Tickets for 2016 UCI Track World Championships in London will start at just £15 per adult when they go on sale on Tuesday (May 12).
Next year’s event, the last before the Olympics, takes place between March 2 and 6, a week after originally planned due to expected conflict with the RBS 6 nations rugby tournament.
There are three bands of ticket prices across the five days of racing and people can watch two finals – the men’s kilometre and women’s 500m – for the lowest fee of £15.
The most expensive ticket tops out at £90 for the finals on the last three days of action, though there are subsidised family ticket prices and lower fees for the over 60s, students and U16s.
Those who opt for band A prices will sit in an exclusive block on the lower tier of the finishing straight, while band B offers views from the home and back straights. Band C seats are positioned in the upper tiers.
The Worlds offer one last chance for the GB team to regain their title as the dominant force in the discipline after their disastrous showing in Paris in February where they failed to take home a single gold. Shane Sutton, BC’s technical director, has already placed huge importance of a good showing in London.