Don't do this if you haven't done your homework. If you want to attempt the record, you should not ask that stupid questions on the forum.
Other than that, you can read a thing or two here.
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To beat this record, you should average 230-250w for 24h given that you have perfect aero position.
I've done my homework. I've ridden a fair few 24hr mtb races and many 12hr races. I'm planning on doing this to test as a test of my strength after an 6 month bike tour. The last time I did this, by the last month of the trip I was averaging 230km/day, 6 days a week, on a 60kg bike with 38c tyres, with less than ideal recovery conditions (sleeping in a tent on a beach, eating street food). I never tested power outputs after I got back but I wouldn't be having a go if I didn't think it was within my reach.
I don't see how it's a stupid question, I've seen cannondale slices and cervelos used on the track. The aero benefits of a SC outweigh the 2-5watt benefit in drivetrain efficiency gained by riding on a track bike. The SC has a lower BB, I was asking if anyone had ridden one on a velodrome before I potentially bin it on (someone else's) demo bike.
UMCA regulations permit the use of either a fixed gear or a geared bike for velodrome records.