ATRA's member tracks are working together to develop a base from which to build a strong track racing community in North America. ATRA will also provide information, economical insurance rates, public realtions and marketing services to member tracks. The American Track Racing Association is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organisation.
The American Track Racing Association (ATRA) is formed by United States velodromes to advance the sport of track cycling, the capital improvements of our facilities and for the promotion of track riding and racing.
Full ATRA membership is restricted to current operating velodromes within the United States. If you are a current operating velodrome in the United States, are not currently a member of ATRA and would like to enquire about joining ATRA, please contact ATRA President, Pete Antonvich, email@example.com
ATRA also offers an associate velodrome membership, who's purpose is to allow access to information provided by current members for potential new velodromes that are in the works. If you are in the planning stages of a new velodrome and are interesting in becoming an associate member of ATRA, please contact ATRA President, Pete Antonvich, firstname.lastname@example.org
Current ATRA Projects
ATRA provides access to economical insurance rates for it's member velodrome to allow them to focus on programming and ridership for their track. There are lots of benefits to running races under ATRA insurance and this is one of ATRA's main goals in providing services to it's member velodromes.
Website and Social Media
ATRA's web and social media(facebook and twitter) presence helps connect all of the velodromes across the country that are members of ATRA. This connection allows member velodromes to have a broader reach with their marketing efforts, and provides one place for riders to get more information about other velodromes and races going on across the country.
National Championship Series
The collection of the majority of the major track racing events across the US is compiled into one series called the ATRA National Championship Series(NCS). Currently in it's second year, the series is growing in popularity amongst the riders and provides a platform for riders to travel to new velodromes and experience new races.
Season Guide Book
In 2011 ATRA produced a 24 page Season Guide booklet that contained information about ATRA and it's member velodromes and their programming, information about how to start racing the track, information about the National Championship Series and the full season major event schedule. In 2012 the guide expanded to it's current 28 page format with the introduction of several new velodromes and additional members.