Below is all the important information for riders and racers of the NSC Velodrome.
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Anyone riding or training on the National Sports Center Velodrome must first read and sign a NSC Liability Waiver. Minors must have their parents read and sign this waiver. The waiver must be signed each season before any training is done on the track. Races are run under permit of USA Cycling and USAC licenses are required and waivers must be signed as a condition of entry into a race.
Riders should be prepared to handle themselves on a track with these extreme dimensions. Those not familiar with this type of velodrome would be well advised to enroll in the Introductory Track Class in order to learn the proper etiquette, procedures, and skills necessary to safely race on this track.
There are different zones of the track that every rider should be familiar with. These are areas where certain types of activities should be practiced and other activities should be avoided.
All racers should review and be familiar with the rules and etiquette for the NSC Velodrome. The extreme dimensions of this velodrome demand following the rules and etiquette established for the safety of all riders.
The riders are under the jurisdiction of the track director or instructor in charge of the training session. If in their opinion a rider or their equipment is judged to be insufficient for the safety of all concerned riding the track the rider may be asked to exit the track until changes are made.
The Thursday Night Track Race Series is an 'E' level race and is therefore scored as an omnium. The top four finishers in each event will earn 5, 3, 2, 1 points towards the night’s omnium. The top four point scorers in the overall night’s omnium will score 5, 3, 2, 1 points towards category upgrade provided there are at least 10 riders in the field (20 for Cat 1 upgrade).
All track upgrades are processed by USA Cycling and Velodrome Managers using the following criteria:
One half of the points earned this season can be carried over to next season at this track.
A rider may be downgraded for the following reasons:
Phone: 763.785.5614 Hotline: 763.785.5651
View the general weekly schedule of when the velodrome is open for training and racing.