BOSTON (CBS) – Drivers heading into Boston Sunday morning will find Storrow Drive and some downtown streets closed as more than 4,000 cyclists take over the roads for the annual Hub on Wheels.

Between 7 and 11 Sunday morning Storrow Drive will be closed outbound between Leverett Circle and the Elliot Bridge, and inbound between the Elliot Bridge and the Fenway/Kenmore exit.

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Cyclists get ready for the start of the 2014 Hub on Wheels on Cambridge Street. (Photo by Sera Congi)

Cyclists get ready for the start of the 2014 Hub on Wheels on Cambridge Street. (Photo by Sera Congi)

Cambridge Street from Government Center to the Storrow ramps will also be closed for the start of the event.

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There are three route options for the cyclists of 10, 30 or 50 miles around the city, with all ending at Government Center.

Hub on Wheels is the second day of the Boston Cycling Celebration. On Saturday the sixth annual TD Bank Mayor’s Cup bicycle races took place, featuring nearly 200 professional racers, including Olympians and national champions, competing for $30,000 in prize money.

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