The Brian Lara Cricket Academy is based in Tarouba, San Fernando, Trinidad. It is the second most populous municipality in Trinidad and Tobago, after Chaguanas.
Built to hold 15,000 people in a mix of fixed seating and grass banks it is named after former West Indies cricket captain Brian Lara, one of the greatest batters to have played the game, and holder of the record for the highest individual Test match score.
It is a multi-purpose stadium that was completed and inaugurated in 2017 it is be used mostly for cricket matches, including the domestic Caribbean Premier League (CPL). The CPL finals were held at the Brian Lara Cricket Academy ground from 2018-2020.
It is around the Academy that the Cycling Time Trial and Cycle Road Race will take place on the 5 and 7 of August, with laps of 5km being raced by the riders.