Cycling - Time Trial

Cycling - Time Trial

Most of the regions on the route of the Time Trial course will on the free of cost radar of the spectators. The south west London streets will witness the hugest crowd ever when the event takes place. The spectators are advised to walk or cycle or use public transport facility as the cars can increase the traffic big time. It is a highly recommended step by the London Olympics 2012 team that people use such means. The people must be prepared in the clothing that can sustain all kinds of weather conditions.

The 29km long women’s event will take place on August 1 at 12.30pm and the 44km long men’s event will follow it at 2.15pm on the same day. The events will start and end in the ticketed region of Hampton Court Palace.

The men’s route will cover the regions of East and West Molesey, Cobham, Esher, Hersham, Thames Ditton and Weston Green in Surrey and then into the Kingston and Teddington in London. The women’s route will cover almost all the regions stated above except the East Molesey and Rickmond. So the spectators need to check the perfect viewing site for themselves.

The event happening will be:

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