No matter your experience level, the Lexus Velodrome has opportunities to get on the track for cycling. According to the organization, the riders range from age 3 to age 86.
The Track 101 class costs $40 and comes with a bike rental, clip-in shoes, a helmet, coaching and track time. The hour-long class will help you become familiar with the bike.
Track 201 class is next when you’ve passed the first class, and this is where you can get passes for the velodrome. A daily pass is $40, while a monthly membership is $79 and a yearly membership is $399. Bike rentals are only $5 with a membership.
Once you complete the 201 class, you can start training, and they offer different options every day of the week. Mondays are for new riders, Tuesdays and Thursdays are for endurance races, Wednesdays and Sundays are sprint races, and open ride is on Fridays and Saturdays.
The Lexus Velodrome also has free entry for kids, as they are “dedicated to increasing youth participation in cycling.”
For kids, there are learn-to-ride classes on Monday and Wednesday evenings and Saturday mornings, and cycling camps for free across six weeks this summer.