Bermuda Day cycling – live stream!!!
The Royal Gazette in conjunction with the Bermuda Bicycle Association is pleased to bring you live coverage of the Sinclair Packwood Memorial Race.
The men's race, which begins at 8.50am and kicks off the Bermuda Day festivities, commences on Somerset Road, with the riders travelling along Bridge Hill, Middle Road, Burnt House Hill, Harbour Road, The Lane, Crow Lane, into the City of Hamilton, leaving the City of Hamilton on Cedar Avenue, Marsh Folly Road, and finishing at Dutton Avenue.
We will also show in this space replays of the women's race, which gets under way five minutes after the men, and which can be seen live on the BBA's Facebook page.
Organisers are expecting highly competitive racing, in particular in the men's division where triathlon specialist Tyler Butterfield is attempting to become the first person since Jeff Payne to have won both marathon derby and the cycle race.
It was initially expected that Butterfield would challenge Lamont Marshall in the Bermuda Half-Marathon Derby before he changed tack.BBA - Men's Sinclair Packwood Memorial Race
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