The violator forcibly cuts across diagonally into another line.
The violator cuts into the path of an opponent from the inside.
The violator overtakes a leading opponent on the inside, when the opponent is not in the outermost lane.
The violator forces an opponent toward the outer edge of the track.
A line on the backstretch exactly one half lap from the finish line. The cyclist who crosses this line first adds one to their B (number of backstretch leads) count.
The yellow line 3 meters inside the inner line.
The outer of the two lines inside the bank.
The inner of the two lines inside the bank.
The flat brown portion of the track inside the inner line. Cyclists ride here to leave the race.
A line on the home straightaway of the bank. Also serves as the finish line. The cyclist who first crosses the homestretch line with just one more lap to go adds one to their H (number of homestretch leads) count.
A line on the bank (race lanes), 30 meters before the finish line. Cyclists who fall after crossing this line on the final lap are permitted to finish even if they have to carry or push their bicycles across the finish line.
A line 25 meters from the starting line. After the starter's pistol has been fired, the race can be restarted if a problem is judged to have occurred before the cyclists have reached this line.