The track is surfaced with concrete, which is unusual as Olympic-quality tracks tend to be timber or synthetics. It was built in 1983, has a length of 333.333 m (364.537 yd) and is situated at an altitude of over 1850m (6000ft) above sea level.
The velodrome was the site of the track competition of the World Cycling Championships in 1986. The competition took place from 27 August to 1 September that year and marked the first time the World Championships was held in the US.
Evelyn Stevens set the UCI women's hour record on the track in February 2016.
- Ennis, Pat (October 12, 1984). "Vet records fall at track nationals". Velo-news. 13 (16).
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