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Race Cycle Route 2017

Stage Seven of the 2017 Tour of Britain Cycle Race, from Hemel Hempstead to Cheltenham, will take place on Saturday 9th September.

Famous names from the world of road cycling will be taking part including Caleb Ewan, Alexander Kristoff and Mark Cavendish.

The cyclists' route will take them through Whithurch, Oving, Pitchcott and Upper Winchendon before turning right at the crossroads at the top of Cannon's Hill (see map) towards Ashendon, Wooton and Brill.

The riders are expected to pass through the Cannon's Hill crossroads between 11.45am and 12.05pm.

Click on the map to view an enlarged version.

This is sure to be a fine spectacle with a terrific atmosphere.

Download the full Stage 7 route details here

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