Thomas, Trott and Stannard to star at Revolution in Glasgow this weekend (video)

Sir Chris Hoy and David Millar will also be present for the event in Hoy's eponymous velodrome

Geraint Thomas, points race, Revolution Series, London, November 2015
(Image credit: Andy Jones)

Laura Trott, Geraint Thomas and Ian Stannard will head a stellar line-up at round four of the Revolution Series, which takes place this Saturday, November 28.

The event will also see special guest Sir Chris Hoy at the velodrome that carries his name in Glasgow.

Six time Olympic champion Hoy is attending to give support to the HOY Future Stars, who will race as part of the programme. There are even rumours that Hoy could race, and we know that he's stayed in great shape despite being retired.

Thomas has form in Scotland's second city, which is where he won gold in the Commonwealth Games last year.

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“I've got great memories of Glasgow from the Commonwealth Games on the road” he told Revolution.

“The Scottish fans are great and they are quite vocal so I'm expecting a real good atmosphere at Revolution”.

Thomas made his track return at round three in London. As ever he was popular with the crowd and even stopped off to sign autographs during the Longest Lap race.

Trott's main competition will come from home star and GB teammate Katie Archibald. Both are building towards the 2016 Rio Olympics and have shown the kind of form that will carry them to glory next summer.

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Jack Elton-Walters hails from the Isle of Wight, and would be quick to tell anyone that it's his favourite place to ride. He has covered a varied range of topics for Cycling Weekly, producing articles focusing on tech, professional racing and cycling culture. He moved on to work for Cyclist Magazine in 2017 where he stayed for four years until going freelance. He now returns to Cycling Weekly from time-to-time to cover racing, review cycling gear and write longer features for print and online. He is not responsible for misspelled titles on box outs, and he lost the argument about using UK spellings