Less Than 7 Weeks To Go!
With just under 7 weeks to go plans for the 61st Lincoln Grand Prix and 1st Women's Lincoln Grand Prix are coming together ready for May 15th.
If you're planning on making a weekend of coming to watch the race, you can find all the information on places to stay HERE
For those travelling on the day to see the race, you can find the easiest ways to get close to the race HERE
Both races will start in the Castle Square this year and British Cycling will one again be running some children's races in the Castle Square during the early laps of the Women's Grand Prix so there will be plenty to watch through the day.
Anyone who wishes to help to out on race day you can volunteer HERE
Our FREE bike park will be back again this year so those who ride over to watch the race can be sure your bike is secure, thanks to 360 Scaffolding for providing and building us some great new bike racks.
Or race officials are confirmed and we have a great team lined up to make another spectacular days racing.
For 2016 we will be giving away the race programmes FREE, thanks to our new print sponsor DPS Digital who are providing all of the printed media for this years Lincoln Grand Prix.
British Cycling Announces Dates For The 2016 British Cycling Women’s Road Series
Won by Nicola Juniper in 2015, the series will begin in the Isle of Man on 10 April with the Manx International GP Feminin, a new addition to the calendar. The nine-event series will then go on to the Tour of the Reservoir Two-Day before making a return to the popular Cheshire Classic which in 2016 will be contested on a new course taking in Overton Hill and Delamere Forest.
Two new races in Lincoln and Newton Longville will feature for the first time, while the Essex Giro Two-Day, Curlew Cup, Otley GP and Ryedale GP all make a welcome return to the series.
British Cycling’s cycle sport and membership director, Jonny Clay, said:
“It’s fantastic to see such a great series of events for the Women’s Road Series in 2016. As well as some brand new races it’s also pleasing to see some of the old favourites returning for another year.