Lizzie Armitstead will be onboard this open-top bus in Otley as the town welcomes her home - and congratulates the cyclist on her Olympic silver medal.
The Olympic celebrations continue as Otley prepares to welcome home Lizzie Armitstead. The 23-year-old cyclist picked up silver at the London games - the first medal for team GB. She'll lead an open top bus parade through the town this evening - before a civic presentation in her honour.
Otley's Lizzie Armitstead has been back on her bike just three days after winning silver in the women's road race.
The 23-year-old began her time trial just before 1 o'clock this afternoon and back home in Otley family members, including her grandad Ray Dunn, were glued to the television.
Sadly she couldn't repeat her heroics of Sunday afternoon, finishing in a time of 39 minutes, 26 seconds, well outside the medals in 9th.
Friends gather to watch Lizzie's parents' appearance on Daybreak.
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Lizzie Armitstead's family have expressed their delight after she claimed Great Britain's first medal of London 2012.
The cyclist from West Yorkshire, who did not get into cycling until she was 16, claimed silver in the women's road race after a sprint finish on the Mall.
"It is more than we can have hoped for."
Her grandmother, Marjorie Dunn, sporting a t shirt with "I'm Lizzie's Grandma" emblazoned across the front, added: "A granddaughter who is an Olympian is something very, very special."
"I was disappointed and delighted - I knew she wanted the gold. I am tearful, I am delighted."
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