The MVA is lucky to be graced with a community who as a whole are willing to step up and volunteer their time for the greater good of the Marymoor Velodrome.
Volunteer opportunities come in many shapes and forms. We would like to highlight MVA volunteers who step above and beyond to help in whatever way they can to improve our track, racing nights, and atmosphere as a venue!
As the season kicks off we'll be taking time to introduce our community to the announcers that bring life to our race nights. Who are they? How do they know so much about track racing? How can they tell who won that race?
Part one introduces you to Phil "Bilko" Stephens, one of the voices of Friday night racing.
Olympian Jennie Reed to support the Marymoor Velodrome Association’s junior program.
REDMOND, Wash, May. 9, 2013- Olympic Silver medalist Jennie Reed will be playing an instrumental role in the development of the Marymoor Velodrome’s Junior Program. Jennie Reed’s experience and passion offers a unique opportunity for developing racers to learn from a World Champion and Olympic medalist.
Congratulations on deciding to take a track class, enjoying the track class, and deciding that you wanted to race. We understand people like you, and we want to do everything that we can to ensure that you have a successful, stress free, and exciting introduction into track racing.
We have tremendous news for you! Let’s agree on something. Unless you are World
Champion and win every race you ever enter, there is always something that you can
improve on. Since we have few World Champions in the MVA community (we do have
several!), for the 2013 season we are offering up a way for you to improve on your track