Revolution 14 was a sell-out and many folks without tickets were turned away at the door. Tomorrow's event is also packed with stars such as Obree, Millar and Wiggins but there are still tickets available. The madison has been renamed the Isaac Galvez Memorial Madison in memory of the Spanish rider who died in the Gent Six Day series. PLUS: Click within for a YouTube highlights video of the last event, including helmet cam footage from PCA's Tony Gibb.

Tickets still available for Saturday’s Revolution

Tomorrow’s event – the third in this year’s Revolution series – features some of the worlds top track specialists, including cycling legend Graeme Obree.

The endurance programme goes back to track with six day specialists Danny Stam, Peter Schep, Iijo Keisse, Marco Villa and Franco Marvulli making the trip to the Manchester Velodrome. Bradley Wiggins will team up with Marvulli for the main event, the Isaac Galvez Memorial Madison which has been renamed in memory of the Spanish rider who had been scheduled to ride at this Revolution.

Wiggins will also try his hand at sprinting joining Craig MacLean and Jan Van Eijden to take on David Millar, Jamie Staff and Roberto Chiappa in a Flying Team Sprint head to head. The sprinters will then battle it out to stock up the wine cellar for Christmas in the Ravenswood sprint omnium.

Interspersed with the elite events will be the next round of the DHL Future Stars. For the first time ever the Future Stars boys will compete in a Madison providing an extra dose of hand slinging action.

Advance tickets can be purchased from the Revolution website or on the door.

A six minute video of Revolution 14 can be watched here.

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