Sunday 6 September sees the Grand Depart of the Aviva Tour of Britain from Beaumaris on Anglesey, marking the first time that the modern race has begun in Wales. Leaving Anglesey via the famous Menai Bridge, the race heads through all six North Wales regions - Anglesey, Gwynedd, Conwy, Denbighshire, Flintshire and Wrexham - and the heart of Snowdonia before the finish in the centre of Wrexham.
Monday 7 September sees Stage Two take place within the Ribble Valley and Pendle districts for a short, sharp stage with plenty of climbing through the Forest of Bowland Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. A winding route gives plenty of chances for spectators to enjoy the Start in Clitheroe, the action out on route and make it to the Finish in Colne.
Tuesday 8 September takes the Aviva Tour of Britain from Cumbria into Scotland, with Cockermouth hosting the Start before the stage heads along the Cumbrian coast, through Carlisle and into Dumfries & Galloway. After heading into the Scottish Borders, Hawick, Selkirk and Melrose all welcome the race before the finish at Floors Castle outside Kelso.
Wednesday 9 September will see the Aviva Tour of Britain visit Edinburgh for the first time with the stage start in Holyrood Park. From there the route will pass some of the Scottish capital's most famous sites before racing through East Lothian and the Scottish Borders and into Northumberland. Wooler, Alnwick and Warkworth are all on the route before the finish in Blyth.
Thursday 10 September takes Stage Five from Northumberland across the Pennines and into Cumbria, with the early route from Prudhoe alongside the River Tyne and then Hadrian's Wall. The stage takes in the Lake District National Park around Ullswater before the final climb of eight kilometres to the summit finish on Hartside Fell above Penrith in the Eden District.
Friday 11 September will see the Aviva Tour of Britain race through the Peak District National Park, heading east from the Start in Stoke-on-Trent City Centre to the Finish on Nottingham's Forest Recreation Ground. A tough day including several famous climbs in the Peak District is store for the peloton.
Saturday 12 September sees the Aviva Tour of Britain return to East Anglia for the penultimate, and longest, leg of the 2015 race. Fakenham in Norfolk hosts the Start for a route that will pass through the centre of Norwich before crossing into Suffolk for the Finish in Ipswich town centre.
Sunday 13 September is the final day of the 2015 Aviva Tour of Britain and the London Stage presented by Transport for London. A new route, starting and finishing on Regent Street St James, will take in the likes of Piccadilly Circus, Trafalgar Square, the Strand and Whitehall over multiple laps, giving spectators a great chance to see the world's best riders in their capital city.