The Queen stage of the 2021 Tour of Britain, stage four will start by the sea in the harbour town of Aberaeron and culminate with a dramatic finish atop the Great Orme in Llandudno.

The 210-kilometre route will take the race to parts of mid-Wales for the first time in modern Tour history, including Aberystwyth, Borth and Barmouth.

A tough ending to the stage sees the race heading through the Snowdonia National Park and a ŠKODA King of the Mountains ascent of the Great Orme’s Marine Drive toll road before tackling the 1.9km, 9.8% average climb that runs parallel to the famous tramway up to the finish.

 Please note that, following consultation with local stakeholders and the Welsh Government, no spectator access will be permitted at the stage start in Aberaeron