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Sunday 3rd September 2017

Le Petit Grand Prix

Le Petit Grand Prix is the little sister of the Lincoln Grand Prix Sportive held in May. Enter Le Petit Grand Prix and get a taste of the main event.

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DATE: Sunday 3rd September 2017

VENUE: Yarborough Leisure Centre, Breedon Drive, Lincoln LN1 3SP

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ENTRIES FOR THIS EVENT WILL OPEN ON 1ST OCTOBER 2016

The objective of Le Petit Grand Prix is to introduce riders to Lincoln and The Wolds area over a different route to the main event in May. There is also a shorter distance for new riders or those returning to fitness. The longer routes are £30 and the shortest route is £22.

Enter this sportive and you will quickly find yourself on some of the quietest roads anywhere in the country. Don’t get caught out thinking Lincolnshire is flat though. It is in places, but it is grippier than you think in the Wolds.

We pride ourselves on detailed route planning, making sure all junctions are safe for cyclists and that the most picturesque areas are included. You won't find yourself stuck on A roads for miles in an ITP Events sportive. 

  • Four distances to choose from (see grey buttons on the left hand side of this page for routes and elevations etc. 

  • Feedstations at village halls on route. No pop-up feeds at the roadside.

  • Post-event food and high5 goody bottle included in the entry fee

  • Mechanical Support and support vehicles

  • Electronic Timing

  • Event photography 

Test yourself in September at Le Petit Grand Prix, then set yourself a target to be fit enough for the main event and the cobbled climb of Michaelgate.