Tour of Britain

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The Tour of Britain is British Cycling's premier road cycling event, the UK's biggest professional bicycle race featuring riders of the highest level.  This free-to-spectate live sporting event is coming to the Amber Valley.

On Friday 11th September 2015 the race will be passing through areas and the town of Belper.  The race starts in Stoke and finishes in Nottingham on Stage 6 on the journey.

Watch the action first hand with the Sprint section taking place in Belper before moving out towards Nottingham.

The Route

Find out more about Stage 6 of the Tour of Britain route including downloadable maps and information on when the Tour will pass through your area.

Derbyshire Sport Video

Riding the Tour of Britain route between Buxton and Belper.


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Further information, including a new animated logo and spectator details, can also be found at

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