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The season finale of Revolution in Manchester saw six-time Olympic Champion Jason Kenny return to racing for the first time since the Rio Olympics. The final race of the night sealed the Championship for Team Rowe & King as they stormed to victory in the Team Elimination putting them top of the table on 266 points ahead of WNT Rotor in second on 212 points. In the Men’s Championship Pedalsure won the title by 6 points from Team Inspired. Read More »


Another Winter closes in and the draw of the velodrome is too much to ignore. After taking in the London Six Day last year we swapped it out for the Revolution Series this year. With the opening round down in Lee Valley and the final to come in Manchester, just 6 weeks after, we will be getting closely acquainted with the cycling stars once more. Arguably the cream of the crop were to be found in the Women’s races with Lizzie Deignan making a rare excursion from the road to take on the likes Dani Rowe (nee King), Katie Archibald and Elinor Barker (and that is just the Brits). With Ed Clancy riding in the JLT Condor kit too we were guaranteed good racing. Read More »

Revolution Series Rd5 Manchester (11)Our first visit to the National cycling centre and the event everyone was waiting for was the special GB v Team Wiggins team pursuit which took place in the evening session. Team Wiggins would go on to win. There was all the usual fun too with two madison races, featuring Mark Cavendish prominently in both with one win, a whole suite of races for Hoy Future Stars Boys and Girls along with the fantastic Revolution Longest Lap. Add in to that the sprint competition where Matthew Rotherham riding for Maloja Pushbikers was in electric form and the elite women’s races where Laura Trott won all but one event, and it was an evening to remember. Read More »

Revolution Series R1 (122)Back to cycling once more and early season indoors action as the riders descended on the recently built Derby velodrome, to kick off the 2015/6 Revolution Series. This one had a bit more to offer than usual though as in the build-up to the Rio Olympics this was an early opportunity to start building up valuable UCI qualification points and it showed. The highlight was always set to be the madison which would see Bradley Wiggins and Mark Cavendish reunited for the event they last rode together, on their way to the 2008 World Championship. They did not fail to deliver! Read More »

Revolution Series R5 (102)After our first trip to the Lee valley Velodrome back in December 2014 we were back for round 5 of the Revolution Series where elite teams compete over a series of disciplines to earn points and ultimately they gain enough to win the series. With each team made up of two riders the Madison style events feature prominently and of course the iconic longest lap. Add to the mix UCI class sprinting, womens races and stars of the future (boys & girls) and there was a whole lot going on. The main results of the night were Ed Clancy and Oli Wood of JLT Condor dominating the Elite events, whilst Laura Trott won both races she started. Read More »