Track Days

Enjoy the unforgettable thrill of riding a velodrome

Experience the track

Feel the unforgettable thrill of riding a velodrome with Rob Hayles and our team.

Whether it is part of a team building exercise, a groups of friends riding for fun, or you’re hosting a day for your clients, we will give you a day to remember.

Multiple UK Locations

With all equipment and training included, we will help you to experience the thrill of riding the track at one of the UK’s iconic velodromes- in either Manchester, London, Derby or Glasgow.

Ride With Rob

All packages are tailored to meet your needs. For example, we can provide catering, interesting speakers on sports nutrition, the latest trends in cycling performance or motivational speakers.

Every event includes time with Rob Hayles, who will ride with you and answer any questions you may have.

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Example Track Day

Destination: Manchester

10 December 2019

Get your friends, team or clients together to enjoy the thrill and challenge of riding the velodrome on one of our track days with Rob Hayles.

Starting at midday, we give you all your equipment and introduce you to your qualified coach and Rob Hayles trackside. After you’ve been fitted with your bike, you are unleased to enjoy your velodrome ride with Rob.

There’s then a chance to get changed, wind down, grab some refreshments and recount your experience followed by a question and answer session with Rob Hayles or a specialist talk of your choice.

All riders will go away with a nutrition pack and signed photo of their day.

Prices start at £120 per person. The maximum group size is 16 riders.

Your experience runs from 12pm to 4pm and includes:

  • Changing and shower facilities
  • One hour track time
  • Meeting space
  • Coaching and hosting
  • Tea, coffee and cake
  • Nutrition pack
  • Q&A with Rob, or other specialist talk
  • Signed photo of your day

Getting there:

The National Cycling Centre is easily accessible by bike in and around Manchester. There are good public transport links by bus from the city centre or from Manchester Piccadilly railway station. The centre also has its own Metrolink stop – VeloPark.