Berlin Six Day: The biggest thighs in the business

Updated 1546 GMT (2346 HKT) March 7, 2016
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Are these the biggest thighs in sport? Harry Engels/Getty Images Europe/Getty Images
Quite possibly ... they belong to German cyclist Robert Forstemann, who is an Olympic medalist and former world champion. Forstemann was recently in action at the Berlin Six Day event. Alex Livesey/Getty Images Europe/Getty Images
How big? Forstemann (center) is pictured standing alongside Nicholas Njisane of Trinidad (left) and Australia's Shane Perkins in November 2013. ANDREW YATES/AFP/AFP/Getty Images
The Berlin Six Day event is a little known gem on the sporting calendar. Olaf Wagner/Bongarts/Bongarts/Getty Images
The famous 'Devil,' who attends many major cycling events such as the Tour de France, also pitches up in Berlin. CNN/Paul Gittings
Kenny de Ketele (right) and his partner Moreno de Pauw were the first all-Belgian winners in Berlin since 1977. Arne Mill/Madison Sports Group
The Berlin event has always attracted stars from other sports, with German Olympic swimming ace Franziska van Almsick starting the 2002 edition. Olaf Wagner/Bongarts/Bongarts/Getty Images
Ever the showman, American sprinter Nate Koch stripped to the waist for the audience at the London Six Day race last October. He repeated those antics in Berlin. Bryn Lennon/Getty Images Europe/Getty Images
The riders and officials gather before the start of the 105th staging of the Berlin Six Day. Paul Gittings/CNN
Matt Gittings (GB) and Swiss pacer Rene Aebi compete in the Steher racing. Ed Hood/PezCycling News