Olympic and world champions Ed Clancy, Morgan Kneisky and Andy Tennant headline the list of elite riders who will appear at the Good Friday Meeting at the Lee Valley VeloPark.
Current world madison champion Kneisky will grace the track that he hopes to retain his title on in 2016, while young British sprinter Lewis Oliva will also feature in the elite races.
Clancy, who is an ambassador for the Good Friday Meeting, said: “I’m really looking forward to this year’s Good Friday Meeting. The start list is really competitive, with some great riders, so the track action promises to be as good as ever.
“Riding at the Lee Valley Velodrome is always fun, so it will be great to get back on the track.”
The meeting is a chance to see a host of top quality racing, from the elite riders down to the club-level amateurs. Tickets start at £11.25 for the day of action and can be bought from the event's website.
Elite riders participating in the Good Friday Meeting:
Ed Clancy – 2x Olympic gold medalist (GBR)
Morgan Kneisky – Current World Champion (FRA)
Andy Tennant – World & European champion (GBR)
Leif Lampater – 2x Madison World Cup winner (GER)
Marcel Kalz – 5x German National Champion (GER)
Christian Grasmann – German National Champion (GER)
Nico Hesslich – German National Champion (GER)
John Paul – World Junior Champion (GBR)
Jeffrey Hoogland – Dutch 200m record holder (NED)
Lewis Oliva – 3x British National Champion (GBR)
Jody Cundy – World & Paralympic Champion (GBR)
Nolan Hofmann - World Silver medalist (RSA)
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