The New England Velodrome Becomes The Northeast Velodrome

Back in March, there were some sudden changes made at the New England Velodrome, which many simply described as a hostile takeover of sorts. The message sent out by Tony Eberhardt was posted in many places and generated a lot of curiosity. Subsequently, Cyclocross Magazine did a two part story which interviewed the parties involved. Here’s Part 1 – the interview with the folks from the Cycle Loft. Here’s Part 2 – the interview with Tony.

So, now the track appears to be up and running under a new name – The Northeast Velodrome.

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2 thoughts on “The New England Velodrome Becomes The Northeast Velodrome

  1. The only thing I know about the change in leadership at the NEV is what I have read in these interviews. This week, though, I rode at the velodrome and spoke with Kurt Begemann about his plans for the track. Kurt and Jeff Palter have big plans to grow track cycling in New England. As someone who used to race in T-Town, COsprings, and San Diego, I look forward to a vibrant track scene in New England. If you want to see tracking racing grow you need to come out and race. Check out their new webpage for race info (http://northeastvelo.com/articles/race-calendar-pg37.htm) and register for the Saturday Grand Prix (http://www.bikereg.com/events/register.asp?eventid=10966)! Let’s race together and grow track cycling in New England.

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