Revolution Series organiser FACE Partnership has joined forces with digital technology consultancy Cognifide.
The new technology partnership has been put in place to help develop the online and digital platforms that form FACE’s cycling properties.
In 2017, FACE plans to take the Nocturne inner city cycling event to other international cities. This year marks the tenth anniversary of the London Nocturne race, which saw it move to a different circuit around Cheapside and St. Paul’s Cathedral; meanwhile, it has been revealed that Paris will host the first round of the Revolution Champions League at the Vélodrome National, which was the setting of the 2015 UCI World Track Championships.
James Pope, CEO of FACE Partnership commented: “We are excited to be working with Cognifide to develop our digital platforms as we expand our events into new markets. Their expertise will help us make the digital experience as good as the live experience, creating a more effective engagement with our fans before and after each event.”