The second round of the UK Revolution Series took place in Glasgow with the new format of Men's Elite, Women's Elite, Sprinter's Omnium and Hoy Future Stars again proving a bit hit with the crowd.
The first session saw Men's and Women's Points Races that went down to the final Sprint while the
The 14th Revolution Series kicked off in Manchester last night with some of the biggest changes to the format since it began. The three rounds of this year’s Elite Men’s Championship are now a qualifier for the new Revolution Champion’s League and, while women’s racing has long been a key
The final round of the 2015-16 Revolution Series took place in Manchester on the 23rd of January and saw top class fields in the Men’s Sprint and Endurance events and the Women’s Endurance – as well as the usual high intensity riding from the Hoy Future Stars Boys and Girls.
Full results from Revolution 57 - Round 3 2015-16 Revolution UK Series - Manchester 24 January 2016
Report and photos UCI Sprint Qualifying 1 ROTHERHAM, Matthew GBR 10.144 2 FORSTEMANN, Robert GER 10.146 3 OLIVA, Lewis GBR 10.151 4 SCAMMELL, Thomas GBR 10.305 5 OWENS, Ryan GBR 10.354 6 JOLIFFE, Alex GBR 05.299 10.661 7 SUOZZI, Dominic USA 10.673 8 LIGTLEE,
The final day of competition at this most unusual of Revolutions saw the conclusion of bith Omnium competitions, Men's and Women's Keirins and the return of Cav and Wiggo to the Madison. A fitting finale to three days of racing in Derby. Photos by Chris Maher
The evening session of Day 2 was dominated by the conclusion of the Sprint competitions, the ever popular Omnium Elimination Races and the Revolution's newest old favourite, the Longest Lap
Day two in Derby would see the Men's and Women's Omniums kick off - with Mark Cavendish making his debut in one and Laura Trott resuming battle in the other as well as the Men's Individual Pursuit - and the Sprint competitions which would see Francois Pervis and Jason Kenny