Early October saw over 900 cyclists taking part in the Tour Ride Worcestershire, the official sportive of the Tour of Britain cycle race. Riders of all abilities came together in Worcester to take on one of three routes over 40, 75 or 100-miles starting and finishing in the beautiful city of Worcester. Along the route riders tackled sections of past Tour of Britain stages, including King of the Mountains climbs at the Wyche Cutting above Great Malvern and Snowshill on the edge of the Cotswolds.
Check out the video above for a taste of the 2016 event and to see what riders thought about their experience of the Tour of Britain sportive.
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.
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.
Jack Bauer speaks to ITV4 presenting duo Matt Barbet and Yanto Barker following his stage win in Bath on Stage Five of the 2016 Tour of Britain. Victory for the New Zealander was emotional coming just over a year since a career threatening crash during the Tour de France that left Bauer with a broken leg, the win in Bath was his first since the injury and the Cannondale Drapac rider speaks candidly about his comeback.