Find out where the 2020 opening stage will begin!

Bicester to host the Grand Départ
We are excited to confirm that the Oxfordshire town of Bicester will host the start of the opening stage of the Women’s Tour in 2020.
This announcement will be made today at an unveiling ceremony in Bicester’s Garth Park. Local rider Katie Scott will join community cycling groups and local schoolchildren at the ceremony.
The 2020 race will begin in the town’s Market Square, which comprises part of its historic town trail.
After leaving Bicester, the world-class field of riders will weave their way through towns, villages and rural areas, inspiring local schools to organise themed sport and fitness lessons. Details of the finish host venue – also in Oxfordshire – will be announced in due course, so keep an eye out on your inbox.
Read more about the announcement below.
CAMS-Tifosi unveiled as first competing team
Britain’s CAMS-Tifosi squad will mark their inaugural season as an international team by taking part in the 2020 Women's Tour race.
CAMS-Tifosi’s progression to achieving Continental Team status with the UCI, cycling’s governing body, for 2020 follows last season’s dominant domestic campaign.
Rebecca Durrell, Gabby Shaw and the now-departed Anna Henderson finished one-two-three in the British Circuit Race Championships in July, two months after the team claimed the overall victory in the prestigious Tour Series for the first time.
The team’s 2020 line-up has been bolstered by the likes of Leicestershire sprinter Grace Garner (22), two-time Women’s Tour finisher Natalie Grinczer (26), and Megan Barker (22), who represented Wales at the 2018 Commonwealth Games. All 11 riders on the team’s roster for the season are British.

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