Red Bull Mini Drome took the high road this weekend and headed to Scotland for its second outing of 2012 at Edinburgh’s College of Art. See how the competition went down and get the wheel deal on the action here.
Scotland welcomed the return of the world’s smallest velodrome this weekend as 32 of the world’s top fixed gear riders competed to become the Red Bull Mini Drome Champion at Edinburgh’s College of Art. The event also introduced a female final, a first in Red Bull Mini Drome’s history!
Semi’s action – courtesy of cheza2127!
Toms Alsberg finished in first place and was crowned champion for the fourth time with Martin Betchley in second place and Ricky Crompton from Manchester in third.
It wasn’t just the boys who got to celebrate though as for the first time in its history Red Bull Mini Drome gave the ladies their glory with a dedicated final for the fastest female riders. This saw Astrid Narud from Berlin take the crown after a challenging race where she was closely pursued by UK entrant and cycling queen Anna Glowinski.
1st place – Toms Alsberg
2nd place – Martin Betchley (Edinburgh)
3rd place – Ricky Crompton (Manchester)
Women’s Champion: Astrid Narud
For more info check out the Red Bull Mini Drome minisite!