This weekend will mark the finale of the UCI Cycling World Championships, which have brought thousands of visitors from around the world and a barrage of road closures to Glasgow city centre and beyond.

Events will finish with the Women’s Elite Road Race on Sunday, which will set off from Balloch in Loch Lomond and cross the finish line in George Square.

The Men’s Elite Road Race last Sunday saw over 300,000 people line the streets to marvel at the world’s top athletes as they raced from Edinburgh to Glasgow. 

As a result, this weekend road closures around the city centre will once again be in place.

Read more: Which Glasgow roads are closed for UCI cycling world championships?

Here’s a run down of where you can watch cycling events over the course of this weekend:

Saturday 12 August 

The first road race final of the weekend will be the Men’s Under 23 starting on Saturday at 11:30am from Loch Lomond. 

The race will then pass through Stirling and East Dunbartonshire before arriving in Glasgow at approximately 1pm, to complete seven laps around the city centre.

Spectators will be able to watch the race going along Sauchiehall Street, St Vincent Street, Argyle Street and other central streets, as well as the streets surrounding the University of Glasgow in the West End.

As well as road races, some tickets are still available for Elite Mountain Bike Cross-Country races at Glentress Forest in Peebles, which can be bought here. 

Sunday 13 August  

The final day of the UCI Cycling World Championships will see another massive final, with the Women’s Elite Road Race - plus the Under 23 Women’s event at the same time.

The race will again set off from Balloch in Loch Lomond at 12pm, and organisers expect spectators to be able to see action of their roads over the following periods:

West Dunbartonshire: 12:00 -12:20
Stirling: 12:20 - 12:58
East Dunbartonshire: 12:58 - 13:30
Glasgow: 13:30 - 15:50

Upon arrival in Glasgow, the world’s leading female cyclists will do six laps of the Glasgow city centre course, which also goes through the West End via Sauchiehall Street - and the race can be viewed from the pavements of the streets highlighted on the map below.

The Herald: The circuit which the weekend's road races will take around Glasgow city centre. The circuit which the weekend's road races will take around Glasgow city centre. (Image: Credit: Google)

Off the roads, the day will also see finals in artistic cycling at the Emirates Arena and more races at the Glasgow BMX Centre.

However, with tickets for these events now unavailable, the best way to see as much of the championships as possible is by visiting the UCI website and following their live stream.