WOMEN'S Night drew many spectators to an action-packed program of athletics and cycling at the Bendigo International Madison on Saturday night.
A highlight was the second women's madison in which Jess Mundy and Bella King ruled the track.
It was back-to-back titles for King after she teamed with Ashlee Ankudinoff to win a year earlier.
The Regional Academy of Cycling Excellence and T.D.T. Training teamed up to sponsor the madison which was contested by eight teams.
Among the many who were trackside at the Tom Flood Sports Centre were those at the women.i.s.e. function in the corporate area.
Ankudinoff was all smiles after winning the Bee Happy Orthodontics women's 1600m cycling final.
On the athletics track, Bendigo teenager Kaitlyn Bryce put in a superb performance to win the Sportzbiz novice 400m.