Johnsons Coaches, Warwickshire County Council and the British Motor Museum will put on a free park and ride shuttle service for the OVO Energy Tour of Britain’s stage finish at Burton Dassett Country Park.

Don’t miss your chance to see the world’s best riders in action during this crucial stage of the race, while at the same time enjoying a stress-free day of travelling to and from Warwickshire’s stunning finish location.

Spectators planning on attending this stage finish should note that no spectator vehicle parking is available on the day at the country park or its surrounding roads. Fans can walk or cycle up the day’s finishing climb.

Burton Dassett park and ride details

  • FREE parking is available at the British Motor Museum (Banbury Rd, Gaydon, Warwick CV35 0BJ)
  • Johnson Buses shuttles will depart from the British Motor Museum every 15 minutes between 10:30 and 14:00
  • Spectator drop-off/pick-up point is approximately 200m from the finish line at Burton Dassett Country Park
  • The shuttle service from Burton Dassett Country Park to the British Motor Museum will resume after the race’s podium ceremony (approximately 16:15)
Burton Dassett Park Ride

John Johnson, Izzi Seccombe, Chris Egan (Warwickshire County Council) and Penny Tyler (British Motor Museum) unveiling the Burton Dassett park & ride scheme

About Johnsons Coaches

Johnsons have donated their time and vehicles free of charge – but the man who made the gesture will not be on board.

John Johnson who runs the family-run firm, which was founded in 1909, will be cycling the route and is a keen rider.

“I am an avid cyclist so was more than happy to help when the council mentioned that the finish was going to be at Burton Dassett,” he said.

“The course is tight and steep which is what makes it so exciting but that also makes it tricky for vehicles and there is not much room to park on the top of the hill.

“The site is perfect for spectators to really appreciate the efforts of the riders and it would be great for the area for the television cameras to see the hillside full of spectators and hopefully we can help make that happen.”

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