NOTE: This content is old - Published: Tuesday, Apr 1st, 2014.
The Tour of Britain is to return to Wrexham again later in the year, hopefully repeating the success of the event last September!
Wrexham will be part of the second day of the event, on Monday 8th September.
The day’s race will start from Knowsley, scene of Sir Bradley Wiggins’ time trial victory in the 2013 Tour, before heading across North Wales to a stage finishing with a lap of the Great Orme and a seafront sprint in Llandudno.
The exact route is yet to be annoucned, however it is expected to follow last years – which was via the A525 from Whitchurch passing through Bangor on Dee onto Kingsmill Road before passing through Salop Road, St Giles Way, Brook Street, Pentre Felin, Bradley Road, Regent Street, Grosvenor Road, Rhosddu Road onto Llay Road.
You can see last years event passing through town in our picture gallery from the day by clicking here.
The Tour of Britain 2014 Stages:
Stage One: Sunday 7 September, Liverpool
Stage Two: Monday 8 September, Knowsley to Llandudno
Stage Three: Tuesday 9 September, Newtown to the Tumble
Stage Four: Wednesday 10 September, Worcester to Bristol
Stage Five: Thursday 11 September, Exmouth to Exeter
Stage Six: Friday 12 September, Bath to Hemel Hempstead
Stage Seven: Saturday 13 September, Camberley to Brighton
Stage Eight a: Sunday 14 September, London individual time trial
Stage Eight b: Sunday 14 September, London circuit race