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Tour of Britain Stages 5-8

We have highlighted the best places to watch the cyclists

Best Places To Watch To Tour of Britain: Stages 5-8

If you're planning on joining the Tour of Britain in its later stages, then here is a little bit more information about where spectators will catch the best of the action! If you're feeling the need for some speed, then the YodelDirect Sprint points really are an ideal way to watch the riders give it their all.

If you missed our first blog looking at the best places to watch stages 1 -4, you can read it here.

Stage Five - 10th September:

On the 10 September the cyclists will cross a 171km route from Prudhoe to Hartside Fell. The competitors will race along the picturesque Hadrian's wall, one of the several Roman walls in Europe, before going through the final 7.9 km highest and longest climb of the tour to the finish in Hartside Fell.

For a fantastic opportunity to see the cyclists in action, why don't you join us at the breath-taking YodelDirect sprint points around Brampton or Penrith? 

Stage Six - 11th September:

Stage 6's 189km route of Aviva's Tour of Britain will start in Stoke-on-Trent city centre and finish at the Nottingham Recreation Ground.  The cyclists will have the chance to race through the scenic Peak District National Park; the area is set to be a tough but exciting stage for the cyclists due to its notorious climbs.

Want to see the cyclists at speed? YodelDirect sprints will be happening at Buxton, Belper and Ilkeston - and we'd love to see you there!

Stage Seven - 12th September:

Stage 7 sees the cyclists undertake the longest route of the 2015 tour so far - 225km from Fakenham to Ipswich! The competitors will race through Norfolk, speeding through the historical city centre and through the beautiful surroundings of the Breckland countryside.
The riders will be competing for the YodelDirect Sprint Jersey at Fornham St Martin, Needham Market and Wattissham Airfield. With one day to go, these are the points where the whole event could be won or lost!

Stage Eight - 13th September:

The final stage of The Aviva Tour of Britain will be held in London for a slightly shorter - but unforgettable - 93 km sprint!  The race will start and finish on the world-famous Regent Street and the cyclists will race to the backdrop of the stunning sights of Piccadily Circus, Trafalgar Square, The Strand and Whitehall.

Please do join us at the Start/Finish line to watch the concluding YodelDirect Sprints during laps 3, 6 and 9. This is where you'll see the riders really push themselves to secure last minute victories!

In the mean time, for the latest Tour of Britain updates, follow us on Twitter  - @YodelDirect. We currently have a competition for VIP tickets to watch the Tour of Britain from the hospitality area and will be launching our Hamper giveaway including lots of merchandise from the event - so make sure you stop by and enter. Or alternatively follow us on Instagram at:  yodel_your_delivery and share with us your best pictures from the race!

2nd September 2015