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Win Tickets For the UCI Track Cycling World Cup in Glasgow

The sold-out UCI Track Cycling World Cup is coming to Glasgow on the 16-18 November. On behalf of the event's organisers, we have a fantastic money-can't-buy opportunity for two people to watch world-class competitive cycling at its best at the brand new Sir Chris Hoy Velodrome on Friday 16 November. The sport of cycling is at an all-time high since London 2012 and tickets for the Track Cycling World Cup sold out in less than one hour.

We are pleased to offer you the chance to win two tickets to watch the world's leading track cyclists compete in the first major international track cycling event in the UK since the Olympics.

For all the latest UCI Track World Cup Glasgow information visit www.trackworldcup.co.uk.

Follow us on Facebook and Twitter @TrackWorldCup #ontracktoglasgow and catch the action on the BBC.

CLOSING DATE: Monday 12th November 2012 23:23

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