Phynova Six Day London is proud to announce some of the world’s top female cyclists will be gracing the Lee Valley VeloPark, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park this October as the Six Day event returns to London.
Fresh from her magnificent successes at both the Swedish Vårgårda road race and the RideLondon Classique this season, Phynova Six Day London can announce Kirsten Wild will be taking to the track this autumn to defend her 2017 title. Reigning treble World, European and National track champion Wild returns to the velodrome and is set to receive increased support this year, having recently signed for British team WNT-ROTOR Pro Cycling.
2018 has seen the continued rise of some fantastic British female cycling talent including Abbie Dentus who will take to the Phynova Six Day London track for the first time ever following her rapid ascent through the junior ranks over the past few years. Dentus currently rides with Team Breeze – British Cycling’s team for female academy riders – and has experienced huge success across both road and track racing.
Also joining the elite female field is current double Commonwealth World Champion, Amy Pauwels. With a host of road and track titles under her belt including two World Championships and two Commonwealth Games golds, Pauwels will be battling for the women’s medal titles at this year’s London event.
Returning to the Phynova Six Day London Omnium stage following last year’s performance is Megan Barker. With three impressive medals at the U23s Track European Championships to celebrate, this season is set to get even more exciting as she’s welcomed back to the Phynova Six Day London track.
Finally, heading to Stratford for the first time is Australian cyclist, Georgia Baker. Following on from her massive debuts in the Olympics and the Commonwealth Games, the endurance rider has now set her sights on Phynova Six Day London.
These are just some of the big names already set to take on races including the scratch, elimination and Madison this October.
From the 23rd to the 28th October, track cycling’s ultimate spectacle takes hold of the London sporting scene. Tickets are in hot demand for the Phynova Six Day event with Saturday night now sold out and other nights set to follow shortly. Returning for its fourth year, Phynova Six Day London is a truly unique and exhilarating cycling festival combining world class track racing with music and drinks to create a true party atmosphere.
Tickets are on sale here: https://www.ticketmaster.co.uk/sixdaylondon
See below for a full list of womens’ riders confirmed for this year’s event:
- Ash Ankudinoff (Australia)
- Georgia Baker (Australia)
- Megan Barker (Great Britain)
- Kristina Clonan (Australia)
- Abbie Dentus (Great Britain)
- Michaela Drummond (New Zealand)
- Nina Kessler (Netherlands)
- Michelle Lauge Quaade (Denmark)
- Shannon McCurley (Ireland)
- Tereza Neumanová (Czech Republic)
- Amy Louise Pauwels (Australia)
- Daria Pikulik (Poland)
- Wiktoria Pikulik (Poland)
- Rebecca Raybould (Great Britain)
- Petra Ševčíková (Czech Republic)
- Alice Sharpe (Ireland)
- Racquel Sheath (New Zealand)
- Kirsten Wild (Netherlands)
- Amalie Winther Olsen (Denmark)