Road closures announced for Bristol’s cycling celebration

Roads in the city centre will be closed in order to allow cyclists to travel around traffic free.
On Sunday 8 July, the streets will be closing to let the Bristol Grand Prix and the local HSBC UK Let’s Ride event take place in the centre.
This will allow for professional racers to take to the streets in the morning to battle it out as part of the largest race of its kind in the country whilst allowing families and less confident cyclists to ride the course in the afternoon.
Any drivers are asked to make note of these closures and plan ahead in order to avoid delays.
The following streets will be affected by the event from 4am to 7pm on Sunday 8 July:
College Green
Park Street
Park Street Avenue
St George’s Road
College Street
Deanery Road
Anchor Road
Canon’s Way
Baldwin Street
Broad Quay
Prince Street
The Grove
Redcliffe Way
Welsh Back
Mill Avenue
Queen Square
Queen Charlotte Street
Colston Avenue
Rupert Street
The Haymarket
Lewins Mead
Colston Avenue
Colston Street
Trenchard Street
Pipe Lane
St Augustine's Parade
Explore Lane
Trains between Bristol and Cardif and Bristol Temple Meads and Severn Beach are not due to be running this weekend due to engineering works.  Replacement buses will be in operation all day Saturday and Sunday.  Full details will be available on the National Rail website.
Anyone can register to take part in the HSBC UK Let’s Ride event by heading to the website:
The route was launched yesterday and can be found on the Let’s Ride website.
For updates on the 2018 Bristol Grand Prix, the route and the race village please visit the Bristol Grand Prix website at:

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