Former Tour de France winner Sir Bradley Wiggins and British cycling’s golden couple Jason Kenny and Laura Trott will all wow Manchester velodrome audiences at the national track championships later this month.
Liam Phillips, 2013 BMX world champion, moved to Manchester seven years ago and is currently preparing for the July 21-25 World Championships to be held at Circuit Zolder in Belgium, a site better known for its Formula 1 pedigree.
Manchester’s National Cycling Centre is cultivating a ‘production line of success’ according to its Velodrome Manager.
Great Britain’s Liam Phillips, the current world champion, will be competing in front of the near sell-out crowd
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The 26-year-old made it six straight wins.
The Olympian faces Alex Lane in the quarter-finals.
The championships start at the Velodrome tomorrow.
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