American Masters Track Nationals moves to Colorado

Famed 7-Eleven velodrome sees plenty of world record rides

Women's race action from the 2006 Masters Track Nationals, the last tiem the event was held at the 7-Eleven Velodrome in Colorado Springs.

The 2009 USA Cycling Masters Track National Championships have been relocated from the Major Taylor Velodrome in Indianapolis to the 7-Eleven Velodrome in Colorado Springs, the national governing body announced today.


The event, slated for August 18-23, will be open for online registration at Sports Base Online beginning Sunday, June 21.

“The Colorado Velodrome Association (CVA) is thrilled to host the USA Cycling Masters Track National Championships,” said CVA spokesman Pat McDonough. “As North America’s fastest velodrome, we are excited for the opportunity to see many new world records broken here.”

When masters track nationals were last held in Colorado Springs in 2006, the high altitude and fast racing surface set the stage for 13 world records to be broken.

CVA will soon announce expanded training times for the two weeks prior to the national championship event, meaning that riders from around the country will be able to maximize their training opportunities at the 7-Eleven Velodrome.


To register, visit Sports Base Online this Sunday, June 21 at 12:01 a.m. EDT.