Track cycling has been a huge part of the Canterbury sporting landscape for most of last century, and really took off when Denton Park was built in 1970 for the 1974 Commonwealth Games.
From here the sport has steadily built a strong following which was buoyed in 1991 with the inception of our Junior Track Cycling Development Programme that has produced four World Champions and two Olympians.
In Summer, every Sunday afternoon between 4pm to 7pm, and Wednesday nights between 7pm to 9pm, Denton Park lights up with track cycling for all, welcoming newcomers to the sport and producing the bulk of New Zealand talent on the international stage.
For more information about any aspect of track cycling, feel free to contact one of our friendly Canterbury Track Cycling committee members.
Canterbury Track Cycling enlists the services of experienced coaches to support the development of our riders - especially those who are selected for various club and Canterbury Centre representative events as Canterbury Track Cycling team members. A number of our coaches are also professional coaches who offer coaching services to individuals. Our club coaches work with any personal coaches to ensure that appropriate coaching is given for particular events.
Please click here for information on our Club Coaches and feel free to contact them about any coaching requirements.
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If you're interested in trying track cycling or would like to be a volunteer or sponsor, we'd love to hear from you.