San Diego Velodrome

Located in the heart of Balboa Park’s Morley Field Sports Complex, the San Diego Velodrome is the resource for bicycle track racing in the greater San Diego area. One of three velodromes in the Southwestern United States, the San Diego Velodrome is a premiere training and racing destination. Our development programs are tailored for riders of all ages, skills, and abilities. Offering one of the longest race schedules in the US, the SDVA fosters grass-roots racers through National and Olympic-level riders.

Constructed in 1976, the San Diego Velodrome flourishes through the management of the San Diego Velodrome Association. With 27 degree banked corners, this 333.3 meter oval track is a recreational and racing resource unlike anything else in San Diego.

San Diego Velodrome is committed to providing our members with great racing, adult/junior classes, coaching, and most importantly FUN!!

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The San Diego Velodrome Association (SDVA) supports bicycle track racing, both as an athletic sport as well as a recreational activity. SDVA also supports related activities like bicycle safety programs, bicycle swap meets, and youth bicycling programs.

The SDVA is granted a use permit by the City of San Diego Park and Recreation Department for the use of the velodrome facility in Balboa Park, and is responsible for administering, conducting, coordinating, and/or promoting all bicycling recreational and racing activities, including events sanctioned under the provisions of the United Cycling Federation, the United States Olympic Committee, and/or the International Cycling Union (UCI) for the San Diego Velodrome.

Photos by Lucas Keenan - Keenan Photo