On April 21 and 22, the bicycle will have all the spotlight during the second edition of the BiCircuit Festival at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya. During this weekend, the roar of the engines will be replaced by bike competitions and a wide variety of activities related with the world of cycling, in a clear striving for the promotion of sustainability and the use of bicycles.
The BiCircuit Festival has an attractive program that includes family plans, road safety classes, and many more activities.
The Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya will live a festive event dedicated to the bicycle, with many activities for all publics and with free entrance. It pretends to be a model in this sector in Catalonia and Barcelona.
The Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya was inaugurated on September 10, 1991, thanks to the impulse of the Generalitat de Cataluña, the Real Automóvil Club de Cataluña and the Ayuntamiento de Montmeló. At the circuit took place the first Gran Premio de Formula One a few days later, on September 29. The following season, the MotoGP™ was incorporated to the calendar of the circuit, and since then and uninterruptedly has host both of them, two of the most prestigious motor world championships. With this two grand prix and a calendar that includes other international competitions such as the BarcelonaRX, resistance races and national competitions, the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya projects its name worldwide.
In addition to competitive activity, the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya is also the scene of many other activities, such as private and group training, workshops and training incentives, world premieres, driving courses, cycling trainings and athletics competitions, between many other proposals.
In his 25 years of life, the Circuit Barcelona-Catalunya has positioned itself as one of the best circuits and has been promoted as a unique place for organizing any event thanks to the quality of its services and the versatility of its facilities. Thanks to its location also offers plenty of tourism options.
By car: C-17 (exit Montmeló) or from the AP-7 taking the exits 13, 14 or 15. The exits 14 and 15 connect with the C-17 to arrive to the circuit.
By train from Barcelona: Line R2 Castelldefels – Granollers Centre or Line R2 Aeroport Nord Maçanet Massanes.
By train from Girona: To the train station of Granollers Centre, where you have to take the R2 line or R8 to Montmeló station.