Image: ©Matt Grayson
We've already shared our pictures from last week's Six Day London, but we've also come across these, from up and coming cycling photographer Matt Grayson. They're so good, and we loved the Six Day so much, that we just had to share them. We hope you enjoy them as much as we did.
Six Day London is only one of the major new events in global track cycling, alongside the UK’s Revolution Series and the...
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...
Last night Conquista attended the RBC V Series, where teams representing eighteen firms – mostly City institutions – raced in an Italian pursuit format around the closed roads of Canary Wharf. Each team had eight members, with one peeling off at the end of each of the first four laps, leaving the last four to race one final circuit to the finish.
All the teams had enjoyed the benefit of numerous full training days and evening seminars. Various luminaries of the cycling world (including, at one point, Shane Sutton) were recruited to guide participants down their “Performance Pathway”,...
Stage 5 of the Tour of Britain saw the peloton race from Aberdare Park in the Rhondda to a spectacular finish immediately outside the Royal Crescent in Bath. It was Kiwi Jack Bauer of Team Cannondale who took the victory after what was left of a ragged bunch just failed to catch the break before the line.
Conquista favourite Dan McLay finished in the top ten and took over the Chain Reaction Cycles Points Jersey.
Conquista was at the start and the finish today: take a look at our gallery below.
On another sultry September day, Conquista followed the pro peloton down the spine of Wales to be at the Royal Welsh Showground in Builth Wells, Powys for the finish of stage 4 of the 2016 Tour of Britain.
Dylan Groenewegen of Team LottoNL - Jumbo took the win, narrowly beating friend of Conquista Dan McLay, riding this week for the Great Britain Cycling Team.
Conquista star blogger Mark McNally came in with the second group after a long, hard day in the saddle.
Take a look at a few images from the immediate aftermath of stage 4.
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