Borough prepares for Women’s Tour

Derbyshire will host the penultimate stage of cycling’s The Women's Tour on Saturday June 10, and Amber Valley will be in the spotlight!

The Tour enjoyed a successful visit to the County last year. This year’s Stage 4 of the UCI Women's World Tour event will start and finish in Chesterfield and also take in the likes of Dethick, Lea & Holloway, Blackbook and Belper, Heage, Crich and South Wingfield. The 130-kilometre stage is set to feature the world's leading female cyclists and large crowds are expected to line the route.

The hill leading into Crich will contribute to the Queen of the Mountains category and Belper will see one of the day’s Sprints. To mark the occasion the town will also be staging a tour-themed Farmers Market on 10 June.

For more details about The Womens Tour and the Derbyshire Stage go to http://www.womenstour.co.uk/stages/stage-4/

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