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Six Day London 2019

The lights get turned down and the music turned up, as the world's best track riders do battle across six nights of epic racing, all set to a thrilling soundtrack.

Phynova Six Day London is set to return to the capital for its fifth year. Be there as top international riders face off in the velodrome at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park amidst a party atmosphere. Races span men's and women's elite competition - including keirin, Madison chase, derny, flying time trials and much more.

Six Day in numbers:

  • 32 of the best riders including World, Olympic and European Champions make up...
  • 16 teams of 2 who compete across...
  • 5 disciplines including elimination race, time trials and Madisons set over...
  • 6 days of competition until...
  • 1 winner is crowned on the final night!

Tuesday 22 Oct from £19.00
STANDARD TICKETS FROM £19.00 » MADISION BAR HOSPITALITY TICKETS £114 »

This schedule is provisional and subject to change.

Wednesday 23 Oct from £19.00
STANDARD TICKETS FROM £19.00 » MADISION BAR HOSPITALITY TICKETS £114 »

This schedule is provisional and subject to change.

Thursday 24 Oct from £19.00 Friday 25 Oct from £36.00 Saturday 26 Oct from £36.00
STANDARD TICKETS FROM £36.00 » MADISON BAR - TRACK CENTRE ACCESS £141 »

This schedule is provisional and subject to change.

Sunday 27 Oct £36.00
STANDARD TICKETS FROM £36.00 » MADISON BAR - TRACK CENTRE ACCESS £141 »

This schedule is provisional and subject to change.

FAQs

What is Phynova Six Day London?

Phynova Six Day London is part of the Six Day Series which not only sees an event in London, but includes Berlin, Copenhagen, Brisbane, Melbourne, Hong Kong and Manchester.

For cycling fans, there's nothing like seeing your favourite riders take on the toughest test in track cycling, across six gruelling days of elite competition.

When did Six Day begin?

Six Day got its start back in 1878 at the Islington Agricultural Hall where riders attempted to complete 1,000 miles over six full days. It ran in London on and off in various forms and places until 1980. After a 35-year absence, Six Day London was resurrected in 2015 and has been making its home at Lee Valley Velo Park ever since.

When does Phynova Six Day London start and end?

This year's Phynova Six Day London runs from Tuesday 22 - Sunday 27 October 2019.

What times does Phynova Six Day London begin and finish?

On Tuesday - Saturday doors open at 17:30, with the races usually getting underway around 18:00. The action tends to wrap up between 22:30 and 23:00. On Sunday doors open at 15:30 and racing runs into the early evening, finishing with the hour-long Final Madison.

What events can I see there?

The schedule for Phynova Six Day London is divided into men's, women's and sprinters categories. The men compete in teams of two across the six days, and there's a women's event across three days as well as the best under 21 talent around. Specific events include the Madison (named after Madison Square Gardens), elimination, derny, women's omnium, 200-metre time trial and keirin.

Where is Phynova Six Day London held?

It's held at Lee Valley Velo Park in Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. Get there by rail, bus, bike or taxi. The nearest station is Stratford/Stratford International, which is served by the Jubilee and Central lines as well as the DLR and National Rail. Several bus routes connect to Stratford with the key ones being the 388, 308, 339, 97 and N205. Cycle routes connect Lee Valley VeloPark to the area and you can also see Sustrans National Cycle Network Route 1 and Cycle Superhighway CS. Driving is not recommended due to very limited car parking atthe venue.

What were the Phynova Six Day London 2018 results?

Topping the leaderboard in the men's competition after The Final Madison were Yoeri Havik and Wim Stroetinga of the Netherlands with 451 points, followed by Leigh Howard and Kelland Michael O'Brien of Australia with 443 points and Roger Kluge and Theo Reinhardt of Germany with 439 points. The top three women were Georgia Baker with 232 points, Ash Andkudinoff with 194 points and Kirsten Wild with 184 points. For sprinters, the top three challengers were Maximilian Levy with 293 points, Robert Förstemann with 272 points and Shane Perkins with 202 points.

What are some highlights from past Phynova Six Day London events?

The inaugural Six Day London 2015 event featured strong contenders that included French two-time world Madison champion Morgan Kneisky and German scratch race world champion Lucas Liss.

Sir Bradley Wiggins made his last UK track appearance at Six Day London 2016 while Six Day London 2017 featured incredible performances from riders like the Australian Olympic gold medallists Cameron Mayer and Callum Scotson as well as Mark Cavendish and Peter Kennaugh.

Can I buy tickets for Phynova Six Day London now?

Tickets for Phynova Six Day London 2019 are on sale now.

What types of tickets are available?

Phynova Six Day London 2019 tickets can be purchased for the six individual days of the competition. There are adult and junior (under 16s) tickets.

Are Phynova Six Day London hospitality packages available?

Yes, the Madison Bar Hospitality ticket allows you access to the Inner Circle with track centre views of the finish line and a chance to rub shoulders with the riders. Phynova Six Day London hospitality also includes a dedicated VIP entrance, a table for your party in the heart of the action, pit walks hosted by an expert, a Champagne reception, complimentary premium bar, premium food served to your table and an official programme.

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