The Bermuda Bicycle Association will host the Butterfield Grand Prix is this weekend and the racing is expected to be as exciting as ever.
All of Bermudaís top riders including Kaden Hopkins and Matthew Oliveira are on the island and ready to contest for the titles.
For the first time in a few years the Grand Prix will feature a few overseas guests who will help make the racing even more exciting.
One visitor is 18 years old Jabari Whiteman of Trinidad & Tobago, Whiteman is still a junior but has Youth Commonwealth Games experience and has taken part in prior editions of the Junior Caribbean Cycling Championships.
Whiteman also traveled and raced against Bermudaís Juniors at the 2017 Green Mountain Stage Race so he knows some Bermuda competitors and is looking forward to racing in Bermuda.
Keith Johnson, a former resident of Bermuda and a highly competitive Masters racer will be racing this year and should keep the races fast.
As usual, the First Stage is on Friday evening in St. George which is a Hill Climb, then Saturday morning is an early start for the Road Race in St. Davidís and then on Sunday morning is the Crit which concludes the event in Hamilton.