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Six Day Series

The Six Day Series or Six Day Cycling Series is an annual series of track cycling events run by Madison Sports Group featuring world class cyclists. The series, organised for the first time in the 2016–17 season, was formed to develop an elite-level competition series around the globe and combines track cycling with a party atmosphere. The aim was to rejuvenate the once flagging format and provide enticing rewards for cyclists during the road cycling off season. The series initially comprised four meetings each season, held between October and April, each held on six consecutive days. Each ...

2015 Six Days of London

2015 Six Days of London was a professional track cycling event held at the Lee Valley VeloPark in October 2015. The event was held over six consecutive nights. The event was held in the same Velodrome as used during the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games. It followed the typical six-day racing format, involving teams of two male riders competing in a number of races each evening. The primary event in the six day competition is the madison, occurring twice per night, in which teams attempted to lap the field. The overall number of laps determined the winner of the completion, with ties being ...

2016 Six Days of London

2016 Six Days of London was a professional track cycling event held at the Lee Valley VeloPark over six consecutive days from 25 to 30 October 2016. It was the second year the event was held since the historical Six Days of London event was resurrected in 2015. Before the event, the organisers announced that the event was to form part of a "Six Day Series", with the London event being followed by events in Amsterdam, Berlin and Copenhagen, with a "final" then being held at the Palma velodrome in Mallorca.

Six Days of Bremen

The Six Days of Bremen is a six-day track cycling race held annually in Bremen, Germany. The event was first held in 1910 as a one-off event and as a regular event since 1965. It is held at the OVB Arena.

Six Days of Amsterdam

The Six Days of Amsterdam is a six-day track cycling race held at the Amsterdam Velodrome in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. The recordholder for the Six Days of Amsterdam is the Dutch cyclist Danny Stam with four victories. The most recent edition took place in 2016 and was won by Belgians Kenny De Ketele and Moreno De Pauw, their third Six Day victory as a duo.

Six Days of Atlantic City

The Six Days of Atlantic City was a six-day cycling event, held in Atlantic City, New Jersey. Two editions of the event were held; the first in 1909 and the second in 1932, won by track stars William Peden and Franco Giorgetti.

                                     

ⓘ Six-day races

  • Six - day cycling is a track cycling event that competes over six days. Six - day races started in Britain, spread to many regions of the world, were brought
  • this time with success. Five races were held in Germany in 1911 12. Brussels followed in 1912 and Paris in 1913. Six - day races continued to do well in Europe
  • The Six Day London is a six - day track cycling race held annually in London, United Kingdom. The competition consists of six consecutive evening sessions
  • elimination races with each 100 points awarding an extra lap. Alongside this, six sprinters raced every night in match sprint and keirin races There was
  • typical six - day racing format, involving teams of two male riders competing in a number of races each evening. The primary event in the six day competition
  • A Day at the Races is the fifth studio album by the British rock band Queen, released on 10 December 1976 by EMI Records in the United Kingdom and by Elektra
  • The Six Days of Ghent Dutch: Zesdaagse Vlaanderen - Gent is a six - day track cycling race held annually in Ghent, Belgium. It takes place in the Kuipke
  • organised by Ingo Schulze. Sri Chinmoy Races hosts several multi - day events annually in the US: six - and ten - day races a 3, 100 - mile 5, 000 km race, 700
  • Young Australian 6 Day Race is an ultramarathon race that takes place in Colac, Victoria. One of a small handful of Six Day races around the world, the
  • The Six Days of Newark was a former six - day cycling event, held in Newark, New Jersey. From 1910 to 1915 four editions of the Six Days were held. The
  • Cycling Union NWU prohibited to organise Six Day races There were many proposals to organise a Six Day race after the second world war but the fifth