The Bristol Grand Prix Cycling Road Race will take place over a challenging 1.3km figure-of-eight course – with races lasting up to 45 minutes each. The following categories will be available:

  • 2.30pm ‘Love My Bike’ lap for public entry
  • 3.00pm Under 18s boys and girls
  • 3.45pm Corporate relay race
  • 4.45pm Men’s category 3 and 4
  • 5.45pm Women’s elite category 1,2,3 and 4
  • 6.45pm Men’s elite category 1 and 2

Bristol Sport will provide t-shirts for all participants and volunteers taking part in the event.


The event has been driven by Nicola Waterworth, a Bristol-based cyclist with a passion for making cycling accessible to all.

She has worked with Big Green Week and Le Sportif to make the race a reality.

Nicola commented “sport inspires people and can transform lives, the Bristol Grand Prix Race will do just that.

“It is an exciting event that adds greater momentum to #GetBristolCycling.

“I’m really pleased that Bristol Sport is backing us in this venture, and hope that this event will become a mainstay of the national cycling calendar in years to come.”

There are plenty of ways for Bristolians, cyclists and everyone else to get involved, click here for more information on the official Bristol Grand Prix website.