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Women's Tour 2021: Route, riders and all you need to know

Cyclist magazine
6 Oct 2021

All the key information about the 2021 Women's Tour. Race photos: SWpix

Women’s Tour 2019

The Ovo Energy Women's Tour returns for another year with the race taking place over six stages from 10th to 15th June. The female professionals will tackle one of the most testing courses in the calendar throughout England and Wales suiting sprinters and puncheurs alike.

Below is all the key information you need to know for the race as well as route maps of each stage.

The big news for this year's edition was the increase of stages to six, furthering the Women's Tour as one of the premier races for the best female pros in the world.

Women’s Tour 2019: Key information

Dates: Monday 10th June - Saturday 15th June  
Start: Beccles, Suffolk, England  
Finish: Pembrey, Carmarthenshire, Wales  
Stages: Six  
UK television coverage: Hour-long highlights of every stage will be shown on ITV4 each evening  

Women's Tour 2019: Route and stages

Another tough edition of the Women's Tour is store for this year's peloton. A mixture of rolling stages, sprint days and even a Belgian-style Kermesse will decide the sixth winner of this race that has always managed to attract some of the world's best riders.

Stage 2 at the Kent Cyclopark in Gravesend should provide the best spectacle. 

The peloton will navigate the exposed 2km circuit over 20 times meaning spectators will get the best bang for their buck when it comes to getting up close and personal with the race.

The decisive day on General Classification should be Stage 5, the 140km stage from Llandrindod Wells to Builth Wells.

It's consistently hilly with 2,200m of elevation and should provide a perfect launch pad for those looking to take overall honours. 

Stage 1: Beccles to Stowmarket, 157.6km

Stage 2: Kent Cyclopark to Kent Cyclopark, 62.5km

Stage 3: Henley-on-Thames to Blenheim Palace, 145.1km

Stage 4: Warwick to Burton Dassett, 158.9km

Stage 5: Llandrindod Wells to Builth Wells, 140km

Stage 6: Carmarthen to Pembrey Country Park, 125.9km

Women’s Tour 2019: Teams and start list


Bigla Pro Cycling


Amalie Dideriksen 
Jolien d'Hoore


Kasia Niewiadoma
Tiffany Cromwell


Marianne Vos


FDJ Nouvelle Aquitaine-Futuroscope



Roxane Fournier

Parkhotel Valkenburg

Team Sunweb

Coryn Rivera


Virtu Cycling


Lizzie Deignan

Valcar Cyclance Cycling

WNT-Rotar Pro Cycling

Lisa Brennauer

Women's Tour 2018: Top 10

Women's Tour: Previous winners

2018: Coryn Rivera (USA) Team Sunweb
2017: Katarzyna Niewiadoma (POL) WM3 Energie
2016: Elizabeth Deignan (GBR) Boels-Dolmans
2015: Lisa Brennauer (GER) Velocio-Sram
2014: Marianne Vos (NED) Rabobank-Liv 

Women’s Tour 2019: Television coverage

Subject to change

Stage 1: Monday 10th June

2000-2100 Stage 1 highlights, ITV4

Stage 2: Tuesday 11th June

2000-2100 Stage 2 highlights, ITV4

Stage 3: Wednesday 12th June

2000-2100 Stage 3 highlights, ITV4

Stage 4: Thursday 13th June

2000-2100 Stage 4 highlights, ITV4

Stage 5: Friday 14th June

2000-2100 Stage 5 highlights, ITV4

Stage 6: Saturday 15th June

2000-2100 Stage 6 highlights, ITV4