The venue will be used for Road Race and Time Trial events at London 2012 and has been designed to provide a challenging race circuit for each classified race category.
While athletes and team members got to grips with the Brand Hatch course, London 2012 staff and volunteers used the day to test their Games-time operations and processes including transport, accreditation, technology, timing and workforce.
London 2012 Organising Committee Director of Paralympic Integration Chris Holmes said: ‘As some of the world’s greatest cyclists prepare here today with just 70 days to go, I’m delighted that we’re bringing the Paralympic Games to Kent this summer.
‘With tickets now on sale for the best view of the races and medals available on every day of competition, I recommend that everyone take advantage of this once in a lifetime opportunity to see sport like never before in the garden of England.’
Tickets still available
The Road Cycling course starts and finishes at the world-famous racetrack and runs through Kent county and the district of Sevenoaks in Kent.
Up to 225 athletes will compete across Road Cycling events from 5–8 September, while 26 national teams will also train at the venue.
Tickets for Road Cycling are available from the London 2012 Ticketing website on a first come first served basis, with prices starting at £10, or £5 for young people and seniors.