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North American cycling fans can now watch the world's best cyclists, including Mark Cavendish, Elia Viviani and Laura Kenny, racing at Six Day events, following a broadcast partnership between the Madison Sports Group and FloSports. Fans can subscribe to FloBikes to watch the Six Day Series live and on-demand in addition to the robust calendar of road and cyclocross events.

MSG chief executive James Durbin commented: “The profile of Six Day Series has increased steadily since launch in 2015, largely down to our broadcast partner strategy. We have grown our global audience year-on-year through tactical multi-territory and local broadcast deals spanning free-to-air and paid channels, which has in-turn strengthened our ability to negotiate commercial partnerships. 

"Our aim is to deliver an innovative best-in-class experience for viewers at home, across all platforms and devices. Cycling at the Olympics and Commonwealth Games drives high TV ratings and with it being an Olympic year next year, we believe the 2019/20 season will deliver our highest ratings to date."

The Six Day Series 2019/20 season started in London on October 22 with six nights of exhilarating racing featuring the world’s elite cyclists, and resumes in Berlin starting on January 23, 2020. Check out FloBikes' 2019-2020 track schedule, plus learn more about the unique format of six day racing below.

Start DateEnd DateEventAvailable TerritoriesEvent Ranking
10/22/201910/27/2019Six Day: LondonUSA & Canada
11/3/201911/4/2019UCI Track World Cup: MinskCanada OnlyWorld Cup
11/8/201911/10/2019UCI Track World Cup: GlasgowCanada OnlyWorld Cup
11/29/201912/1/2019UCI Track World Cup: Hong KongCanada OnlyWorld Cup
12/6/201912/8/2019UCI Track World Cup: CambridgeCanada OnlyWorld Cup
12/13/201912/15/2019UCI Track World Cup: BrisbaneCanada OnlyWorld Cup
1/17/20201/17/2020UCI Track World Cup: CambridgeCanada OnlyWorld Cup
1/23/20201/28/2020Six Day: BerlinUSA & Canada
1/24/20201/26/2020UCI Track World Cup: MiltonCanada OnlyWorld Cup
1/30/20202/4/2020Six Day: CopenhagenUSA & Canada
2/26/20203/1/2020UCI Track World ChampionshipsCanada Only

World Championship

3/3/20193/5/2019Six Day: BrisbaneUSA & Canada
3/6/20193/8/2019Six Day: Hong KongUSA & Canada
3/13/20203/15/2020Six Day: ManchesterUSA & Canada


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What is Six Day Racing? 

Here's everything you need to know about six day track racing.

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Everything You Need To Know About The Six Day Series
Flying Madison Time Trial
Derny Race
Derny Final
Keirin
Flying Lap
Points Race
Madison
200m Flying Time Trial
Madison Final Chase
Team Elimination Race
Women's Elimination Race
Scratch Race
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