Cycling-Champions League heralds 'mind-blowing' new era for track cycling, say organisers

LONDON (Reuters) - The launch of a new Champions League format will elevate track cycling to another level and attract a wider fanbase when it launches in November, organisers believe.

Starting in Mallorca, the six-round UCI Track Champions League in conjunction with Discovery-owned broadcaster Eurosport will have the world's fastest track stars go head-to-head in a condensed, adrenaline-fuelled format optimised for television.

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