The final stage of the Tour of Britain left from Worcester today, as the riders raced from the town centre to Cardiff.Read the full story ›
The cyclist who was hospitalised in the crash at Retford involving a parked car, said the incident could have been avoided.Read the full story ›
An estimated 200,000 took to the roads to see Tour of Britain cyclists race past them in what is thought to have been the biggest crowd yet.Read the full story ›
A Tour of Britain cyclist was hospitalised after he crashed into a stationary car, leaving the car's rear window smashed.Read the full story ›
This is the fourth stage of the event and 124 of the world's best riders are on the roads.Read the full story ›
Mark Cavendish abandoned the Tour of Britain on Friday following a crash as team-mate Matteo Trentin won stage six in Nottingham.Read the full story ›
Want to watch today's stage of the Tour of Britain as 120 elite cyclists weave their way through Staffordshire, the Peak District and Nottinghamshire?
If you do then you'll need to be in the right place at the right time, as the rush of the peloton waits for no one!
Chris Halpin explains where and when you need to be along the route as it races by today.
Wychavon is set to welcome stage 4 of the Tour of Britain through Broadway, Pershore and Evesham today, as the Tour makes its way from Worcester to Bristol.
Jem Teal, Community Development Manager at Wychavon, said:
We're all ready to give the Tour of Britain a fantastic welcome to Wychavon. I'm sure residents and businesses will go all out to get behind the riders and show them our support. This is great news for the area and lots of fun for everyone.
Presiding over the village Broadway Tower will be decorated in a yellow jersey and traders will be getting into the spirit of the event by decorating their shop windows and offering live music.
In Pershore the streets will be dressed with bunting and in Chapman Court there will be a celebratory bicycle made entirely from willow.
There will also be street entertainment and local schools are expected to line the streets with Pershore High School running a yellow jersey day for charity.
Britain's answer to the Tour de France was in Stoke today. The world's best cyclists, including current leader Sir Bradley Wiggins and rising star Dan Martin from Tamworth took to their bikes for Stage Four of the Tour of Britain and were cheered on by thousands of spectators.
Our Sports Correspondent Steve Clamp reports.