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Bicyclists have long considered Albuquerque one of the hottest places in the nation for breaking cycling records. If the Southwest Velodrome Association has their way, next year the city will sizzle for cyclists.
The non-profit organization, formed in August to study the possibility of building a velodrome in the metropolitan area, has purchased the 250-meter wooden oval cycling track built for the 1999 Pan American games in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. The purchase price is being kept confidential as part of the contract, but the track originally cost nearly $500,000 to build.
The track, bought with …