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Race Route: Women's Tour 2015

STAGE 1: SUFFOLK

The second ever Women's Tour starts where last year's finished - in Suffolk. The riders head out of Bury St Edmunds and drop down towards Ipswich, before travelling along the seafront from Thorpeness, down to the finish line in Aldeburgh.

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Stage 1 starts where last year's Women's Tour finished - in Suffolk Credit: ITV News

STAGE 2: ESSEX

The riders roll out of Braintree, bearing east through Sudbury and Hadleigh. Like last year, they then pass through Manningtree and Thorpe-le-Soken - with the stage concluding on Clacton sea front.

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Stage 2 sees the riders race through Essex Credit: ITV News

STAGE 3: NORTHAMPTONSHIRE

After Oundle hosted last year's Grand Depart, riders will roll out of the town before heading out towards King's Cliffe. The route then passes through Corby, Desborough and Naseby, and then back on itself for the final run in to the finish in Kettering.

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Stage 3 returns to last year's Grand Depart Credit: ITV News

STAGE 4: HERTFORDSHIRE

The riders will race from Waltham Cross, north, through Laura Trott's home town of Cheshunt. The route then passes through Royston, before dropping down to the town of Walkem, before the final run in to the finish in Stevenage.

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Stage 4 runs through Laura Trott's home town of Cheshunt Credit: ITV News

STAGE 5: THAMES VALLEY

The final stage begins on the banks of the River Thames in Marlow, heading west through Danesfield and through Mill End. The final race to the finish line will drop down through Potten End, before arriving in Hemel Hempstead.

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Stage 5 cuts through part of the Thames Valley Credit: ITV News

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