Cavendish flowers
(Image credit: LUC CLAESSEN)

Mark Cavendish, Rob Hayles and Chris Newton all return to Revolution on January 12 to add some experience to the endurance racing which has so far this season been dominated by the excellent British Cycling Academy.

Cavendish (pictured), now riding as High Road Sports, had a turbulent start to his track season with a disappointing performance at the Gent Six Day and under his own admission ?struggled to find his track legs? after a long road season. However, the Manx star returned to form with a podium place in the Madison at the Beijing World Cup.

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