Entries are still available for the 2013 City of Perth Women’s Grand Prix, the first round of the British Cycling National Women’s Road Series.
The two-day stage race in Scotland, on closed roads, takes place on the Saturday 6 April and Sunday April 7 2013.
The event is made up of three stages on fully closed roads and is fully supported by the local Perth & Kinross Council with the full backing of British Cycling and Scottish Cycling as organisers.
Stage one on the Saturday morning is a 50 mile road race on a five mile rolling circuit around the beautiful village of Forteviot before stage two on the Saturday evening is a short one mile time trial in the grounds of the picturesque Strathallan School in Forgandenny.
Stage three on the Sunday morning challenges riders to a one hour city centre criterium in and around the shops of beautiful downtown Perth.
The event is a new edition on the national calendar and is fully supported by the local Perth and Kinross Council with the full backing of British Cycling and Scottish Cycling as organisers.
Entries are still available to all categories of women bike racers with the fee including full board accommodation and food for two nights on 5 and 6 April 2013.
For further information contact race organiser Peter Clark at firstname.lastname@example.org.