Katie Archibald column: 'It was a pretty savage race, bodies everywhere'

As the big races in the track season rapidly approach, Katie Archibald gets in some Madison action with mixed results

Katie Archibald.

Olympic and world champion, Katie Archibald got into cycling after winning handicap races on a Highland Games grass track. She writes a column for Cycling Weekly each week

I was racing in Glasgow recently. My last race before the European Track Championships (October 19-22) was always going to be on my home track, though I was expecting it to be at the first round of the Revolution Series.

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