Tickets are now on sale for the 2021 AusCycling Track National Championships at Brisbane’s Anna Meares Velodrome from 24-28 March 2021.
The Track National Championships will feature Australia’s best in the Elite and Under 19 categories racing for the coveted green and gold national champion’s jersey.
In all, 38 champions will be crowned in the individual and team sprint, keirin, individual and team pursuits, individual time trials, points race and scratch race, omnium and Madison events.
With less than 150 days between the Championships and the Tokyo Olympic Games, the Championships will provide a vital racing opportunity for several of the Australian Olympic Team athletes. The event will also feature the best track cyclists from each state and territory.
With the Anna Meares Velodrome attracting sellout crowds during the 2018 Commonwealth Games and previous editions of the Track National Championships, tickets are predicted to fly faster than a sprint champion!
Ticket prices start at just $10, with all tickets providing access to an entire day of racing action!
AusCycling Member discounts, plus Family and Series passes, are also available.
AusCycling will deliver the 2021 Track National Championships in partnership with the Queensland Government via Tourism and Events Queensland and Brisbane City Council via Brisbane Economic Development Agency.
The Championships headlines the 2021 Brisbane Cycling Festival schedule, which will run 24 March – 12 April.
“We look forward to welcoming fans to Brisbane’s Anna Meares Velodrome for this year’s Track National Championships,” said Marne Fechner, AusCycling’s Chief Executive Officer.
“Track cycling is a thrilling spectacle, and to have Australia’s best talent in action on home soil in one of the world’s best velodromes, is exciting for everyone.
“I would like to thank the Queensland Government and Brisbane City Council for their continued support of the event, and I look forward to being trackside in Brisbane in March.”
Lord Mayor Adrian Schrinner said Brisbane was gathering momentum as a cycling mecca, and hosting Australia’s biggest track event would be a natural fit for the city.
“The Track National Championships is one of the highlights of Australia’s sporting calendar and will shine a light on Brisbane’s capability to host and reintroduce major events to punters and participants in 2021,” Cr Schrinner said.
“From our world-class facilities such as the Anna Meares Velodrome, to our enviable outdoor lifestyle, strong cycling culture and growing network of cycle paths – this event gives everyone a preview of why Brisbane truly is a cycling city.”