Most popular

Where can I watch Tour of Britain 2021?

Where can I watch Tour of Britain 2021?

The Tour of Britain is televised live on ITV4 in the UK and around the world by Eurosport and the Global Cycling Network (GCN). Cycling enthusiasts will be able to watch every moment of the 2021 race on ITV4 as they exclusively broadcast all eight stages live from start to finish for the fourth edition running.

Is Tour of Britain on Eurosport?

Follow the Tour of Britain live with Eurosport. The Tour of Britain race starts at 11:45 on 8 September 2021. Find Tour of Britain results, calendar, standings and table. Get all the info on the teams to watch.

What are the stages of the Tour of Britain?

DFP – Footer – Right

  • Stage 1. Start. Penzance. End. Bodmin.
  • Stage 2. Start. Sherford. End. Exeter.
  • Stage 3. Start. Llandeilo. End. National Botanic Garden of Wales.
  • Stage 4. Start. Aberaeron. End. Great Orme, Llandudno.
  • Stage 5. Start. Alderley Park. End.
  • Stage 6. Start. Carlisle. End.
  • Stage 7. Start. Hawick. End.
  • Stage 8. Start. Stonehaven. End.

When did the Tour of Britain start?

Tour of Britain/First event date

Who is pippa York?

Philippa York (born Robert Millar on 13 September 1958) is a Scottish journalist and former professional road racing cyclist. York, who competed when known as Robert Millar, is one of Britain’s most successful cyclists.

How long does the tour of Britain last?

No. As the race is only eight days long, we endeavour to visit as much of Great Britain as we possibly can. This is also why we attempt to take the race into new towns and cities each year, while at the same time returning to certain areas that have previously welcomed the event enthusiastically.

What date is the Tour of Britain 2021?

Sep 5, 2021 – Sep 12, 2021
2021 Tour of Britain/Date

What is the British equivalent of the Tour de France?

British League of Racing Cyclists
They formed a new body, the British League of Racing Cyclists (BLRC), which wanted not only massed racing but a British version of the Tour de France. The first multi-day stage race in Britain was the Southern Grand Prix in Kent in August 1944.

Is Philippa York a man?

On 6 July 2017, in a statement on Cyclingnews, York confirmed her gender transition. She wrote that: As much as I’ve guarded my privacy over the years there are a few, I believe obvious, reasons to why I haven’t had a public “image” since I transitioned.

Where does Philippa York live?

south of England
Philippa York was born in Glasgow. She has two grown-up children and currently lives in the south of England with her partner, Linda.

Which British riders are in this year’s Tour de France?

Geraint Thomas, Mark Cavendish and Chris Froome lead the British contingent at the 2021 Tour de France, which also includes former Vuelta champion Simon Yates and last year’s Giro winner Tao Geoghegan Hart, who is one of three British debutants.

Where does the tour of Britain start 2019?

Tour of Britain 2019 route: Stage by stage guide. Stage 1, Saturday 7th September: Glasgow to Kirkcudbright, 201.5km. Departing the city of Glasgow, the first day of the Tour of Britain tackles a mighty day of climbing across Scotland’s beautiful countryside before finishing in Kirkcudbright on the Scottish south coast.

Where is the final stage of the tour of Britain?

While the exact route is yet to be announced, the final stage of the 2021 Tour will take in the delights of Aberdeenshire including a climb up Cairn o’Mount. It will be the furthest north the modern incarnation of the race has gone and about 700 miles from the starting point in Penzance, although it’s still around 200 miles south of John o’Groats.

Why was the tour of Britain cancelled in 2020?

Having been cancelled in 2020 due to you know what, the race will finally take to the planned Cornwall Grand Depart 722 days after Mathieu van der Poel took the overall victory in Manchester.

Where does the tour of Britain finish in Warrington?

Warrington will host the finish of a Tour of Britain stage for the first time this year, though it did feature in 2012 when the peloton passed through en route to Knowsley Safary Park from Nottingham.