The Olympic velodrome and BMX track will reopen on March 4 next year.
A year ago, riders such as Dame Sarah Storey, Sir Bradley Wiggins and Laura Trott powered Britain to a world-beating 16 gold medals - eight in the Olympics and eight in the Paralympics.
In seven months, the east London site of their victories - now called the Lee Valley VeloPark - reopens to the public, with sessions from £2 for club cyclists and £4 for individual riders.
The Lee Valley Regional Park Authority (LVRPA), which owns and runs the site, is billing it as "the world's premier cycling venue" as it boasts the 2012 velodrome, a remodelled Olympic BMX circuit alongside new mountain bike trails, and a floodlit road circuit.
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