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  • Wednesday March 2, 2011

    If you ever decide to promote a six day race there’s a check list you’ll have to go through. Start with a short steep indoor track; the best riders you can afford; food and drink concessions; a cool light show; a good ‘speaker’; maybe some live acts – but one of your key ingredients will be music. A six day final chase with no music would be unthinkable – be it live jazz in Grenoble, 70’s disco in Gent or funky trombones in Rotterdam, you need ‘sounds.’ Enter Peter Traynor.

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