October 30, 2016 0 Comments
This week has been all about the Six Day London, where some of the world's finest track cyclists took to the boards of the Lee Valley Velodrome, site of the Olympic triumphs of Team GB at London 2012.
All week the headlines were dominated by UCI World Madison Champions Sir Bradley Wiggins and Mark Cavendish, who led the field going into the final day. But Belgian defending champions Kenny De Ketele and Moreno De Pauw hadn't read the script, and managed to take a lap back in the dying stages of Sunday's action, giving them the win for the second year running.
In the women's omnium, Katie Archibald was the whole story - racking up win after win to take the title with ease.
Conquista was on site all week, soaking up the action and atmosphere, as the on-track action was accompanied by a spectacular light show and tunes from Martin 2 Smoove from Ministry of Sound.
Check out our gallery of images.
April 30, 2021 0 Comments
Mark Cavendish’s welcome return to victory has led to calls for the Briton to be selected for the Tour de France, including the #CavToTheTour push on Twitter. There is a considerable emotional appeal to him taking part, but is it practical?
April 23, 2021 0 Comments
Earlier this week l’Equipe reported that last year’s Tour runner-up Primož Roglič would have a two month break from racing prior to the French event. That approach goes against the trend of all recent Tour winners, yet Jumbo-Visma believes that this route is the best one to take. Is the team right?
April 16, 2021 0 Comments
The Richard Freeman investigation may have concluded, but there is a sense that questions about British Cycling may only be multiplying. As WADA begins to delve into the federation’s past, Conquista speaks to one whistleblower about his ongoing concerns and where he believes previous enquiries have fallen short.