The BBC will be broadcasting extensive live coverage of all cycling events in the London 2012 Olympic Games (July 27- August 12).

Live coverage will be broadcast across several of the BBC’s television channels, notably BBC One, Two and Three.

In addition, there will be programming online, on the red button and on the BBC’s HD channels. See the BBC website for more details.

Saturday, July 28

09:00-14:00 – BBC Three – LIVE

Men’s road race

14:00-16:00 – BBC One – LIVE

Men’s road race

Sunday, July 29

12:00-14:00 – BBC Three – LIVE

Women’s road race

14:00-16:00 – BBC One – LIVE

Women’s road race

Wednesday, August 1

12:30-14:00 – BBC Three LIVE

Men’s and women’s time trial

13:45-16:00 – BBC One – LIVE

Men’s and women’s time trial

Thursday, August 2

16:00-18:00 – BBC One – LIVE

Track cycling day one (inc women’s team sprint finals, men’s team pursuit qualifying)

18:00-19:00 – BBC Two – LIVE

Track cycling day one (inc men’s team sprint finals)

Friday, August 3

16:00-18:00 – BBC One – LIVE

Track cycling day two (inc women’s keirin qualifying, women’s team pursuit qualifying, men’s team pursuit first round)

18:00-19:00 – BBC Two – LIVE

Track cycling day two (inc men’s team pursuit finals, women’s keirin finals)

Saturday, August 4

16:00-18:50 – BBC One – LIVE

Track cycling day three (inc women’s team pursuit finals, men’s omnium, men’s sprint 1/8 finals)

Sunday, August 5

16:00-17:40 – BBC One – LIVE

Track cycling day four (inc men’s omnium, men’s sprint rounds, women’s sprint rounds)

17:40-18:05 – BBC Two – LIVE

Track cycling day four (women’s sprint 1/8 finals)

18:05-18:50 – BBC One – LIVE

Track cycling day four (men’s omnium final event)

Monday, August 6

16:00-18:00 – BBC One – LIVE

Track cycling day five (inc women’s omnium, men’s sprint finals, women’s sprint 1/4 finals)

18:00-19:00 – BBC Two – LIVE

Track cycling day five (inc women’s omnium, men’s sprint finals, women’s sprint 1/4 finals)

Tuesday, August 7

16:00-18:00 – BBC One – LIVE

Track cycling day six (inc women’s sprint finals, women’s omnium, men’s keirin rounds)

18:00-19:00 – BBC Two – LIVE

Track cycling day six (inc men’s keirin finals, women’s sprint finals)

Wednesday, August 8

16:00-18:00 – BBC One – LIVE

Men’s and women’s BMX seeding runs

Thursday, August 9

15:00-16:00 – BBC One – LIVE

Men’s BMX quarter finals

Friday, August 10

13:45-16:00 – BBC One – LIVE

Men’s and women’s BMX semi-finals

16:00-18:00 – BBC One – LIVE

Men’s and women’s BMX finals

Saturday, August 11

12:15-14:30 – BBC One – LIVE

Women’s cross-country mountain bike finals

Sunday, August 12

13:15-15:30 – BBC Two – LIVE

Men’s cross-country mountain bike finals

External link



BBC programme information on www.bbc.co.uk

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  • Andrew

    I followed your guide today (1st August) and recorded BBC3 and BBC1 whilst at work so I could enjoy the Time Trials this evening. So far I’ve seen about 30 mins of the Women’s Time Trial, 45 mins of Windsurfing and 45 mins of Canoeing. Apparently the cycling switched to BBC2!

  • Ben

    Thanks for this – I tried to work out from the BBC website when/where the Road Race would be shown earlier in the week and gave up!!