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Revolution Returns

2006 - 2007

Manchester Velodrome, UK

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Revolution returns to the Manchester Velodrome on Saturday 14th October with season 4 promising more action and more star riders than ever before. The season win run a little differently this year to work alongside the Manchester World Cup which will be held in February 2007. Consequently we will have three Revolutions before Christmas with our first Christmas Revolution on the 16th December.

The action will kick off on October 14th with the next event scheduled for Saturday November 18th. Following the December event the final Revolution of season 4 will take place on Saturday 20th January.

Tickets are available now online or by calling the dedicated ticket line on (UK number) 07005 942 579. Tickets can also be purchased from the Manchester Velodrome.

Season tickets are also available for Revolution season 4 offering a discount on entry to each event and access via the VIP entrance. For more information on the season ticket see www.cyclingrevolution.com.


Season 4 Dates: 

Saturday  October      14th    2006
Saturday  November   18th    2006
Saturday  December  16th    2006
Saturday  January      20th   2007



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