British Cycling National Road Championships to be held in Lincolnshire in 2015

Last Updated: 12/02/14 2:54pm

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Mark Cavendish won the 2013 national title in Glasgow

Mark Cavendish won the 2013 national title in Glasgow

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Next year's British Cycling National Road Championships will be held in Lincolnshire.

The county has been chosen to host the event to coincide with the 60th anniversary of the Lincoln Grand Prix, a popular race on the domestic circuit.

The championships will form part of a festival of cycling in Lincolnshire from June 25-28.

Jonny Clay, cycle sport and membership director at British Cycling, said: "With the status of the Lincoln Grand Prix already clearly established on the domestic cycling calendar, Lincolnshire has all the ingredients for a superb championship and we look forward to visiting in 2015."

The winner of the men's road race will also claim the 2015 Lincoln Grand Prix crown.

This year's national championships will take place in Monmouthshire, south Wales, from June 26-29.

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