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THIS WEEK IN MANCHESTER


The final round of the 2010-2011 UCI Track World Cup will bring out the fastest riders from nations around the globe. Of course those of you across the pond will be lucky enough to catch it on the telly. Hopefully I’ll be able to find some kind of live internet stream.

NEXT WEEK: MANCHESTER TRACK WORLD CUP


The last of the 2010-2011 World Cup Classics is next week. This is gonna be a big race day for all competing countries. The British team is looking to dominate their home turf with their strongest track squad ever. Meanwhile Australia is sending in their ace riders, hoping to make examples of their British rivals.

Find all the details on the event page here.
THE STARTING GATE 

Image from the sold out Revolution 32 event a while back at Manchester Velodrome.  Standing starts — feared by many.  Embraced by few.

See more Revolution photos at Manchester Velodrome’s Flickr.
THE STARTING GATE 

Image from the sold out Revolution 32 event a while back at Manchester Velodrome.  Standing starts — feared by many.  Embraced by few.

See more Revolution photos at Manchester Velodrome’s Flickr.

THE STARTING GATE


Image from the sold out Revolution 32 event a while back at Manchester Velodrome. Standing starts — feared by many. Embraced by few.

See more Revolution photos at Manchester Velodrome’s Flickr.
This weekend at Manchester Velodrome!

Get all the Cycle Jumble details here.
This weekend at Manchester Velodrome!

Get all the Cycle Jumble details here.

This weekend at Manchester Velodrome!

Get all the Cycle Jumble details here.

4 Photos

Shots from last weekend’s Revolution event at Manchester Velodrome including our buddy Kit Karzen who was in attendance. Read a full write-up of what went down here.

Find more photos on the British Cycling Flickr.

This weekend at Manchester Velodrome!

The Elite Sprinters return for Revolution 31 joining another impressive Elite Endurance field to create a superb balance of sprint and endurance action.
World Kilo Champion Tuen Mulder and Dutch compatriot Roy Van Den Berg will take on a strong British contingent including Ross Edgar, Craig, MacLean and Dave Daniell.
More top six day stars are confirmed in the endurance racing with Franco Marvulli and Leif Lamapter returning after impressive displays at Revolution 30. Ghent six winner Iljo Keisse is also confirmed and we welcome American riders Kit Karzan and Michael Creed.
The race programme will include a few twists with a special format for the Devil and Points Race. The teams will also race an Australian Pursuit where 8 riders will pursuit on the track at the same time - if riders are caught they are eliminated and the winner will be the rider to cover the 3km distance first.

Read more and get your tickets here.
This weekend at Manchester Velodrome!

The Elite Sprinters return for Revolution 31 joining another impressive Elite Endurance field to create a superb balance of sprint and endurance action.
World Kilo Champion Tuen Mulder and Dutch compatriot Roy Van Den Berg will take on a strong British contingent including Ross Edgar, Craig, MacLean and Dave Daniell.
More top six day stars are confirmed in the endurance racing with Franco Marvulli and Leif Lamapter returning after impressive displays at Revolution 30. Ghent six winner Iljo Keisse is also confirmed and we welcome American riders Kit Karzan and Michael Creed.
The race programme will include a few twists with a special format for the Devil and Points Race. The teams will also race an Australian Pursuit where 8 riders will pursuit on the track at the same time - if riders are caught they are eliminated and the winner will be the rider to cover the 3km distance first.

Read more and get your tickets here.

This weekend at Manchester Velodrome!

The Elite Sprinters return for Revolution 31 joining another impressive Elite Endurance field to create a superb balance of sprint and endurance action.

World Kilo Champion Tuen Mulder and Dutch compatriot Roy Van Den Berg will take on a strong British contingent including Ross Edgar, Craig, MacLean and Dave Daniell.

More top six day stars are confirmed in the endurance racing with Franco Marvulli and Leif Lamapter returning after impressive displays at Revolution 30. Ghent six winner Iljo Keisse is also confirmed and we welcome American riders Kit Karzan and Michael Creed.

The race programme will include a few twists with a special format for the Devil and Points Race. The teams will also race an Australian Pursuit where 8 riders will pursuit on the track at the same time - if riders are caught they are eliminated and the winner will be the rider to cover the 3km distance first.

Read more and get your tickets here.

Best shot from Revolution 30 at Manchester Velodrome last Saturday!

There’s a bunch more photos at British Cycling’s Flickr but this one was snapped by Jake Owens.

Check the recap of the event at Velodrome Shop.
Best shot from Revolution 30 at Manchester Velodrome last Saturday!

There’s a bunch more photos at British Cycling’s Flickr but this one was snapped by Jake Owens.

Check the recap of the event at Velodrome Shop.

Best shot from Revolution 30 at Manchester Velodrome last Saturday!

There’s a bunch more photos at British Cycling’s Flickr but this one was snapped by Jake Owens.

Check the recap of the event at Velodrome Shop.

GET INTO TRACK!


A message brought to you by British Cycling.

UK’s Revolution season opener was last Saturday at Manchester Velodrome featuring many of the fastest British track cycling talents and teams. One of the highlights of the night was definitely Sir Chris Hoy's amazing Keirin victory in this video.

Read the recap at Velodrome Shop and see some photos at Track Cycling UK.


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