Tour of Britain fans wanting to test themselves on this year’s race route can now see how they compare to the world’s best riders. In this Collection, you'll find the routes for each of the eight stages of the 2023 Tour:
Stage 1: Altrincham to Manchester
Stage 2: Wrexham circular
Stage 3: Goole to Beverley
Stage 4: Sherwood Forest to Newark-on-Trent
Stage 5: Felixstowe circular
Stage 6: Southend-on-Sea to Harlow
Stage 7: Tewkesbury to Gloucester
Stage 8: Margam Country Park to Caerphilly
Please note that as these are the official race routes, there are some sections that are routed onto one-way streets or busy roads (which will be closed to traffic while each stage is raced), so you'll want to adapt these before riding yourself.
Coming to spectate? Join us by the side of the road from Sunday 3 to Sunday 10 September. Alternatively, watch the race televised live on ITV4 in the UK and around the world by Eurosport and the Global Cycling Network (GCN).
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The Grand Départ of the Tour of Britain Grand is being held in Greater Manchester in 2023, just as it was for the very first edition of the modern incarnation of the race some 19 years ago.
Altrincham hosts the start line, next to the lively market that's become well known for its independent street food…
Take on a circular route from Wrexham to ride stage two of the Tour of Britain, one of two stages that start and finish in the same place. The North Wales city of Wrexham is host to the Tour for the first time in eight years.
Head over into England into Cheshire on the clockwise loop, then crossing back…
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Stage three sees the East Riding of Yorkshire feature in the Tour of Britain for the first time, and will surely be one for the sprinters.
The port town of Goole is the scene for the start of the stage, before roads lead the peloton north through Howden, Market Weighton and Driffield.
The classic British…
Another opportunity for the peloton's sprinters, the Tour returns to Nottinghamshire for the fourth time in seven years. While this may be the third longest stage of the 2023 Tour of Britain, with only 1,200 metres of climbing, it's a certainly not a hilly one.
The beautiful National Trust sites of Clumber…
Borrowing a finish parcours from the 2021 Women's Tour, stage 5 is the longest stage of the 2023 Tour of Britain, and its first visit to the county of Suffolk since 2017.
The circular route starts and finishes in one of Suffolk’s most recognisable seaside towns, Felixstowe, and heads out on a tour of…
Taking in a loop of rural Essex, the second day in the East of England links Southend-on-Sea with Harlow for the sixth stage.
Starting besides the town's historic, record breaking pier, the first part of the stage links towns of Rochford, South Woodham Ferrers, and Burnham-on-Crouch, so there's plenty…
Take in some Cotswold classics on this tour of Gloucestershire for the Tour of Britain's seventh stage.
This route remains unchanged from the one planned for last year, which cancelled before it was raced.
While the course is hilly throughout, there are some serious climbs in the final 30 kilometres. Crawley…
The final stage of the 2023 Tour of Britain is also set to be the toughest in Tour history, with popular local Welsh climbs including the Bwlch, Rhigos, Bryn Du and Blaenllechau, all before tackling the Caerphilly Mountain climb; not just once but twice.
From Margam Country Park, the route heads out to…
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