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The VeloPark will be owned and managed by Lee Valley Regional Park Authority and will be known as the Lee Valley VeloPark.
Following the Games, the permanent 6,000 seat Velodrome will become the hub of the VeloPark. It will be used by high performance athletes who will train alongside the local and regional community.
The VeloPark will be a world-class cycling facility, meeting the recreational, training and competition needs of cyclists, and supporting the continued development of competitive and non-competitive cycling across the UK.
The VeloPark will have the capacity to host the full range of cycling events, including a World Championships. The British Cycling Federation will use the Velodrome to train athletes with international potential, although its main high performance centre will continue to be Manchester. The facility will be available for hire by schools, clubs, and community groups in addition to casual pay and play usage.
The BMX track will remain, but be reconfigured, and a road cycle circuit and mountain bike courses will be added.
We are working with our partners to ensure the Park is linked with existing cycle routes across London.