The penultimate stage of this year’s Tour of Britain will run for 95.5km from Colchester to Clacton. Colchester will welcome the Women’s Tour, although the town’s notable links to cycling include hosting a Tour of Britain stage finish (2010) and four rounds of the Tour Series.
Stage 4 is the first of three days in the East of England, the stage will be 117km in length with two opportunities for mid-stage sprint points and one QOM line. By basing yourself in Southend-on-Sea, you will be able to watch the start and finish of this stage.
Stage 3 is a very exciting stage as it will be an individual time trial. Each rider will race against the clock over the 16.6km/10 mile course. The beauty of an individual time trial is that the riders will be setting off in 1 minute intervals and so there will be someone to watch everyContinue reading “Women’s Tour of Britain Stage 3 Atherstone ITT”
The route and info are now available!!! Walsall will welcome the Women’s Tour, the world’s leading international women’s cycle race, for the first time in 2021. Stage two will start at the Walsall Arboretum, the area’s famous Victorian park, and culminate with a finish on Lichfield Street in the heart of the town and inContinue reading “Women’s Tour of Britain Stage 2 Walsall”
The Grand Depart of this years edition of the race will be in Oxfordshire, leaving from Bicester and finishing in Banbury. Stage 1 will be 147.6km in length.