I think it's official; "NATIONAL VELODROME AND EVENTS CENTER"
Bilko said...“Boulder has indoor velodrome. Check your facts”It's a good comment.
They are Dave Chauner’s facts:
I believe he did mention the Velodrome in Boulder, CO. I believe it’s buried somewhere in my voice recordings.
The Coatesville’s National Velodrome” is designed for International Competition and will follow the Union Cycliste Internationale regulations.
Boulder Indoor Cycling was not designed for International Competition.
"We built this for the 25,000 average riders with recreation in mind,’ said Paul Wells, manager of the venue. And “The wood velodrome measures 142 meters around the track — too small to be an official competitive racing venue.” Denver Post.
There is more information here about Dave Chauner’s presentation:
“Our goal is to blow by the Manchester Velodrome and make this the best indoor velodrome in the world.” Coatesville Velodrome Part B
Put “velodrome” into the Google search on Coatesville Dems and more posts about the Coatesville Velodrome will appear.