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The Women’s Tour attracts the very best athletes and teams every year to race on British roads in front of hundreds of thousands of fans, who line the roadside to cheer them on.

The Women’s Tour attracts the very best athletes and teams every year to race on British roads in front of hundreds of thousands of fans, who line the roadside to cheer them on.

Thirteen of the 14 UCI Women’s WorldTour squads will compete in this year’s race as the Women’s Tour gets set for its joint largest field ever: 102 riders across 17 teams.

Among those are Team SD Worx, the world’s number one team, and the squad of defending champion Demi Vollering. The Dutch team have also won more stages of the race – 11 – since the Women’s Tour’s inaugural edition in 2014.

The winning teams of the race’s other previous winners will also be competing: Trek –  Segafredo (Lizzie Deignan, 2016 and 2019 champion), Team Jumbo – Visma (Marianne Vos, 2014 champion; Coryn Labecki, 2018 champion), Canyon//SRAM Racing (Kasia Niewiadoma, 2017 champion) and CERATIZIT – WNT Pro Cycling (Lisa Brennauer, 2015 winner).

This year’s race will also welcome two teams – Team Jumbo – Visma (Netherlands) and Uno-X Pro Cycling Team (Norway) – for the first time, while Human Powered Health will compete for the first time since 2015.

Click here to download the Women’s Tour 2022 startlist.

Jersey artwork (c) Jeroen Annaert.

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