DerbyWheel Advances with Successful Launch Phase Completion

DerbyWheel Advances with Successful Launch Phase Completion

DerbyWheel (DW), the innovative global Professional Keirin cycling concept, has triumphantly concluded the first stage of its initiation plan. Following a series of successful rider induction events held across Manchester, Melbourne, and Seoul, which saw participation from 343 cyclists from more than 26 countries, DerbyWheel is set to select its first cohort of riders. Throughout […]

Ghent Six-Day Race unveils an intriguing lineup of competitors

Ghent Six-Day Race unveils an intriguing lineup of competitors

The organisers of the Lotto Zesdaagse Vlaanderen-Gent have unveiled the complete lineup of participants for the upcoming edition of the track event. The Six Days of Ghent is set to take place from the 14th to the 19th of November at the Kuipke. Defending Champions Lindsay De Vylder and Robbe Ghys, last year’s winners, are […]

Jeffrey Hoogland smashes longstanding one-kilometre time-trial world record

Jeffrey Hoogland smashes longstanding one-kilometre time-trial world record

Jeffrey Hoogland etched his name into the annals of cycling history with a record-breaking performance in the one-kilometre time trial at the velodrome, as reported on Tuesday. The Dutch speedster redefined the limits of the track, posting an electrifying time of 55.433 seconds. This formidable display shattered the long-standing world record held by François Pervis […]

Vittoria Bussi smashes women’s hour record and breaks 50km barrier

Vittoria Bussi smashes women’s hour record and breaks 50km barrier

In a historic turn of events, Italian cyclist Vittoria Bussi reclaimed her women’s hour record, previously held by Dutch competitor Ellen Van Dijk. The feat was performed on the velodrome in Aguascalientes, Mexico, where Bussi shattered expectations and previous benchmarks by covering an astounding 50.267 km. The accomplishment didn’t merely regain the title for Bussi […]

Vittoria Bussi delays hour record attempt to this Friday

Vittoria Bussi delays hour record attempt to this Friday

After a last-minute cancellation of her initial attempt due to suboptimal track conditions in Aguascalientes, Mexico, Vittoria Bussi is rescheduled to challenge Ellen van Dijk’s world hour record this coming Friday, weather permitting. The 36-year-old Italian was no stranger to the record; she set the standard in September 2018 with a distance of 48.007 kilometres. […]

Global keirin series with huge £500k prize fund per event coming in 2024

Global keirin series with huge £500k prize fund per event coming in 2024

In a seismic shift for the world of track cycling, a new international Keirin racing competition known as DerbyWheel is slated to debut in April 2024. With events taking place in the UK, Australia, and Korea, the series is offering an eye-watering prize pot of $600,000 (£495,000) per event. Betting and Broadcast Mirroring the Japanese […]

Newport Velodrome: A Hub for Welsh Cycling Success

Newport Velodrome: A Hub for Welsh Cycling Success

The Newport Velodrome, also known as the Geraint Thomas National Velodrome of Wales, has played a pivotal role in the growth and success of Welsh cycling since its opening in 2003. This state-of-the-art facility has not only served as a training ground for elite cyclists but has also hosted numerous national and international events, cementing […]

Herne Hill Velodrome: A Legacy of Cycling Excellence

Herne Hill Velodrome: A Legacy of Cycling Excellence

Nestled in the heart of South London, the Herne Hill Velodrome has played a pivotal role in British cycling history for well over a century. As one of the oldest cycling tracks in the world, it has hosted countless professional cyclists and cultivated a lasting impact on the sport. In this article, we will delve […]

UCI Track Champions League kicks off new season

UCI Track Champions League kicks off new season

The second season of the UCI Track Champions League kicked off in Mallorca on November 12th, before heading to Berlin on 19th November and racing this weekend will be in St-Quentin-En-Yvelines. Rounds 4 and 5 will take place on successive days next weekend in London at the Lea Valley Velodrome used in the 2012 Olympics. […]