VIDEO: Charge providing gold, silver and bronze bikes to winning riders

Red Bull brings world’s smallest velodrome to Scotland’s fixed gear riders

Fixed gear riders will have chance to show off their skills at Glasgow’s Old Fruit Market, courtesy of Red Bull.

On October 2nd the Red Bull Mini Drome – touted as the world’s smallest velodrome and built by Velotrack – will be open to fixed gear riders of all ages.

Charge is providing gold, silver and bronze custom bikes for the three winners, while all who qualify for the final rounds will receive a custom Musette Bag with goodies including a limited edition Charge Saddle.

“We’re excited to be part of Red Bull Mini Drome once again,” enthused Charge’s Neil Cousins. “After a thrilling and successful night at the last event in York Hall, London, we wanted to help bring even more to Glasgow.”

The Old Fruit market has a 400-person capacity and the event is free on a first-come, first served basis. A donation to the Glasgow Bike Shed or Wings for Life will be encouraged.

Here’s a clip of footage from the mini Velodrome’s trip to London earlier this year.

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