Satellite Circuit (Mexico City)

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The Satellite Circuit was a temporary cycling venue constructed for the 1968 Summer Olympics in Mexico City. This venue hosted the road cycling individual road race and road team time trial events for those games.

It was a 24.525 km (15.239 mi) long lap, considered quite hilly, and located in downtown Mexico City.

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