Track Racing

  1. Passion, Pace and Peanut Butter... the ELF fixed crit racing team

    Passion, Pace and Peanut Butter... the ELF fixed crit racing team
      The Red Hook Crit in Brooklyn this weekend marks the start of the international fixed gear crit racing season for 2018. Now in its 11th year, the event brings together over 450 riders from over 40 countries to race against each other on a closed circuit course on fixed-gear, brake-less track bikes. If you're lucky enough to be able...
  2. The Heart of 't Kuipke

    The Heart of 't Kuipke
    Cutting through the typically flat, grey Flemish morning en route to Gent, the motorway exit signs read like a history lesson in cycle racing; Kortrijk, Kuurne, Wevelgem, Oudenaarde, Petegem- a pick & mix of legendary bicycle race place-names rushing past like a slideshow at full tilt. With the kilometres ticking rapidly down there is one sign that remains a constant: Gent. A...
  3. Six Days of Ghent - Brimful of Belgian Greatness

    Six Days of Ghent - Brimful of Belgian Greatness
    Our first foray into Six Day racing was one of the finest bits of track action we'd seen in a long time; The Six Days of Ghent was about as pure as it gets for a cycling fan. A mix of thumping music, screaming Belgians, beer, and cycling in a historic velodrome was always going to be a good night...

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