Lexus Velodrome

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Lexus Velodrome
The interior
LocationDetroit, Michigan, U.S.
Coordinates42°21′08.0″N 83°03′01.4″W / 42.352222°N 83.050389°W / 42.352222; -83.050389Coordinates: 42°21′08.0″N 83°03′01.4″W / 42.352222°N 83.050389°W / 42.352222; -83.050389
Field size166 m (182 yd) track
Acreage1.4 acre
OpenedJanuary 2018
Construction cost$4.5 million

The Lexus Velodrome is an indoor velodrome in Detroit, Michigan, U.S..[1][2][3] The 166 m (182 yd) track has 50 degree banked turns. The track opened in January 2018[4]


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  2. ^ "Look inside Detroit's newest sport arena and event center". Detroit News. The Detroit News. Retrieved 2019-08-01.
  3. ^ Tuesday, Corey Williams Associated Press; Jan. 23; Am, 2018 11:10. "Indoor velodrome expected to draw cyclists to Detroit". Durango Herald. Colorado, United States: The Durango Herald. Retrieved 2019-09-17.CS1 maint: numeric names: authors list (link)
  4. ^ Runyan, Robin (2018-01-19). "Peek inside Detroit's new velodrome". Curbed Detroit. Curbed. Retrieved 2019-08-01.
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