Revolution starts tonight!

Revolution series. Derby Arena. August 2015

Wed 12 Aug 2015

The first round of the 2015/2016 Revolution series kicks off tonight at the new Derby Arena!

There's a whole host of big name riders taking to the boards over the weekend in competition in a bid to gain qualification points for the 2016 Rio Olympics, including Sir Bradley Wiggins, Mark Cavendish, Laura Trott, Ed Clancy and Jason Kenny. 

The event is split into 4 sessions, with different disciplines taking place on different days, highlights of the sessions are;

Session 1: Fri 14 Aug, 19:00 until approx 22:00 – Team Pursuit, Keirin 

Session 2: Sat 15 Aug, 11:15 until approx 17:15 – Omnium (Men and Women) 

Session 3: Sat 15 Aug, 19:00 until approx 22:00 – Omnium, Individual Pursuit, Revolution Longest Lap 

Session 4: Sun 16 Aug, 12:00 until approx 16:30 – Omnium, Sprint Finals, Madison

Tickets are selling fast so if you want to be there over the next 3 days, you'd better get in quick! 

UPDATES

Due to the large amount of heats taking place at the beginning of the Saturday afternoon's session, the programme has now been extended by 1 hour either side. Doors will now open at 11am, with racing starting at 11.15am.

If you are attending the Saturday afternoon sessions then please be advised that there is a football match on at the iPro Stadium, which is next door to Derby Arena. This means that parking at Derby Arena will either be limited or unavailable. Alternative parking will be available at Alvaston Park, which is 10 minute walk away from the Arena. This car parking is priced at £3.50 per car. Alvaston Park can be accessed from London Road (A6), for directions use DE24 8QQ. For driving instruction from the Arena to Alvaston park and walking instruction from Alvaston park back to Derby Arena see the download below.

PLEASE NOTE for session 3 (Saturday evening), parking will not be available at the Derby Arena until 5:45pm, due to the DCFC football match taking place at the iPro Stadium next door, please also be aware that there will be traffic congestion in and around Derby Arena from 4.45 to 5.30pm.

There is limited disabled parking at the Arena (subject to availability) which is due to the high number of people attending the Revolution Series and the Derby County home game taking place at the iPro Stadium. 

We would like to encourage all of our customers to use public transport, car share or walk where possible. Please leave plenty of time for your journey as we wouldn’t want you to miss any of the racing.

If you have any queries please email revolution@facepartnerships.com.