Just days after finishing second in the Ghent Six Day, Mark Cavendish and Iljo Keisse are back in action this week in Zurich and, unlike the Belgium race, there is a live stream of the action in Switzerland.
Cavendish apologised earlier this week for not winning in Ghent, where he and Omega Pharma-QuickStep teammate Keisse were runner up to Kenny de Ketele and Jasper De Buyst, but the former world champion almost had a run-in with a cat on the track.
The Manx Missile arrived at Zurich Airport this morning to find that his bike unfortunately didn’t fit on the trolleys provided.
Once in the Swiss city he wasted no time in preparing for the six-day meet, posting a selfie of himself having a massage.
Second place at the Ghent Six-Day for Mark Cavendish and partner Iljo Keisse behind Kenny de Ketele and Jasper De
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Six-Day track legend and Ghent race director Patrick Sercu says Mark Cavendish's track appearance is good for the event, and