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Six Day London 2018 – Day 4 in pictures

27 October 2018

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It was the most dramatic day yet.

Day 4 was a bonkers mix of riders hustling and bustling their way through the field as they fought dramatically for points, places and prizes.

We just can’t resist these morning shots. Just look at how beautiful it is.

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There seems to be a bit of a bromance developing between Shane Perkins and Nate Koch. Such warmth in the eyes!

Another member of Six Day, cycling and sporting royalty was in the house as well. Sir Bradley Wiggins on presenting and commentary duties!

One of the wins of the night was from young Irishman Fintan Ryan, who tore round the outside to snatch the 40-lap Derny win. Savour the moment!

Another blow was landed in the battle for the sprinting crown. Max Levy had sent the fans into raptures earlier in the night with another record-breaking time trial, but Robert Foerstemann’s all-out aggression won him a key sprint final between the pair.

And we’re pretty sure he enjoyed it!

The women’s racing kicked off with a bang with barely anything in it between Kirsten Wild and Georgia Baker.

But this lot are hot on their heels in what promises to be an enthralling final two days.

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