Canadian Velodrome List
- Dieppe, New Brunswick: Velodrome Caisse populaire Dieppe (2001) 250 meters, 38.9, degrees corners, wood.
- St-Augustin, Quebec: Le Velodrome Louis Garneau (2001), 200 meters, 50 degree corners, wood. This track was designed by Peter Junek and originally constructed in 1995 at the Copps Coliseum in Hamilton.
- Bromont, Quebec: National Cycling Centre Velodrome, 1996, 200 meters, wood.
- London, Ontario: Forest City Velodrome, 2005, 138 meters, 50 degrees in the curves, wood. Indoor velodrome
- Winnipeg, Manitoba: Pan Am Games Velodrome (1999), 250 meters, wood. Peter Junek design. Sold to the City of Albuquerque. Presently in a warehouse in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
- Calgary, Alberta: Glenmore Velodrome (1975) 400 meters, concrete, 30 degree in the corners
- Edmonton, Alberta: Argyll Velodrome (1977) 333 meters, cement. 37 degrees in the turns.
- Burnaby, British Columbia: Harry Jerome Velodrome, 200 meters, 47.5 degrees in the turns, wood, Indoor Velodrome.
- Victoria, British Columbia: Juan de Fuca Velodrome, 333.3 meters, 28 degrees in the corners, concrete.