Saved from the brink of decay, the resurrected Boulder Valley Velodrome is close to opening

Just in time for the run-up to the 2024 Olympics, the Boulder Valley Velodrome is one of just two Olympic standard-sized velodromes in the US

The Boulder Valley Velodrome is close to opening.
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After sitting idle for years, community volunteers are hard at work to resurrect Colorado’s Boulder Valley Velodrome (BVV) with the hopes of opening its door before the summer’s end. 

The United States currently has fewer than 20 operational velodromes nationwide. And once renovations conclude on the Erie, Colorado velodrome will be one of just three 250-meter, Olympic standard tracks in the country.

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Kristin Jenny
Freelance Contributor

Kristin Jenny is an elite triathlete based near Boulder, Colorado. Although most of her time is spent in aerobars somewhere in the mountains, she finds time to enjoy eating decadent desserts, hiking with her husband and dog, and a good true crime podcast.