On Wednesday 9 July, Hull will host the 2014 British Cycling National Circuit Race Championships, just a few days after the Tour de France Grand Depart takes place in Yorkshire.
As one of the pinnacle events on Britain’s elite road racing calendar, the championships are fiercely contested by the country’s top professional riders who will be battling it out for the honour of wearing the red, white and blue striped jersey of British national champion for the next 12 months.
Many high profile riders have topped the podium at the National Circuit Race Championships over the years, including 2011 road world champion Mark Cavendish and Olympic medallists Ed Clancy, Lizzie Armitstead, Joanna Rowsell and Dani King.
5.30pm - Women’s rider/team presentation
6.15pm - Women’s race start (50 minutes plus 5 laps) - Start list
7.15pm - Women’s race finish
7:20pm - Women’s podium presentation
7.30pm - Men’s rider/team presentation
8.15pm - Men’s race start (50 minutes plus 5 laps) - Start list
9.15pm - Men’s race finish
9.20pm - Men’s podium presentation