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Estonian Cyclists Union's general secretary Karlson hopes to have a track in Tallinn by 2025.

Estonian Cyclists Union's general secretary Urmas Karlson explained in the cycling podcast "Jalgrattapalavik" how cycling is doing in Estonia and acknowledged the fact that Estonian cycling is missing a inside track. Urmas explained that we have a long history in track cycling and Estonians have had good results in the past and we still have the coaches, who know how to teach youngsters this discipline. "There is some progress with this project and some deals have been made. I hope we will have a track by 2025," confirmed Urmas Karlson.

This weekend Estonians will have common track championsips with Lithuanians and Latvians on the track of the Cido Arena in Panevežys, Lithuania. It's the only inside track in Baltics at the moment.

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