Tuesday Night Racing

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Tuesday night racing repeats every four weeks.


First Tuesday – Women’s, Master’s & Beginner’s Massed Start Racing

Massed start racing for Masters Women and Men age (35+) A/B/C,  Women A/B/C, and  Beginner Women and Men (D) categories. New for 2018 is the day change for Women Category A/B/C from Wednesday Nights to Tuesday Nights. Here is what each night will look like subject to change:

7:00 PM
Organzied 20 Lap Warm-Up
Beginners at the bottom of the track
Masters at the Blue line down to apron after beginners finish
Women start after beginers exit
7:25 PM
Master B 5-Lap Scratch
Master A 5-Lap scratch
Women 5 Lap Scratch
Beginners 5 Lap Scratch
Master B 6 win-n-out
7:52 PM
Master A Miss-N-Out
Womens 6 lap win-n-out
Beginners 6 lap win-n-out
Master B 10 lap Point-a-Lap
Master A 10 lap Reverse Snowball
Women 10 Lap Point-a-Lap
Beginner 15 Lap points Race sprint every 5 laps
Master A,B, Women, Invited Beginners 40 lap points race sprint every 10
9:00 finished


Second Tuesday – Pursuit Night

It’ll be you against the clock to see how good you really are! Pursuit Night is open for all categories of riders (including D/Beginner riders). Race distances will vary, and will include 500m, 1k, 2k, and 3k TT’s and pursuits. Take your shot at our track records!

Third Tuesday – Women’s, Master’s & Beginner’s Massed Start Racing

Similar to the first Tuesday of the month

Fourth Tuesday – Sprint Night

Open to all categories! On this night we’ll do a 200m time trial to seed everybody before moving into some group sprints amongst riders of a similar speed. Top 18 will “qualify” for 2 or 3-up sprints while the rest will race in larger groups of up to 5 or 6 people.


1: Selected last Tuesday’s of the month are used to hold our Working Man’s Two Day.

2: The Track Records page under Results has DLV Lap Records. The Dick Lane Velodrome was build as a 5 laps to a mile track and predates UCI velodrome meter distances; therefore, it’s 323.4 meter measurement makes it unique. Unfortunately, this creates odd starting places for metric distance events. It is very difficult to officiate a timed race where the starting location is different then the finish location. Also, racers not starting in the middle of a straight away is awkward and not like other velodromes. The most logical answer is to use laps instead of meters. With the current belief that the DLV is 6% slower then the velodromes in Colorado Springs and Los Angeles it is very easy to estimate your metric distance time by the DLV lap time. Each year the velodrome offers a record day where racers can attempt a metric distance or hour record.