C the Revolution's goal is to support all aspects of the sport of track cycling. This includes coaching beginners to elite riders, event management, sport and event promotion, and velodrome design, construction consultation, sponsorship, and daily management.

Founder Nick Chenowth is an active Category 1 track cyclist who has coached or managed track cyclists to gold medals at the State, Regional, National, Olympic and World Championship level.

Nick is the first person over the age of 40 to be recognized by the UCI for riding a 200 meter time trial in under 11 seconds. He has also set records for the 200 meter in Columbia, France, the U.K. and the U.S.


With Much Appreciation to AMS Ducati, Corima, Giro, Pactimo, Oakley, and Sidi.

Nick has won Gold medals in match sprint, tandem match sprint, team sprint, kilo and 500 meter TT. At both the elite and masters competition.

  • Over 25 gold medals in State and Regional Championships.
  • Over 20 gold medals at National Championships.
  • 9 gold medals Masters World Championships
  • Additional USA Cycling Results


Manchester England, set World Record in the Flying 200 meter TT before beating his own record in Bourdois, France

Giving back to the Track

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Nick is the co-author of the top indoor cycling certification program which is recognized as the finest certification program in the world. His expertise is available to cyclists of all levels. As a 9 time World Champion, Nick knows what it takes to be great.

As a cancer survivor Nick knows what it means to overcome obstacles and he continues to pursue and promote the sport of Track Cycle with a deep passion to see it grow.

Nick still races and helps others see the greatness that is Track Cycling through clinics, coaching, and driving motor pacing classes at the Frisco Superdrome.

Nick Chenowth and Mark Garrett

2 time Elite National Champions

Created and managed a multi year partnership with USA Cycling. Project 96 and Project Triad were created to develop science and technology along with advanced  biomechanical research. These programs resulted in two silver medals for the U.S. In 1996 at the Atlanta Olympics, and one gold medal at the Sydney Olympics in 2000.

Designed developed and created the partnership between the City of Frisco and Collin College to build the Frisco Superdrome. Completed in 1998 the Superdrome is the finest low altitude outdoor wooden velodrome in the world.