On Saturday morning, 20 trucks rolled from Holland into Cremona, Italy, to build the 200m wooden velodrome that will be used for the Six Days of Cremona from February 6 to 11.
Technicians are hard at work to finish the building of the track by Sunday evening.
Fascinated by the quick assembly, Argentine Guillermo Berzins said, "It is almost unbelievable. In a few hours a velodrome can be born. The birth of this velodrome makes me even more excited going into the event."
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