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REVOLUTIONS


A quick taste of the action at Revolution last Saturday. This is the fifth week of filmmaker Gavin Hopkins' challenge to shoot a short video every week this year.

See the rest of his videos on Vimeo.
REVOLUTION 40 

Congratulations to Matt Baranoski for his Keirin and Sprint victories in front of a sold-out stadium crowd at the brand spankin’ new Sir Chris Hoy Velodrome in Glasgow.

Check out more winning shots from last night’s Revolution event at Track Cycling UK.
REVOLUTION 40 

Congratulations to Matt Baranoski for his Keirin and Sprint victories in front of a sold-out stadium crowd at the brand spankin’ new Sir Chris Hoy Velodrome in Glasgow.

Check out more winning shots from last night’s Revolution event at Track Cycling UK.

REVOLUTION 40 


Congratulations to Matt Baranoski for his Keirin and Sprint victories in front of a sold-out stadium crowd at the brand spankin’ new Sir Chris Hoy Velodrome in Glasgow.

Check out more winning shots from last night’s Revolution event at Track Cycling UK.
SIR CHRIS HOY VELODROME 

A brand new indoor velodrome is being built in Glasgow, Scotland for the 2014 Commonwealth Games.  Named after Scotland’s most successful Olympian, the 250-meter track is being being built to international standards and will be the fourth of its kind in the United Kingdom (after Manchester, Newport and London).

Check out Cycling Weekly for more photos of how the construction process is coming along.
SIR CHRIS HOY VELODROME 

A brand new indoor velodrome is being built in Glasgow, Scotland for the 2014 Commonwealth Games.  Named after Scotland’s most successful Olympian, the 250-meter track is being being built to international standards and will be the fourth of its kind in the United Kingdom (after Manchester, Newport and London).

Check out Cycling Weekly for more photos of how the construction process is coming along.

SIR CHRIS HOY VELODROME


A brand new indoor velodrome is being built in Glasgow, Scotland for the 2014 Commonwealth Games. Named after Scotland’s most successful Olympian, the 250-meter track is being being built to international standards and will be the fourth of its kind in the United Kingdom (after Manchester, Newport and London).

Check out Cycling Weekly for more photos of how the construction process is coming along.


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