The Forest City Velodrome is an indoor cycling facility in London, Ontario, Canada. It is one of two velodromes in Ontario and one of five indoor cycling facilities in all of North America. The Forest City Velodrome is the shortest permanent velodrome in the world, measuring 138 meters with 50-degree bankings and 17-degree straights.

The velodrome was originally built in 1963 as the London Gardens, home to the London Knights ice hockey team. In 1994, it was renamed the London Ice House. In 2005, the Forest City Velodrome Association was formed to convert the building into a velodrome. The conversion was completed in 2007, and the velodrome opened to the public in 2008.

The Forest City Velodrome is used for a variety of cycling events, including track cycling, BMX racing, and roller derby. It is also used for training by cyclists of all levels. The velodrome is a popular destination for cyclists from all over Ontario and the United States.

The Forest City Velodrome is a non-profit organization that relies on membership fees, donations, and sponsorships to operate. The velodrome is open to the public for drop-in sessions and rentals. It also offers a variety of programs and classes for cyclists of all ages and abilities.

The Forest City Velodrome is a valuable asset to the London community. It provides a place for cyclists to train and compete, and it helps to promote the sport of cycling in the city.

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