo 2020 are just around the corner! Please be sure to check our community calendar to stay up to date on our schedule as the dates may change.


Payment is accepted in the form of cash, checks and VISA.

Program/Service Pass Holder        Non-Pass Holder
Bike Rental $10 $10
Adult $10 $25
Junior Race/Collegiate $10 $20
Daily Pass    
Adult $25   
Junior/Collegiate $15  
Monthly Pass    
Adult $46   
Junior/Collegiate  $25   
Learn the Velo    

Learn the Velo + The Velo Experience

(Save $25 on the three-class bundle)