Six Day Virtual Series 2 – Elite Women Day 2
27th March 2021
Day 2 began with Danish rider Amalie Winther Olsen out in front. However, coming into the Points Race, former World Champion Jarmila Machačová was also looking to stamp her authority on the competition. Read the race report below or...
What is the
six day series?
The lights get turned down and the music turned up, as Six Day Cycling combines the very best in track cycling with an incredible party atmosphere. Expect the action to come thick and fast as our track centre DJ keeps the party going before, during and after the racing.
The ultimate showcase of track cycling!
“Six Day Cycling epitomizes the world of sports entertainment through its unique blend of bikes beats and beers. It is the ultimate showcase of track cycling!”
The dream for track cyclists
"Racing my bike in front of thousands of people, on some of the best velodromes in the world - the international Six Day circuit is the dream for track cyclists."
The Six Day races are a species of their own.
"Think world-class bike racing, music that makes you want to throw down on the dance floor, and all of it is being powered by the most electrifying crowd of spectators you've ever seen."
It’s unlike anything else
"When the crowd is having such a blast, that atmosphere helps us riders hit another level; it’s unlike anything else."
"It’s a fantastic event for the crowd and the atmosphere is always amazing in the velodrome."
Laura Kenny is the most decorated female track cyclist in the history of the Olympic Games.
The four-time Olympic Champion is Great Britain’s most successful-ever female athlete, with seven World Championships and 12 European Championship titles to her name.
In the world of Six Day Sprinting, Max Levy reigns supreme. At the 2019 edition of Six Day London Levy smashed not one but two records as he cruised to searing laps of 9.871 and 9.817 seconds in the 200m Flying Time Trials.
Claiming overall victory in London and Berlin in 2019, Levy is the sprinter to watch at any Six Day event.
The ‘Manx Missile’ is a fan favourite having competed at three previous Six Day London events. Partnering with Bradley Wiggins in 2016, Pete Kennaugh in 2017 and more recently Owain Doull, Cavendish is still on the hunt for his first Six Day London title having finished second on all previous occasions.
The former Madison World Champion classes Six Day racing as one of his favourite events to compete at.