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Herne Hill Velodrome

Cycling activities for everyone!

Herne Hill Velodrome is a community cycling facility in South East London operated by the Herne Hill Velodrome Trust, a registered charity set up to make sure that the facility is run in a sustainable way and that the we offer the right activities to promote cycling and healthy lifestyles to a wide community of users.  Opened in 1891, Herne Hill Velodrome is the only remaining operating venue from the 1948 London Olympics when cycling events were hosted here.

The site is managed by a small, enthusiastic and passionate team and we benefit from having an active and visible friends organisation, the Friends of Herne Hill Velodrome, who raise funds, organise social events and provide volunteers. We also work closely with The Rapha Foundation, and through this and other partnerships we are able to invest in the future of cycling in the UK.

Our aim at Herne Hill Velodrome is to provide a broad range of fun, safe and engaging cycling sessions for riders of all ages, backgrounds and abilities. Our 450m banked velodrome track hosts many of our sessions, but we also have a 250m inner track and Multi-Use Games Area (MUGA) on which our kids and accessible cycling sessions take place. Hidden away at the back of the site we also have extensive off road trails for mountain biking and cyclocross.

Whether you want to learn to cycle, improve your skills, try out the track, participate in racing or just come down and watch others race with a drink and something to eat, we have something for you.  Whatever your two-wheeled interests, there’s no better place than Herne Hill Velodrome. 


104 Burbage Road
SE24 9HE
United Kingdom

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