Mathieu Van Der Poel wins stage 4 of the 16th Tour of Britain on September 10, 2019 in Kendal, United Kingdom

Gripped by Tour de France? Get up close with Tour of Britain

Tour de France fever has swept the nation over the last 3 weeks. This famed cycle race, taking in the most mountainous regions of both the Alps and the Pyrenees in France, culminated in an exciting finish in Paris which was one of the most viewed sporting events of the year so far.

The conclusion of the Tour de France, which saw nearly 80 hours of cycling for the winner across 21 different stages, has left many wondering what’s next in the world of professional cycling. But worry not, the Tour of Britain is just around the corner!

The Tour of Britain is the UK’s most prestigious cycling race. Starting on the 4th of September and racing over 1400km, over 100 of the world’s best cyclists will descend onto the roads of Britain in a race to be crowned the champion. An expected 1.4 million viewers roadside will cheer the riders on, but what if you want to get a little closer to the action?

Luckily, the Sportive Breaks team are on hand to offer a host of VIP and hospitality experiences, for those who want to take their support to the next level. With opportunities such as riding in an Official Race Car or crossing the finish line of your favourite stage with ex-professional cyclist Dan Martin, you’ll never be closer to the action.

With prices starting from £249, the full range of hospitality and VIP experiences can be found here:

Stage 1: Aberdeen to Glenshee Ski Centre (4th September 2022)

Stage 2: Hawick to Duns (5th September 2022)

Stage 3: Durham to Sunderland (6th September 2022)

Stage 4: Redcar to Duncombe Park, Helmsley (7th September 2022)

Stage 5: West Bridgford to Mansfield (8th September 2022)

Stage 6: Tewkesbury to Gloucester (9th September 2022)

Stage 7: West Bay to Ferndown (10th September 2022)

Stage 8: Ryde to the Needles (11th September 2022)

Header image: Mathieu Van Der Poel wins stage 4 of the 16th Tour of Britain on September 10, 2019 in Kendal, United Kingdom. Picture: Shutterstock/Patick Bannon

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