Spectator information for London 2012 Olympics cycling events
Just six days after the Tour de France finishes on 22nd July, the best road cyclists in the world will be competing for a medal at the London 2012 Olympics.
Mark Cavendish is one of the favourites for the Men's Olympic Road Race, riding alongside Bradley Wiggins, who will also contest the Men's Individual Time Trial.
The Women's Olympic Road Race takes place on Sunday 29th July, the day after the Men's event.
See a full schedule of Olympic Road cycling events here and track events here.
If you're planning to attend any of these events then be sure to read the general spectator information before you go.
For all the travel advice you need, visit GetAheadoftheGames.com. There is specific information on going to an Olympic event here including details on how you can cycle or walk.
There's information on Mountain Bike events here and BMX events here.
We'll update you with any more relevant information when we get it.
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