Located in Sportcity, Manchester, The National Cycling Centre hosted track cycling events during the 2002 Commonwealth Games. The multipurpose cycling venue contains the Manchester Velodrome, a BMX arena, and the 12km Clayton Vale mountain bike trails.

The National Cycling Centre offers an extensive programme of activities for all levels of ability, and beginners can use the same track that elite athletes train on. Access BMX is an inclusive session for people who have additional needs (physical & learning disabilities and SEBD), and attendees can choose between a BMX, a mountain bike, and specially adapted bikes such as hand bikes and trikes. These fun sessions take place on Tuesday evenings from 18:30-20:00.

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Q Where is the UK National Cycling Centre?

The UK National Cycling Centre is located in Sportscity, Manchester, on Stuart Street (M11 4DQ).

Q When was Manchester Velodrome built?

The Manchester Velodrome was built in 1994 as part of Manchester’s unsuccessful bid for the 2000 Olympic Games. The Velodrome hosted track cycling events during the 2002 Commonwealth Games.

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