The Burnaby Velodrome Club is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to promoting track cycling and racing.
From youth programming to national level competition, the Burnaby Velodrome Club offers a variety of opportunities for individuals in the City of Burnaby and Metro Vancouver to become involved in the cycling community.
The Burnaby Velodrome Club is proud to be a Cycling Canada Training Center and affiliated member of Cycling BC.
Funding is provided through the Province of British Columbia, Sponsors, Members and Donations.
The Burnaby Velodrome Club is the only indoor velodrome in the Pacific Northwest, and one of three indoor velodromes in Canada. Located inside the Harry Jerome Sports Center on the ancestral and unceded homeland of the hən̓ q̓ əmin̓ əm̓ and Sḵwxwú7mesh-speaking peoples; the wooden track is 200 metres long and 6 metres wide. The track was constructed by Cycling BC and numerous volunteers between 1991 and 1997 to replace the China Creek Velodrome built for the 1954 Empire Games. The China Creek Velodrome was demolished in 1980 in order to construct Vancouver Community College’s Broadway campus.