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The Tour of Britain is coming to a place near you, so why not make the most of it and get involved?

The Tour of Britain is coming to a place near you, so why not make the most of it and get involved?

There are many ways you can make the most of the race and get involved, from spectating to becoming a Race Maker. Find out more information below.


The Tour of Britain is a free-to-attend professional bike race with something for the whole family to do. There’s guaranteed excitement at each stage start and finish, as well as at our intermediate sprints and King of the Mountains climbs.

Oh, and make sure you keep an eye out on the weather forecast to ensure you’re prepared for rain or sunshine – we take place in Britain during September, after all!

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Race Makers

Race Makers are essential to helping us deliver a world-class sporting event. If you are interested in volunteering at a stage of this year’s race, you can find out more information and apply here.

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Decorate your village

A great way to get behind the Tour of Britain and show your support is to get the whole community involved and decorate your village. Use bunting, flags, banners – maybe even a land art creation – to make your town memorable for the riders as well as showcasing your town for all the TV viewers across the world!

We’ll be running our National Land Art competition once again this year. Click here to discover our previous winning entries and details on how you can get involved.

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Local business information

The event is an opportunity for local businesses on route of each stage to celebrate and embrace cycling as the race comes past their front door, as well as maximise on business opportunities from increased customers and visitors. Many venues, businesses and communities have done this through providing spectators a novel viewing experience or promoting cycling activities.

Click here to read about how previous businesses and communities have got involved.

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Schools information

Are you part of a school that is on route of one of this year’s stages? Find out how you can get your school involved with the race here.

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Cycling club information

Do you and your club fancy being a part of the Tour of Britain? We have a variety of ways for you to get involved. Find out more here.

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