The AJ Bell Tour of Britain’s eagerly-anticipated return to Nottinghamshire comes on day five of the 2022 race.

This will be the third time the showpiece event will take place in the county, following hugely successful visits in 2017 and 2018. As was the case when the race last headed to Robin Hood Country, this stage will start in West Bridgford and finish in Mansfield, although the route between the two will be different.

The peloton will pass through East Leake, Radcliffe-on-Trent, Calverton, Southwell, Retford and Worksop, as well as taking in recently-opened £49 million Colliery Way (Gedling Access Road). Key county landmarks and attractions, such as the world-famous cricket ground Trent Bridge and the legendary Sherwood Forest, will also feature.

This will be the only stage of the 2022 Tour with less than 2,000 metres of climbing: prepare for a fast and thrilling sprint finish!

Stage map and profile

Distance: 186.8km Elevation: 1,684m

Timetable and key spectator information

West Bridgford – Central Avenue 10:45am

B680 Wilford Lane 11am

Keyworth (cat 3) 11:30pm

Edingley 1:03pm

Retford 2:17pm

Sparken Hill (cat 3) 2:40pm

Clumber Park 2:47pm

Mansfield – Chesterfield Road South 3:26pm

Click here for the full stage timetable.

Click here to view the West Bridgford spectator guide | Click here to view the Mansfield spectator guide

SKODA coffee and cake

ŠKODA’s ever-popular coffee and cake bar will return to the AJ Bell Tour of Britain in 2022.

Make sure to visit them on the climb at Keyworth (What3Words location) on Thursday.

TV schedule

Join Matt Barbet, Pippa York, Ned Boulting and David Millar for full live coverage of stage five on ITV4 from 10:30am, followed by highlights at 9pm.

The race will be shown worldwide, principally via Eurosport and GCN +. Click here for international broadcast details.

Leaders’ jerseys

The following riders will wear the race’s leaders’ jerseys on stage five:

AJ Bell leaders’ jersey Gonzalo Serrano (Movistar Team)

Dodl by AJ Bell points jersey Corbin Strong (Israel – Premier Tech)

ŠKODA King of the Mountains jersey Mathijs Paasschens (Bingoal Pauwels WB) sprints jersey Matthew Teggart (Wiv SunGod)


While spectators can watch all the action by the roadside for free, race day hospitality packages offering guaranteed prime views of the stage five start and finish, as well as unforgettable experiences featuring Tour de France stage winner Dan Martin, are now available.

Visit and for more information.

Tour of Britain hospitality