After a year's break the tour of Britain is making a welcome return to the region. Here's all the info you need for our region.Read the full story ›
Sir Bradley Wiggins has been confirmed as the latest face taking part in the Tour of Britain.
The 2012 Tour de France champion, who recently won his eighth Olympic medal, will ride in Britain’s biggest professional cycle race for his own Team WIGGINS.
Alongside him will be teammates Owain Doull - who finished third overall in the Tour of Britain in 2015 - and Jonathan Dibben, who will be riding his third Tour of Britain.
The remaining three riders in the Team WIGGINS line-up will be confirmed closer to the race.
We are delighted to be welcoming two of our Olympic Champions to the Tour of Britain just three weeks after their success in Rio.
As a former winner of the Tour of Britain it is always a pleasure to welcome Sir Bradley Wiggins back to Britain’s biggest race, while Owain Doull was the star of the 2015 Tour, showing he has a very bright future ahead of him.
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Sir Bradley Wiggins said the "crowds were fantastic" as he cycled through Devon in Stage 5 of the Tour of Britain.
We caught up with the cyclist after the race which saw him fall to sixth place overall:
The Tour of Britain returns to the West today - stage six begins at Bath's Royal Cresent this morning - the start of 128 miles of racing. The 100 elite cyclists will be weaving along Wiltshire's country lanes en route. Businesses are taking advantage of the event - one brewery's even making a Tour beer.
Philip Downes from Box Steam Brewery tells us more about the drink: