The World Cycling Revival gears up for Herne Hill Velodrome to the delight of local riders
Joe Robinson 9 May 2018 The World Cycling Revival will see many descend onto the Herne Hill Velodrome and that's something Germaine Burton is pretty proud of Graeme Obree was tucked down on his new Old Faithful. Now made out of the side of an oven, as opposed to his washing machine, he cruised around the sun-kissed Herne Hill Velodrome no different to twenty years prior. Once Obree had left the track, Brompton Bicycle's managing director Will Butler-Adams raced a CHPT 3 edition folding bike around the track followed by five local track riders imitating a Keirin race, shooting themselves out of the slipstream of the trundling derny bike. It was all a taste of what will be happening in the newly-saved South London track next month. From 14th to 16th June, the World Cycling Revival will be celebrating the 200th anniversary of the bicycle and it will also be ...
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