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COVID-19 update

Tour of Britain COVID-19

We are taking the safe return of the Tour of Britain very seriously and have been working with the UCI, cycling’s governing body, and our host venues since 2020 to ensure that this year’s race can take place.

We are taking the safe return of the Tour of Britain very seriously and have been working with the UCI, cycling’s governing body, and our host venues since 2020 to ensure that this year’s race can take place.

While the event may look a little different to what fans are used to, the action, atmosphere and excitement will remain just the same!

We want to keep fans, riders and staff as safe as possible, so will adopt relevant safety policies to ensure that everybody can enjoy the Tour of Britain safely.

Stage starts

Following consultation with local stakeholders and the Welsh Government, NO spectator access will be permitted at the stage starts in Llandeilo (stage three, Tuesday 7 September) and Aberaeron (stage four, Wednesday 8 September).

Team paddock

Sadly, owing to the COVID-19 protocols and UK Government quarantine restrictions that we’re required to adhere to in order to stage this year’s race, there will be NO public access to the team paddock at starts/finishes.

This is only planned to be a one-year protocol – we love being part of such an accessible sport and seeing the reaction of fans when they meet riders!

 

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Start
Penzance

End
Bodmin
Distance
180.8km
Start
Sherford

End
Exeter
Distance
183.9km
Start
Llandeilo

End
National Botanic Garden of Wales
Distance
18.2km
Start
Aberaeron

End
Great Orme, Llandudno
Distance
210km
Start
Alderley Park

End
Warrington
Distance
152.2km
Start
Carlisle

End
Gateshead
Distance
198km
Start
Hawick

End
Edinburgh
Distance
194.8km
Start
Stonehaven

End
Aberdeen
Distance
173km