Worcestershire will be the scene of a potentially race-deciding stage when it hosts an individual time trial on day six (Thursday 12 September) of this year’s OVO Energy Tour of Britain.

The world’s best riders will tackle a 14.5-kilometre (nine mile) individual time trial that starts and finishes in the market town of Pershore, and passes through Little Comberton and Bricklehampton during a scenic anti-clockwise loop.

This spectator-friendly day of racing will allow fans to see world-class riders up close as they tackle the course individually. The stage is the third of its kind to be held in the OVO Energy Tour of Britain in as many years, following equivalent stages in Bristol (2016) and Clacton-on-Sea (2017).

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Please note that the shown interactive map is subject to change. The final race route, alongside road-by-road stage timetables, will be revealed in August.