Patinodrome

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Inline skaters at a patinodrome.

A patinodrome is an arena for inline speed skating. They are oval tracks similar to velodromes used for track cycling, but have flat straights and shallow-banked or no banked curves. They are typically outdoors or under cover with open or partial walls. Patinodromes are common in Europe, but rare in North America.

Design[edit]

A patinodrome is generally about 160m to 250m in circumference and may be surfaced with asphalt, concrete or similar material. The curves may be banked.

List of patinodromes[edit]

UK[edit]

Quebec[edit]

  • Sainte-Foy/Quebec, PQ Patinodrome - 418-653-6363

France[edit]

Argentina[edit]

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