This is the provisional timetable and route for 8 July 2018.

Further details will be released as soon as we have them. Entries for the 2018 Bristol Grand Prix can be made on the British Cycling website using the links below. Please see our travel page for public transport and road closure information.

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Men 3/4 

Bath Ales Mens Category 3/4 Race

Some of the South West’s best up and coming and established club riders will kick the day off with a fast and furious race around our new criterium circuit (short course).

Starts at 8:00am, Sunday 8 July 2018

Register here

Women E/1/2/3 

The Hayes Parsons Insurance Brokers Women’s Bristol Grand Prix

The South West has a rapidly expanding women’s cycling calendar, and we are proud to have premier women’s racing in Bristol. It’s rewarding too, with a significant prize list and the prestige of being the winner of the Bristol GP. A spectacular, exciting event held on our new criterium circuit (short course).

Podium places will receive bonus cash, making prizes the same as the National Series men’s race.

Starts at 9:00am, Sunday 8 July 2018

Register here

Men E/1/2 

The HSBC UK | Lobster Pictures Bristol Grand Prix

Round two of the HSBC UK | Grand Prix Series, bringing some of the UK and Europe’s best domestic professional teams. This race will be held on a new extended circuit, covering a large part of Bristol City centre, giving spectators lots opportunities to enjoy the race from iconic Bristol locations.

To race at this level requires either a full time riding contract or a part time job, there’s no time for anything else except cycling. Teams will lay everything on the line to take the win.

Starts at 10:30am, Sunday 8 July 2018

Register here

Let’s Ride Bristol 

HSBC UK ‘Let’s Ride Bristol’ public bike ride

On the 8 July Bristol Grand Prix race fans won’t just be able to watch some of the UK and Europe’s best cyclists, they will be able to join in as the 6km, traffic-free course will become the venue for the HSBC Let’s Ride mass participation event.

The HSBC UK Let’s Ride, formerly known as Sky Ride, will be open to anyone, with multi entry points along the new 6km city-centre route, with adapted bikes available to book for disabled people and many community organisations represented during the day.

Starts at 1:30pm, Sunday 8 July 2018

Register here