List of Olympic venues in cycling

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The lake around Mälaren hosted the road race for the 1912 Summer Olympics in Stockholm.
The Olympic Velodrome (now Montreal Biodome) hosted the track cycling competitions for the 1976 Summer Olympics in Montreal.
The Laoshan Velodrome hosted the track cycling competitions for the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing.

For the Summer Olympics, there are 76 venues that have been or will be used for cycling.

Games Venue Other sports hosted at venue for those games Capacity Ref.
1896 Athens Marathon (city) (individual road race) Athletics (Marathon) Not listed. [1]
Neo Phaliron Velodrome (track) None Not listed. [2]
1900 Paris Vélodrome de Vincennes Cricket, Football, Gymnastics, and Rugby union Not listed. [3]
1904 St. Louis Francis Field Archery, Athletics, Football, Gymnastics, Lacrosse, Roque, Tennis, Tug of war, Weightlifting, and Wrestling 19,000. [4]
1908 London White City Stadium (track) Archery, Athletics, Diving, Field hockey, Football, Gymnastics, Lacrosse, Rugby union, Swimming, Tug of war, Water polo (final), Wrestling 97,000. [5]
1912 Stockholm Liljeholmen Equestrian Not listed. [6]
Mälaren None Not listed. [7]
1920 Antwerp Antwerp (road) None Not listed. [8][9]
Vélodrome d'Anvers Zuremborg (track) None Not listed. [10]
1924 Paris Stade de Colombes (road) Athletics, Equestrian, Fencing, Football (final), Gymnastics, Modern pentathlon (fencing, running), Rugby union, Tennis 22,737 [11]
Vélodrome d'hiver (track) Boxing, Fencing, Weightlifting, Wrestling 10,884 [12]
1928 Amsterdam Amsterdam (road) None Not listed. [13]
Olympic Stadium (track) Athletics, Equestrian (jumping), Football (final), Gymnastics 31,600 [14]
1932 Los Angeles Los Angeles Avenue (road) None Not listed. [15]
Pacific Coast Highway (road) None Not listed. [15]
Rose Bowl in Pasadena (track) None 85,000 [16]
Vineyard Avenue (road) None Not listed. [15]
1936 Berlin Avus Motor Road (road) Athletics (marathon, 50 km walk) Not listed. [17]
BSV 92 Field & Stadium (track) Handball 1,000 [18]
1948 London Herne Hill Velodrome (track) None Not listed. [19]
Windsor Great Park (road) None Not listed. [19]
1952 Helsinki Käpylä (road) None 25,700 [20]
Maunula (road) None 21,708 [20]
Pakila (road) Not listed. [20]
Velodrome (track) Field hockey 6,000 [21]
1956 Melbourne Broadmeadows (road) None Not listed. [22]
Velodrome (track) None 7,900 [23]
1960 Rome Olympic Velodrome (track) Field hockey 20,000 [24]
Via Cassia (individual road race) None Not listed. [25][26]
Via Flaminia (individual road race) None Not listed. [25][26]
Via Cristoforo Colombo (road team time trial) Athletics (marathon) Not listed. [27][28]
Via di Grottarossa (individual road race) None Not listed. [25][26]
1964 Tokyo Hachioji City (road) None 3,000 [29][30]
Hachioji Velodrome (track) None 4,100 [29][31]
1968 Mexico City Agustín Melgar Olympic Velodrome (track) None 3,000 [32]
Satellite Circuit (road) None Not listed [33][34]
1972 Munich Bundesautobahn 96 (road team time trial) None Not listed. [35]
Grünwald (individual road race) None Not listed. [35]
Radstadion (track) None 4,157 [36]
1976 Montreal Mount Royal Park (individual road race) None 4,400 [37]
Olympic Velodrome (track) Judo 2,600 [38]
Quebec Autoroute 40 (road team time trial) None Not listed. [39]
1980 Moscow Krylatskoye Sports Complex Cycling Circuit (individual road race) None 4,000 [40]
Krylatskoye Sports Complex Velodrome (track) None 6,000 [41]
Moscow-Minsk Highway (road team time trial) None 1,800 [42]
1984 Los Angeles Artesia Freeway (road team time trial) None Not listed. [43]
Olympic Velodrome (track) None 8,400 [44]
Streets of Mission Viejo (individual road race) None Not listed. [43]
1988 Seoul Olympic Velodrome (track) None 6,000 [45]
Tongillo Road Course (road) None 800 [46]
1992 Barcelona A-17 highway (road team time trial) None 105,000 [47]
Circuit de Catalunya (road team time trial) None 2,000 [47]
Sant Sadurní Cycling Circuit (individual road race) None 45,000 [48]
Velòdrom d'Horta (track) None 3,800 [49]
1996 Atlanta Cycling road course None 800 [50][51]
Georgia International Horse Park (mountain biking) Equestrian, Modern pentathlon (riding, running) 32,000 [52][53]
Stone Mountain Park Archery Center and Velodrome (track) Archery 5,200 (archery)
6,000 (cycling track)
[54][55]
2000 Sydney Centennial Parklands (road) None Not listed. [56]
Dunc Gray Velodrome (track) None 3,150 [57]
Western Sydney Regional Park (mountain biking) None 20,000 [58]
2004 Athens Athens Olympic Velodrome (track) None 3,300 [59]
Kotzia Square (individual road race) None 3,150 [60]
Parnitha Olympic Mountain Bike Venue (mountain biking) None Not listed. [61]
Vouliagmeni Olympic Centre (individual time trial) Triathlon Not listed. [62]
2008 Beijing Laoshan Bicycle Moto Cross (BMX) Venue None 4,000 [63]
Laoshan Mountain Bike Course (mountain biking) None 2,000 [64]
Laoshan Velodrome (track) None 6,000 [65]
Urban Road Cycling Course None Not listed. [66]
2012 London BMX Circuit (BMX) None 6,000 (temporary) [67]
Hadleigh Farm (mountain biking) None 20,000 (includes 3,000 seating) [68]
London Velodrome (track) None 6,000 [69]
Regent's Park (road) None Not listed. [70]
2016 Rio de Janeiro Rio Olympic Velodrome (track) None 5,800 [71]
Fort Copacabana (road) Swimming (marathon), Triathlon [72][71]
Pontal (road time trial) Athletics (walks) [73]
Olympic BMX Centre None 7,500 [71]
Olympic Mountain Bike Park None 25,000 (5,000 seats) [71]

References[edit]

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