Record number of Scottish riders to compete at Glasgow Revolution

Record number of Scottish riders to compete at Glasgow Revolution


On Saturday, 31st January, 30 Scottish riders will take to the boards of the Sir Chris Hoy Velodrome to compete in Round Four of the Revolution Series in Glasgow.

A packed race programme will see UCI races for Elite Sprint and Women's Endurance, as well as the continuation of the Revolution Elite Championship and HOY Future Stars split across the afternoon and evening session. The racing will also include the popular new edition to the race programme this season - the Revolution Longest Lap.

In the men’s sprint John Paul, Jonathan Mitchell and Jack Carlin will compete for the Scotland Cycling Team, alongside British National Sprint Champion, Callum Skinner. 

In the male endurance events Ruari Yeoman and Andy Brown will compete for the Scotland cycling Team, Phil Trodden and Jack Barrett for the Rigmar Racers, Andrew Whitehall and Angus Gillies for NFTO, Ryan Fenwick and Lewis Mulholland for SKY, Stuart Balfour  for JLT Condor and Finlay Young and Fraser Martin will compete for Polypipe. 

In the women’s endurance events Commonwealth Games cyclists Charline Joiner, Jenny Davis and Silver medallist Louise Haston, will be joined by Kayleigh Brogan and new comer Neah Evans.

The Future stars event will also be packed with Scottish riders including Lewis Stewart, Amber King, Matthias Barnet, Joe Nally, Grant Martin, Sarah Bradford, Rhona Callander, Rosa Martin and Lulu Bartlett.

The Elite riders competing for the Scotland cycling Team will also be debuting new Scottish Cycling team kit for the first time.

Tickets are still available for the event using the below links.

Afternoon session | 13:00 to 16:00 |  click here to buy tickets

Evening session | 19:00 to 22:30 |  click here to buy tickets

Click here to download the event manual