The Mattamy National Cycling Centre is owned and operated by the Town of Milton. It was constructed for the 2015 Pan American/Parapan American Games held in Toronto. It is a premiere indoor cycling facility that offers programs to all levels of athletes across the Long Term Development framework. The Centre is the only velodrome of its kind in Canada, and only the second in North America that meets top international standards. It serves as both a community recreation facility and a venue for provincial, national and international events.

Total facility visits, as tracked by people counter software at the facility’s main entrances, for the past 3 (complete) years are:

  • 2019 - 315,485
  • 2018 - 263,777
  • 2017 - 198,690

Donation opportunities are available for the Mattamy National Cycling Centre.


The Mattamy National Cycling Centre, working in close harmony with Cycling Canada, the Ontario Cycling Association and the National Cycling Institute Milton, provides a world-class cycling venue and training facility. We are committed to training and developing cyclists in Canada for years to come.


As the home of Canadian Cycling, the Mattamy National Cycling Centre is an extraordinary facility that will cultivate world-class Canadian cyclists while engaging the local community with a wide range of recreational and sport opportunities for all ages and abilities.

History and legacy

The Mattamy National Cycling Centre was constructed in preparation for the 2015 Pan American/Parapan American Games held in Toronto. Milton considered the request based on committed support from the Games and government partners to develop a facility that would provide benefit to the Milton community for years to come. 

The land adjacent to the Mattamy National Cycling Centre is planned to be the future home of the Milton Education Village (MEV). MEV is a comprehensively planned, modern neighbourhood with a focus on sustainability and the future. Conceived as a hub for innovators, the MEV will bring together state-of-the-art educational and research facilities, knowledge-based employers, diverse housing options, accessible transportation, natural green space and urban amenities. Wilfred Laurier University and Conestoga College Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning are both committed to creating a campus in the Milton Education Village with a 2024 target for the first phase of students on campus.


Learn more about the partners of the Mattamy National Cycling Centre.