A Scottish rider competing with British Cycling North East and a Welsh rider have won VIP treatment at the Tour of Britain in September after taking home the yellow jersey's at the Youth Tour of Scotland last weekend.
The Scottish Cycling Youth Tour of Scotland returns for a fifth consecutive year this weekend with teams from throughout the UK and afar, including Belgium, Isle of Man, Ireland and Wales travelling to compete at one of the best youth stage races on the calendar.
The Tour of Britain will return to Bristol after a two year absence, with the city hosting Stage Seven of the 2016 race on Saturday 10 September with a spectacular individual time trial and circuit race stage entirely within the city.
The route for the 2016 edition of the Tour of Britain, British Cycling's premier road cycling event, has been launched in Bristol this evening [Thursday 25 February] featuring an overall start in Glasgow and finale in the centre of London plus three stages in the South West of England, including a return to the summit finish of Haytor on Dartmoor, and a challenging individual time trial and circuit race split stage in the heart of Bristol on the penultimate day.
The route for the 2016 edition of the Tour of Britain, British Cycling's premier road cycling event, has been launched this evening [Thursday 25 February] with the race once again concluding at the heart of London on Sunday 11 September.