Sunday 11 September will see the Tour of Britain conclude in the heart of London, using the same highly popular circuit as used by the 2015 edition of British Cycling's premier road cycling event.
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.
Passing sites such as Regent Street, Piccadilly Circus and Trafalgar Square on every lap the circuit is great for spectators looking to see the world's top riders racing on the streets of London.
You can download the below overview map of the Stage Eight circuit here. Interactive stage maps from Ordnance Survey will be published in the coming weeks and months, along with the full schedule for the day and details of the intermediate YodelDirect Sprints.