6 reasons to attend 6 Day Cycling

By iSportconnect | September 8, 2016

1)      Return to the Olympic VeloPark, case home of the London 2012 cycling events.

Centred on the iconic, sale award-winning, 6,000-seat velodrome, where Sir Chris Hoy and his Team GB and Paralympics GB compatriots set the London 2012 Games alight, Lee Valley VeloPark is the home of the 6-Day cycling event.

2)      See world class cycling talent compete

Sir Bradley Wiggins has announced he will join up with fellow British legend Mark Cavendish for the six-day event from October 25 to 30 and isn’t discounting another triumph to add to an already overflowing list.


3)      Goodbye Sir Bradley, Watch Bradley Wiggins in one of his last outings before retirement

Talking of Sir Bradley Wiggins, he has announced he will be retiring in November, so this could be one last opportunity to see him take to the bike.


4)      Great quality food, drink and hospitality

Sportsworld presents two exclusive VIP opportunities at Six Day London

Both hospitality packages take you to the centre of the track, deep inside the arena.  Providing you with a remarkable viewing location and granting you unrivalled proximity to the World’s best riders, our VIP areas ensure that you are right at the heart of the electric atmosphere and all of entertainment that goes with it. A uniquely Six Day experience, you won’t have watched sport like this before.


5)      Experience the unique atmosphere of 6-day cycling

Six Day events also offer a unique, party like atmosphere, providing great music and entertainment as a backdrop to the drama on the track.


6)      Round off a summer of sport following a successful Rio Games for GB cycling.

Great Britain topped the cycling medal table, winning six gold medals on the track, including three between Laura Trott and Sir Bradley Wiggins.

The British team won five gold medals, four silver and one bronze in nine out of 10 track cycling events.


Hospitality tickets for 6 Day Cycling are still available to book through Sportsworld HERE