Sunday 11 September will see the Tour of Britain conclude in the heart of London, British Cycling’s premier road cycling event ends with Stage Eight getting underway at 1430.
Starting and finishing from Regent Street St James, just below Piccadilly Circus, riders will contest 16-laps of the circuit giving a 100-kilometre stage distance to complete the 2016 Tour of Britain.
Rio heroes Sir Bradley Wiggins and Mark Cavendish will be joined by a top class field that includes double Giro d’Italia Points Classification winner Giacomo Nizzolo and this year’s Amstel Gold Race winner Enrico Gasparotto.They join the likes multiple Tour de France stage winners Andre Greipel, Rohan Dennis and Steve Cummings.
Passing sites such as Regent Street, Piccadilly Circus and Trafalgar Square on every lap the circuit is great for spectators watching the world’s top riders racing on the streets of London.
Stage Eight will get underway at 1430 with an expected finish around 1630. The final stage is set to be the busiest of them all, with spectators getting the best chance to see the riders up close as they fly past them multiple times.
If you would like more information, visit the Event website here
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