2022 Tour of Britain Route

Stage 5

The eagerly anticipated Nottinghamshire stage of this year’s Tour of Britain cycle race will once again start in West Bridgford and finish in Mansfield.

It is the third time the showpiece event will take place in the county and follows the hugely successful staging of the race in 2017 and 2018.

This year’s race returns to Nottinghamshire on Thursday 8 September and will see the fifth stage begin on Central Avenue in West Bridgford and end on Chesterfield Road South in Mansfield.

It will pass through several towns and villages in the county, including East Leake, Radcliffe-on-Trent, Calverton, Southwell, Retford and Worksop – as well as take competitors along the recently-opened £49 million Colliery Way road (Gedling Access Road).

The 190km route – approximately 118 miles – will also take in key county landmarks and attractions such as world-famous cricket ground Trent Bridge, the legendary Sherwood Forest and popular tourist attraction Clumber Park.


Route through Nottinghamshire

See what route the world’s best cyclists will take whilst racing through our great county.

A map of the Tour of Britain route through Nottinghamshire

View the West Bridgford to Mansfield Route Map [pdf]

Take a look at the interactive Google map to see if the race is coming near your home or business!

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