4th October 2021
Bicester → Banbury
Today the 2021 AJ Bell Women's Tour gets underway with the Grand Depart through the Oxfordshire countryside, starting in Bicester and ending in Banbury. The riders will face a challenging first stage which includes three categorised climbs in the final 60 kilometres. Stage one will see the peloton cover a total distance of 147.7 kilometres, with a total elevation of 1,264 meters. With two ascents of the Sibford Ferris climb close to the finish, it could be a day for the punchers.
To find out more about this year's riders, course, and teams, we've put together a guide so you can fully appreciate this year's AJ Bell Women's Tour of Britain. Click here to read more.
Jess Finney: our eyes in the peloton
Throughout the Women's Tour, we are fortunate enough to have young British rider Jess Finney providing us with her progress and race action from inside the peloton. In the lead up to this year's AJ BELL Women's tour, we sat down with Jess and talked about her career so far and how she was feeling leading up to this year's race. Click here to read the article.
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