Spratt Endicott Solicitors in Banbury will be supporting the AJ Bell Women’s Tour when it finishes in the Oxfordshire market town on Monday (4 October).

Stage One of the UCI Women’s WorldTour event finishes on South Bar Street in Banbury close to the Spratt Endicott offices, which will be hosting the media centre for the race.

The nationally recognised nationally recognised law firm has offices in Banbury, Brackley,Bicester and Buckingham, has been based in the Stage One finish location since 2002.

Looking ahead to the event Spratt Endicott Solicitors Managing Director Andrew Woods said;

“We are delighted to be involved as such an important event in the sporting calendar visits Oxfordshire. We have been established both in Banbury and Bicester for a long time so it feels fitting that we are able to support an event so close to our home.

“Many of our team here are keen cyclists, and we have all been very excited to see the community coming together as we get closer to the start of the Tour. We wish all the teams the best of luck in what promises to be a fantastic event.”

In addition to helping with hosting at the finish, Heidi Yates, a Legal Assistant in the Spratt Endicott Solicitors Debt Recovery practice will be taking part in the pre-race ride out in Bicester, where another of Spratt Endicott offices is located.

Yates is a qualified Breeze Ride Leader, having been on a course organised by Cherwell Valley District Council to increase the number of new ride leaders across Oxfordshire.

Fittingly Yates and other Breeze ride leaders will be helping to start off the AJ Bell Women’s Tour, riding out ahead of the peloton for the opening kilometres before racing gets underway.

You can find out more about Spratt Endicott Solictors here and more information on British Cycling’s Breeze programme, which aims to get more women into riding bikes for fun here.