American Track Cycling is a professional racing league featuring a hyper-speed 6-Day format with teams comprised of Men and Women competing on Olympic-style indoor cycling tracks.
The main event is the Madison Team Race invented in Madison Square Garden in 1899. Other events include the Chase, Elimination and gambler’s favorite the Keirin. The races all take place on America’s newest world class indoor cycling tracks.
ATC is founded with a corporate social responsibility program that is inseparable from its mission. ATC’s structure unites the non profit, for profit and public sectors. ATC’s goal is to support local Non Profit facilities with funding to support their operations and their free and low-cost fitness programming for area residents. Partnering with the Public sector, ATC builds world class recreational facilities at no construction or operational costs to the city in exchange for a consignment & licensing agreement for park land use. For-Profit corporate partners support the events and programming activities of ATC in exchange for gaining viewers/customers and showcasing their community support.
The mission is to develop the sport of track cycling by building new indoor velodromes, developing track riders and broadcasting elite level competitions across all media platforms while providing low-cost recreational programming for residents all across the United States.