Debuting as an official sport in the 2008 Summer Olympics, BMX racing has experienced a serious renaissance in both the professional and mainstream cycling scenes.
Racing consists of a dirt track where cyclists compete across hills, jumps and banked turns. The Presbyterian Sports Medicine BMX Supercross track will be the only Olympic-caliber training facility on the East coast, and one of only a handful in the U.S. The track will be accessible to all levels hosting local, state, regional, national and UCI caliber events while providing a safe introduction to residents and Olympic hopefuls.
Click here to view a pdf of the proposed track layout.
The Rock Hill Outdoor Center at Riverwalk
The Giordana Velodrome is part of the Rock Hill Outdoor Center. In addition to the velodrome, the Center will boast the Presbyterian Sports Medicine BMX Supercross track, Mountain Bike Trails with river views, the Piedmont Medical Trail, challenging Cyclocross trails and cycle-friendly streets throughout the village including a closed Road Course.