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The Tour of Britain cycling race will return to Norfolk and Suffolk this autumn after a three-year absence.
The counties will host the penultimate stage which will take place on 12 September.
The 225km (139 mile) course will start at Fakenham Racecourse before heading to Norwich and eventually ending in Ipswich.
The route will also pass through Aylsham, Wymondham, Attleborough and Thetford among other towns and villages.
“In previous years the Tour of Britain has brought significant economic investment into Norfolk and proved to be a hugely popular event, so the race returning to the county is welcome news.
We are the only east of England stage and as well as giving a boost to Norfolk's profile and businesses, it may also lead to increased cycling among residents, with consequent health benefits."
Essex cyclist Alex Dowsett finished 8th in the Tour of Britain.
The Maldon rider was overall race leader for a brief spell over the weekend.
Dylan Van Baarle, from the Netherlands, took the yellow jersey on Saturday and held onto it following yesterday's final stage in London.
Dowsett finished 54 seconds off the lead.
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They may be the superstars of British cycling and tamed some of the toughest races in Europe but the flat lands of Norfolk proved too much for both Bradley Wiggins and Mark Cavendish on the opening day of the Tour of Britain.
Both crashed within a few hundred yards of each other in a dramatic finale to the longest stage of the race from Ipswich to Norwich. On a blazing hot day, thousands lined the route to cheer the riders on.
Thousands of people lined the streets of Suffolk and Norfolk today for the first stage of the Tour of Britain.
The turnout was boosted by Tour de France winner and Olympic gold medallist Bradley Wiggins. But spectators did not get the ending they might have hoped for.
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The Tour de France winner and Olympic Gold Medallist Bradley Wiggins was among 101 cyclists who raced through Suffolk and Norfolk for the first stage of the Tour of Britain today.
The cyclists set off from Ipswich at 10am, and are due to start arriving at the Norfolk Showground near Norwich within the next five minutes.
ITV Anglia viewer Jane Manthorp sent in this photograph of Bradley Wiggins as he passed through Woodbridge in Suffolk.
Thousands of people have lined the streets of Suffolk to watch the Tour of Britain.
The first stage of the race started in Ipswich at ten o'clock. The competitors will head up the Suffolk Coast and through Norfolk, finishing at the Norfolk Showground early this afternoon.
101 cyclists are taking part in the 120 mile route stage, including the Tour de France and Olympic gold medal winner Bradley Wiggins.
Britain's largest professional cycling race - the Tour of Britain - began in Suffolk this morning.Read the full story ›