The Six Day circus has moved on from Rotterdam to Bremen, but before we turn our eyes to Germany, there's a classic six that needs to play out its final two acts in the Netherlands. With four days down, there's only one thing left to do: the finale. Read on for the conclusion of this year's Rotterdam Six!
PEZ didn’t make day one, but it ended with Franco (Marvellous) Marvulli in the lead, partnered by big strong Dutch GreenEdge recruit, Jens Mouris. Franco is in the PEZ cabin along with Jesper Morkov and a ‘back to the fold’ Alex Rasmussen. Let's head back into the trenches into the singular world of the six day!
'Girls, girls, girls !' Sailor was the band but I can't remember the year - that's the tune for the ladies' points as night five swirls and flashes to life... We're into the final two days of the Rotterdam Six, there's racing, music, work, and team presentations on the docket - let's take a closer look at the finale!
Supermarkets! I hate them; but during a six when you have to go and do the shopping in the local mall, they're surreal. A six is it's own little world, a bubble, a parallel universe - the 'real' world of kids, shopping bags, window displays, hyper teenagers and long suffering husbands seems distant, unreal
Roadside:After what seems like a 10month build up, we saw the riders out on the course for the first time today. After a quick look at what the course had to offer we then did a meet and greet with some of the faces that will surely dominate the next three weeks of racing. It was day “T Minus One” in the heart of Rotterdam and Pez was there for the inside scoop.