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The Tour of Britain 2023, which stars in Greater Manchester on Sunday 3 September and finishes in South Wales eight days later, will once again feature a world-class field.

The Tour of Britain 2023, which stars in Greater Manchester on Sunday 3 September and finishes in South Wales eight days later, will once again feature a world-class field.

Since its return to the calendar in 2004, the Tour has consistently attracted the best teams and high-profile riders. INEOS Grenadiers have been ever-present in the event since their inaugural season in 2010 as Team Sky and will return to compete in their home race for the 13th time. BORA – hansgrohe (Germany), Jumbo – Visma (Netherlands), Movistar Team (Spain), and Team dsm – firmenich (Netherlands) will also return in 2023.

This year’s race will also see four teams compete in the Tour of Britain for the first time: Bolton Equities Black Spoke (New Zealand), Equipo Kern Pharma (Spain), Q36.5 Pro Cycling Team (Switzerland), and TDT – Unibet Cycling Team (Netherlands).

Saint Piran and TRINITY Racing were confirmed as two of the first three teams selected for the 2023 race in recognition of the commitment they continue to show towards the domestic racing scene, particularly in the current economic climate. The Great Britain Cycling Team – who have ridden 15 of the 18 modern Tours to date, including every edition since 2012 – completed the first trio of confirmed competing teams.

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