Coming to watch the 2019 OVO Energy Women’s Tour? Discover the most spectator-friendly places along each stage route in our handy fan guide.

Catching multiple sightings of the riders in this year’s race is achievable throughout, thanks to our route design and planning work with our amazing host venues and counties.

See you along the roadside!

Stage One: Stowmarket

Location: Ipswich Road (KM145.6 and KM157.6)

Estimated arrival times: 14:34 and 14:53

Riders will complete a loop of Stowmarket at the end of Monday’s opening stage, meaning any spectators watching on Ipswich Road will get to see an Eisberg sprint first time through the line and then a likely bunch sprint as the world’s best battle for the stage victory second time around.

Stage Two: Kent Cyclopark

Location: Cyclopark, Gravesend

Estimated stage times: 14:00 start, 15:38 finish

Stage two is a 25-lap kermesse around the Kent Cyclopark in Gravesend, making this our most spectator friendly stage ever! Spectators at the Cyclopark will get multiple viewings of the riders, including three Eisberg sprints on laps 10, 15 and 20 (contested across the venue’s designated start/finish line).

Fans attending this stage should note that parking is extremely limited on site: please book the park and ride service being run by Kent County Council, Bluewater and Ebbsfleet International instead.

Stage Three: Pishill and Britwell Hill

Locations: Patemore Lane and Britwell Hill Road (KM9.5 and KM21.1)

Estimated arrival times: 11:00 and 11:18

The tops of the two SKODA Queen of the Mountains climbs during our first-ever Oxfordshire stage are separated by less than a kilometre, making them both easily accessible for spectators – especially those on bikes!

Stage Four: Burton Dassett Country Park

Locations: Burton Dassett Country Park (KM133.8, KM146.4 and KM158.9)

Estimated arrival times: 14:15, 14:36 and 14:55

The race’s first hill-top finish takes place at Warwickshire’s Burton Dassett County Park on day four of this year’s race. Handily, riders will tackle the 1.2-kilometre SKODA Queen of the Mountains climb three times at the end of the stage, making it the perfect location to watch the race from.

Stage Five: Llandrindod Wells and Builth Wells

Locations: Princes Avenue and Royal Welsh Showground (neutralised stage start and KM140)

Estimated arrival times: 10:30 and 14:26

Watching the ceremonial start and then the battle for the stage victory on day five of this year’s OVO Energy Women’s Tour is more than possible for spectators!

With only 12 kilometres (seven miles) separating Llandrindod Wells’ man-made lake and the Royal Welsh Showground, fans can enjoy a leisurely trek down from our start to the finish while the peloton explore Powys during the hardest stage in race history to date!

Stage Six: Carmarthen

Locations: Carmarthen Park (neutralised stage start)

Estimated arrival times: 10:00

The peloton will complete virtually a whole lap of the Carmarthen Velodrome as they begin the ceremonial start to this year’s final stage. Get your photographs from the raised banking that surrounds the track – a unique vantage point in the 2019 OVO Energy Women’s Tour!

Downloads and links

Click here to explore the 2019 OVO Energy Women’s Tour route | Click here to download stage timetables