Otherwise known as T-Town, we’re the cycling capital of the United States with a world famous velodrome hosting the world’s premiere weekly racing series each summer, as well as national championships, in addition to large group rides, charity rides, cyclo-cross events, and much more.
We are thrilled to host the Junior & Master’s USA Cycling National Championships from July 7-15. Juniors kick off the schedule Saturday, July 7 and will conclude with Madisons on Tuesday, July 10. Master’s pick up the next day on Wednesday, July 11 and conclude Sunday, July 15th.
Friday nights under the lights is our regular Pro-Am and UCI racing night. We want to show everyone how we race here so we’ll have a few short races for everyone to get excited about. This is a ticketed event, so please purchase tickets using the link below. Tickets are also available at the box office but are first-come-first-serve.
T-Town is known around the world for its high-caliber bike racing, but its roots are its’ youth development. The Valley Preferred Cycling Center offers programs for riders as young as five years old in an effort to grow the sport. With many of its programs free to the community, the Valley Preferred Cycling Center provides equipment and Olympic-caliber coaching in an effort to show students what track cycling is all about or even foster the next Olympian.
“With its amazing youth and community programs, which feed riders into the track, T-Town is able to generate more Olympic and world-class athletes than any other velodrome I know in the country.”
“I personally would encourage any track cyclist wishing to chase their dreams and further develop their ability and potential to base themselves in the Lehigh Valley, where they will be exposed to the best international racing that time and time again has produced so many World and Olympic medalists.“
"My introduction to track cycling was at the TTown velodrome. It's where my love of the track began. Its the first track I ever rode, and I raced there every chance I got throughout my career. TTown is a very special place in American cycling, and I'm so grateful for the opportunities it gave me."