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Ed On The Move – Rotterdam To Bremen

PeloPic: Ed Hood arrived in Rotterdam for the final night of the ‘6 Day’ to see Kenny De Ketele and Moreno De Pauw take the honors. Then the whole show had to hitch up and move on to Bremen for the next six days of action.

Kenny De Ketele and Moreno De Pauw

Rotterdam and the first six day of 2018 saw Belgians Kenny De Ketele and Moreno De Pauw pick up where they left of November in Gent. But doubling their winning margin to FOUR laps from two in Gent – yawn!

Wim Stroetinga and Yoeri Havik

In second spot were home boys Wim Stroetinga and Yoeri Havik. With French World Champions, Morgan Kneisky and Benjamin Thomas in third spot.

Morgan Kneisky and Benjamin Thomas

Next up comes Bremen on that tight little bahn. . .

The first laps of the Bremen track on Thursday evening

The circus moves 400 plus kilometers north to the huge seaport of Bremen and the Messe – exhibition centre – for the “party six day” with food, drink and DeeJays competing with the Dernys for the punters’ Euros.

It was finished in time for the ‘6 Day’

The hall goes from empty space to vibrant six day arena in just 48 hours.

Busy Bremen builders

PEZ is here and will be keeping you in the ‘road to nowhere’ loop for the next six days.

The Bremen ÖVB-Arena

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