With thanks to Wei Yuet Wong, we present another sequence of images from the racing in France… where world records have been broken, wonderful racing contested, and rainbow jerseys presented. François Pervis gave the home crowd plenty to cheer with his stunning display of speed in the keirin final. Anna Meares may have conceded a gold medal in her ‘pet event’ – the 500m TT – but she was back on the podium to collect a silver medal, finishing the two-lap race in 33.42, just shy of the time of the new world champion Anastasia Voynova from Russia (33.15).

The teams pursuits were another brilliant display of prowess from the masters of endurance. The Australian women smashed the world record to beat Team GB and the New Zealand men held on to win an epic contest with Team GB a short while later. See the splits here… and admire what speed was held over the 4,000m of this wonderful event.

Today, we present Wei Yuet Wong’s photos in a sequence rather than a slideshow (below)… and we thank Cervélo for their support of this coverage by our roving Singaporean photographer.













































Big thanks to Cervélo Australia for their sponsorship of the galleries from France.

Cervélo has grown from the dreams of budding engineers working out of a garage to a company with more engineers than bike models, using the same tools and techniques as the most advanced Formula 1 teams. We are passionate about Track racing and our desire to offer the most advanced and aerodynamic bikes on offer extends to the track specific T4 bike. Cervélo is proud to bring to coverage in association with RIDE Media of the 2015 UCI world track championships in France.