July 18-19, 2015
The Alpenrose Velodrome Challenge (AVC) is the premier track race on the Alpenrose Velodrome calendar. AVC draws athletes from all over the world for three days of racing at Portland’s 268m velodrome. The venue features a close knit atmosphere with 43-degree banks which makes for fast action packed racing.
Prizes are cash for individual events, plus Elite Men’s Overall Omnium and Elite Women Overall Omnium. Prize breakdown available on request or at the velodrome. $200 prize for Elite Men or Elite Women records that are broken in the Pursuit or 1K/500m.
The current records are:
1K: Kevin Mansker, 1:06.91 (2012)
4K: Mike Tillman, 4:54:23 (2002)
500m: Monique Sullivan, 37.33 (2010)
3K: Erin Mirabella, 3:57.78 (2005)
The final event will be a Flying Lap record attempt. No entry fee for this event. Prize will be a crowd prime.
Current flying lap records are: Elite Men: Kevin Mansker, 14.08 (2012) | Elite Women Dana Feiss, 16.90 (2012)
FIELD SIZE LIMITS
Field sizes will be limited for the mass start events: 10 mile, Points Race, and Miss & Out.
Saturday, July 19
Session 2 (2:00 pm)
Sunday, July 20
Session 3 (10:00)
Pre-registration is $15/event with deep discounts for registering for all events in a category.
Online registration is available until Friday, July 17 at 11:59pm.
Onsite registration is available at the velodrome beginning Saturday, July 17 at 7:00am.
For onsite registration, riders must be registered, waiver signed, and entry paid at least 30 minutes before the race session starts. Liability release forms shall be completed on-site prior to racing.
Riders must be registered, waiver signed, and entry paid at least 30 minutes before the session starts.
Rider SIGN-IN required at least 15 minutes before each event.
OBRA membership is required. OBRA single event membership may be purchased at the race for $5.
6149 SW Shattuck Rd, Portland, OR 97221
Cell: (360) 624-1801
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