About The U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Committee


USOPC Velodrome

About the Velodrome

Built in 1983 in preparation for the 1984 Olympic Games, the Colorado Springs Olympic & Paralympic Training Center Velodrome is the official training venue for U.S. Olympic and Paralympic track cycling and USA Roller Sports. The Velodrome features a 333.3-meter banked cement cycling track, which wraps around a 200-meter track for roller sports. The facility is open to the public for community racing, and hosts local and national events.  

In the fall of 2015, the United States Olympic & Paralympic Committee and USA Cycling jointly funded the addition of an air-supported dome that is in place for year-round training and race.

The Velodrome is located at 250 Union Blvd., approximately one mile south of the U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Training Center at Colorado Springs Memorial Park.