The parade will start from the Museum of Science and Industry and enter the Liverpool Road junction of Deansgate around 4:30pm where it will then continue for an hour before finally finishing at Albert Square.
Laura Trott insists Olympic champion Katie Archibald will put on a show this weekend as she helps kick off the new-look Revolution Series in style.
Team GB track cycling king Kenny talks Jonathan Ross and down time ahead of Manchester Revolution Series
Jason Kenny was unstoppable at Rio 2016 but the six-time Olympic champion admits he isn’t sure yet if he will strut his stuff at next year’s World Championships.
Manchester-based athletes brought home an impressive haul of medals from the Rio Olympic Games and their training bases, including the National Cycling Centre and the National Taekwondo Centre, cater for local residents, as well as elite athletes.
Laura Trott and Jason Kenny etched their names into the history books once more as British cycling’s golden couple added to their Olympic collections in style.
Giles Scott is in an unassailable lead and will secure Team GB’s 17th gold medal at Rio 2016 on a packed 11th day at the Games.
Charlotte Dujardin became just the second British woman to win three Olympic Games gold medals as she successfully defended her London 2012 individual dressage title on day ten in Rio.
Mark Cavendish will be hoping he can stay within the top three and finally claim that elusive Olympic medal as the men’s omnium reaches its conclusion on day ten of Rio 2016.
Sir Chris Hoy has described Philip Hindes as one of the best sprinters in the world and believes the Manchester-based star is capable of winning Olympic gold once again.
Family first: Elinor Barker hopes ‘special’ spectators can spur her on to Track Cycling World Championships gold
Elinor Barker is well aware she’s in the midst of her most important year in professional cycling.
For Elinor Barker 2015 was a year full of highs and lows.