Six Day racing comes to Melbourne: What you need to know

Supported by Australia’s international road season might be over, but the Aussie summer of cycling is not. Six Day Melbourne is set to kick off on Thursday February 7, with local cycling fans turning their attention to the boards. A modern take on a traditional track cycling format, the Six Day Series is fast growing in popularity, … The post Six Day racing comes to Melbourne: What you need to know appeared first on CyclingTips .

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