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Six Day Berlin 2017


25 – 30 JANUARY 2018

Six Day Berlin returns 25 – 30 January 2018 – for its 107th edition. The world’s best riders will come to the Velodrom – Men, Women, Sprinters and U21s!

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This is what you can expect at Six Day Berlin: six nights of world class racing which comes thick and fast! Throughout the session our track centre DJ will keep the energy and volume levels up and our event presenters will keep you informed and entertained.

Timings and events are subject to change and this is not the final race schedule.

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Venue details:

Das Velodrom, Paul-Heyse-Straße 26 10407 Berlin

Find out more about the Velodrom here

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How to get to Velodrom

We recommend that visitors arrive by public transport. Click here for more information:]

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