It’s the final day of us looking back to the first edition of the Women’s Tour last May, as our attention turns to 2014’s fifth day of racing from Harwich in Tendring to the finish at Bury St Edmunds in Suffolk.

Tendring hosted the race for a second day, following the Stage Three finish in Clacton, with the final day’s start heading off from Harwich, just ahead of the Tour de Tendring sportive.

Racing through Essex and Suffolk, the finish came on Angel Hill in Bury St Edmunds, with an exciting bunch sprint before the spectacular final podium celebrations.

Watch the above video to relive the action, and don’t forget to tune in at 8pm every night during the 2015 Aviva Women’s Tour (17 – 21 June) for all this year’s race highlights.

The Aviva Women’s Tour gets underway from Angel Hill in Bury St Edmunds on Wednesday 17 June. The evening before from 5pm fans can get up close to the 16 teams and 96 riders at the free-to-attend team presentation, which will take place in Charter Square in the town, outside the Apex theatre.

Above – Emma Pooley is interviewed on a chilly podium before the final stage start in Harwich

Below – Despite the damp conditions, Suffolk still proved a picturesque backdrop to the final day’s racing

Above – There were tears at the finish as Emma Trott completed her final race as a professional, alongside sister Laura

Below – Marianne Vos certainly left her mark on the 2014 Women’s Tour