The Friday Night Track Racing series ("The Show") is thrilling action for racers and spectators alike. World-class athletes compete under the spotlights while family and friends picnic on the lawn or enjoy the view from the stands. The popular "Kiddie Kilo" happens the first and third Fridays of each month.
Preseason Fridays, May 1, 8, 15, and 22nd
Fridays, May 29th – September 18th (No racing July 24th(GP))
Racing will begin at 7PM
Registration will close approx. 20 minutes prior to racing.
Regular Season Race Categories
Cat 1&2 Men
Cat 3 Men
Cat 1,2,3 Women
Once a month: Advanced Juniors, Cat 4 men, Madisons
Racing License and Fees
A current USA Cycling license is required.
2014 entry fee for Adults: $30 for MVA members/$45 for non-members
2014 entry fee for Juniors: $15 for MVA members/$30 for non-members
MVA Membership - $75 for adults, $40 for juniors
The Clif Kiddie Kilo presented by Menchies
Races for kids aged 2-12 will be held during the 2015 season on the 1st and 3rd Friday of June, July, August and September. Race entry is free, so just bring a kid, a bike and a helmet! Parental permission is required. See you out there!
Admission rate is $5 per person.
Kids 16 and under are free.
Beer garden opens at 7:00PM
Note: Rain cancels racing. Since weather is extremely variable in the Puget Sound area it is often difficult to know if it will be dry and safe ahead of time. If it is looking like rain on race night, we'll try to provide cancellation updates starting at 5:30pm on the MVA twitter, www.twitter.com/marymoortrack. To view the conditions near the velodrome, check the WSDOT camera.
Held under USA Cycling permit pending
The Marymoor Velodrome Association is a 501(C)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to providing educational and fitness opportunities for youth and adult cyclists. Education is our first priority and the generous support of our members and participants is deeply appreciated. Fees for our programs are directly used to support our mission. Contributions or gifts to the Marymoor Velodrome Association are tax deductible as a charitable contribution for federal income tax purposes.