It's less than a week until the world's best female cyclists race at the Women's Tour of Britain.
And in the build up we've been behind-the-scenes with Wales' Elinor Barker and her team as they prepare for the race. Sarah Cooper was given special access and has been finding out just how hard it's been.
Many of the world's leading female cyclists are preparing for the start of the Women's Tour in Suffolk on Wednesday.
Among them is Elinor Barker, 20 and from Cardiff - and already a World and European champion, in team pursuit on the track.
She is riding with British team Matrix Fitness.
Watch Sarah Cooper's behind-the-scenes report with Elinor and the team:
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The Tour of Britain will begin another Welsh stage of the competition today with cyclists travelling between Newtown and the Tumble Mountain near Abergavenny.
Australia's Mark Renshaw lead the way yesterday as the riders finished the second stage in Llandudno.
The race is live on ITV4 between 1pm and 4pm with highlights at 10pm.
Cycling's Tour of Britain enters Wales today, with the Stage 2 finish line on Llandudno seafront.
Some of the world's top riders, including British stars Bradley Wiggins and Mark Cavendish, are taking part in the race, which started in Liverpool yesterday.
Today's second stage will travel from Knowsley on Merseyside, via Wrexham, Flintshire and Denbighshire, and Llandudno Great Orme's Marine Drive.
Tuesday is another Welsh stage, between Newtown and the Tumble Mountain near Abergavenny.
The race is live on ITV4 between 1pm and 4pm - with highlights at 8pm
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