A big thank you to the hundreds and hundreds of riders who made the Tour Ride Worcestershire; Official sportive of the Tour of Britain such a great event over the weekend, the official results for every rider are now up!
While online entry for this weekend's Official Tour of Britain sportive, the Tour Ride Worcestershire may have closed, a limited number of places will be available to riders who wish to sign-up on Saturday afternoon or Sunday morning in person.
The Tour Ride Worcestershire, the Official Sportive of the Tour of Britain, is just around the corner with online registration closing at Midnight on Wednesday 5 October. And everyone who has entered before then will go into a free prize draw to WIN a Yellow Jersey presented by Eisberg signed by Tour of Britain winner Steve Cummings.
The Tour of Britain has been nominated for two awards at the National Outdoor Events Association annual awards, which take place in Bath during November. Britain's biggest professional cycle race has been nominated in both the Sporting Event of the Year category and for PR Campaign of the Year.
Journalist, television presenter and best-selling author Ned Boulting presents for the first time an honest, self-effacing ride through the world of Bikeology, which we're sure will feature a mention or two of the Tour of Britain from his many year's work on the race.
Relive the action from the 2016 Tour of Britain, with the closing montage from the ITV4 Highlights show bringing you the memorable moments from an action packed eight days of racing with the world's best riders on British roads.
This year's Tour of Britain has been acclaimed as the very best edition of the UK's national Tour to date by riders, fans, venues and sponsors alike, as the eight day race attracted millions of spectators both live at the roadside and on television.
It's the fans who make the Tour of Britain the event that it is, with packed crowds lining the routes every day, from Glasgow in Scotland, to the final stage in London and even the wind and rain of the summit finish on Haytor, Dartmoor. If you've been to any Tour of Britain stage start or finish in recent years, then two fans in particular will be familiar thanks to their noticeable cowboy hats.