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The Frisco Superdrome is a top-tier velodrome that attracts cycling racing teams for training and top competitors for world-class racing. When the facility opened in 1999, VeloNews ranked the Superdrome as the best velodrome in North America.

The 250-meter Superdrome surface is a $4 million, specially designed outdoor wood bicycle racing track made of marine-grade plywood with a laminated finish and 44-degree banked turns. 

The Superdrome has quickly become one of the nation’s primary sites for research on cycling. It serves as a U.S. Olympic training facility and hosts training and competition under the guidance of U.S.A. Cycling, the national governing body for bicycle racing.

The Superdrome also offers a junior racing program to grow the sport of cycling in North Texas. The staff includes certified cycling coaches to work with young talent. 

Its annual premier event is the Matrix Cup, a USA Cycling calendar event. The Superdrome regularly hosts national championships for USA Cycling. In addition, the Superdrome hosts weekly cycling competitions and training.

The facility is open to the public for training and riding. The privately operated facility is a public-private partnership with the City of Frisco.