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December 6/19 10:05 am - FCV 1001 Lap Challenge Set for 2020

Posted by Editoress on 12/6/19

Big time professional track racing is coming to London, Ontario, the first weekend of February 2020. The 138m indoor velodrome in south London will offer $16,000 in Cash Prizes during the Forest City Velodrome 1000 plus 1 lap Challenge!

Men & Women Professional Track racing specialists will be in London the weekend of February 1-2. The winner of each of the 1001 lap Challenges for Pro Men and Pro Women will take home $3,000 in cash. Each of the races will be 138 kilometres in length; a true endurance test. Only the strong will survive!!

Professional track riders from New Zealand, Great Britain, USA and Canada will be in London to go after one of the largest paydays in Canadian cycling history.

The $16,000 in Cash is the largest prize list offered for a track racing weekend in Ontario!! We want to thank our committed corporate sponsors - Junek Velodromes, BTR Inc and Forest City Velodrome. Without their unwavering support these professional Xtreme track cycling events would not be taking place.

It will be a very busy schedule with many events taking place at the Forest City Velodrome:

Saturday Program
2pm - Youth & Masters Racing
4pm - Junior “Nifty Fifty” Endurance Racing
6pm - Pro Men 1000+ 1 lap FCV Challenge sponsored by Junek Velodromes & BTR Inc.

Sunday Program
Noon - Pro Women 1000+ 1 lap Challenge sponsored by Forest City Velodrome.

Youth, Adult, Masters & Juniors can register now Here.

Track racing fans can order $15.00 general admission tickets (2 days of racing for 1 Price).

The Promoters of this Xtreme Track Cycling Event have room for a few more Pro Racers, interested athletes please email

Special thank you to the Volunteers at Forest City Velodrome and Track Builder Peter Junek for their help in promoting these two fantastic days of Track Racing at FCV!


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