2018 Route - stage seven
Tour of Britain returns to Nottinghamshire, the longest stage of the race will take in 215km of the county’s top landmarks, countryside and dozens of towns and villages.
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Route through Nottinghamshire
See what route the world’s best cyclists will take whilst racing through our great county.
Route and timetable
|Route Details||Estimated Time of Arrival|
|Start: Central Avenue, West Bridgford||10:30|
|Keyworth (King of the Mountains)||11:12|
|Bank Hill, Dorket Head (King of the Mountains)||11:58|
|Oxton Hill (King of the Mountains)||12:14|
|Retford (Sprint 1)||13:13|
|Worksop (Sprint 2)||13:32|
|Kirkby in Ashfield||15:03|
|Chesterfield Road South Mansfield||15:22|
There will be a small number of road closures involving the surrounding areas of each start and finish location.These closures will be finalised well in advance of the race taking place and will be published here, including how long the roads will be closed for.
In between each start and finish there will be a ‘rolling road closure’ system. This is where the race route, and junctions with access roads onto the route, are closed while the race passes through.
The length of closure of the rolling road block depends upon how dispersed the riders are. Typically, the lead motorcycle instigating the closure is 15 minutes ahead of the lead rider. The closure then remains in place until all riders and race cars have passed through.
Follow an aerial view of the route
View a video fly-through of the planned route for stage seven of the Tour of Britain through Nottinghamshire, from West Bridgford to Mansfield.