Cycling world champion Laura Trott will join the rest of the British squad later at the world-famous Championnats du Monde Piste.
London's Olympic velodrome will stages next year's competition - only the second time London will have hosted the event, and also the first time since 1904.
The Olympic Velodrome played host to some of Team GB's greatest moments - and today British cycling's golden couple returned to encourage the next generation of cycling stars.
Laura Trott and Jason Kenny spoke to Rags Martel about the sports future, and their own.
Cycle fans may have to pay up to £30 for their first chance to try out the track where Sir Chris Hoy, Dame Sarah Storey and Laura Trott won gold at the London 2012 Games.
The 6,000-seat London 2012 velodrome and BMX track at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in Stratford reopens on March 4 2014.
A coached accreditation session will be needed to ensure riders have the skills and confidence to tackle the swooping Siberian pine velodrome track and the BMX courses, said the Lee Valley Regional Park Authority, which owns and runs the venue.
The hour-long taster session on the 250m track for unaccredited riders costs £30. The price is £22 for people with a concession, which includes the under-18s.
Double Olympic gold medallist Laura Trott spoke to Glen Goodman about this weekend's RideLondon cycling event and her love of the sport.
The Mayor of London, Boris Johnson, and Olympic gold medallist, Laura Trott are to launch the official RideLondon route for 2013.
Plans for the two day cycling festival were announced just after the Olympics last July.
It will feature a series of rides for anyone from young amateurs to the world's elite cyclists.
Now she was one of the star's of the Olympics, winning double Gold in cycling, and today Laura Trott was back at the Essex hospital where she was born to open a new Neonatal Intensive Care Unit..
20 year old Laura was a month premature when her Mum gave birth at the Princess Alexandra hospital in Harlow and was seriously ill but staff at the Unit ensured she made a full recovery as Russell Hookey explains
Double gold-winning Olympian Laura Trott is due to open a new neonatal unit in the hospital which saved her life more than 20 years ago.
This morning the Essex track cyclist will return to the Princess Alexandra Hospital in Harlow.
Double gold medal winner Laura Trott said today she still feels like "a 10-year-old kid" despite her Olympic success.
The 20-year-old, from Cheshunt, Hertfordshire, said taking both the titles was "surreal" and that she had been unsure whether her win at the Track Cycling World Championship in Melbourne earlier this year was just by chance.
She said: "It still feels totally surreal for me, I still can't believe this is happening, I'm just a 10-year-old kid.
"I didn't know whether I just fluked it in Melbourne and whether I could beat them all again. So it's just amazing, especially to do it in front of a home crowd."
"I couldn't have done it without them.
"The amount of money they had to put in when I was younger, taking me here, there and everywhere, and my dad gave up his cricket."