Track Cycling

Track Cycling

Track Cycling is for everyone and is a great fitness activity that's off the road in a safe, controlled environment. There are several Velodromes throughout Queensland, along with many opportunities to get involved in the sport of Track Cycling no matter where you are, and/or what fitness or ability level you are. 

Everyone new to Track Cycling is invited to attend several Come & Try Track Cycling Sessions, these sessions will allow you to experience the thrill of Track Cycling under the guidance and support of a nationally qualified coach. You will learn the basic skills of Track Cycling in a safe and supportive environment whilst having fun along the way. 

Several times throughout the year Cycling Queensland host Women on Track 5 week programs. The program is designed and delivered by Cycling Australia Accredited Coaches, providing an inclusive environment for women ranging from complete beginners to those who ride a bike more regularly.

Once competent, Come & Try Track Cycling attendees are encouraged to gain Accreditation. The Rider Accreditation Program is a mandatory process for all riders to complete prior to riding on their own or in a group, club or open session format on the Anna Meares Velodrome. Please note that some Velodromes require specific Accreditation, though you will find that skill sets transfer across from Velodrome to Velodrome. 

Are you an Accredited Rider for the Anna Meares Velodrome? Once you have gained your Accreditation, you are able to attend Open Track Training Sessions that are run by experienced Cycling Queensland coaches. These sessions are coordinated by coaches to enable you to complete your training sessions in an organised format. Otherwise, Accredited riders are encouraged to talk to their Cycling Club in regards to Club Track Sessions.

Track Cycling Process: 

  1. Come & Try Track Cycling or Women on Track
  2. Track Accreditation Program
  3. Open Track Sessions



Come & Try  Women on Track  Accreditation  Open Track Training