The 2016 British Cycling National Road Championships will take place in Stockton-on-Tees.
The event, which typically attracts some of Britain’s best cyclists, will see champions crowned in the road and time-trial disciplines.
Following the successful 2015 event in Lincoln this year’s championships will take place from Thursday 23 - Sunday 26 June, beginning with the time trial launching from the historic Stockton High Street.
The time trial will take place on fully closed roads, taking in some of Stockton-on-Tees’ most beautiful villages and finishing on the recently redeveloped Stockton High Street, which will also host the Stockton Cycling Festival, a four-day celebration of all things cycling.
The road race will take on Sunday 26 June and once again focus on the historic Stockton High Street. Heading out of the urban centre of Stockton and into the leafy villages of Thorpe Thewles, Redmarsh and Carlton before returning to Stockton Town Centre. For a thrilling finale that will lap the historic River Tees and Stockton High Street.
For more information about the Stockton Cycling Festival visit www.stockton.gov.uk/cyclingfestival