Tuesday, 6 March 2012

London Velopark

The London Velopark is a cycling centre in Leyton in east London. It is one of the permanent Olympic and Paralympic venues for the 2012 Games. The Velopark is at the northern end of Olympic Park. It has a velodrome and BMX racing track, which will be used for the Games, as well as a one-mile (1.6 km) road course and a mountain bike track. The park replaces the Eastway Cycle Circuit demolished to make way for it.The facilities built for the Olympics were constructed between 2009 and 2011.
The first event in the Velopark was the London round of the 2011 UCI Supercross BMX World Cup series.
  • Construction cost is £105 million (velodrome only).
  • Capacity is 6,000 (velodrome); 6,000 (BMX track).
  • Field dimensions is 250 metres.
BMX Cycling race takes place on designed paths. Cycling BMX is governed by International Cycling Union. BMX Cycling debuted in Olympics in 2008 Olympic Beijing. 2012 London Olympic will witness BMX Cycling being competed on 8th, 9th & 10th August at BMX Track,Olympic Park .
OlympicTickets,OlympicCycling BMX Tickets can be purchased from
SportTicketExchange at nominal prices.

Olympic Cycling BMX Tickets.