Tour of Britain in Mold 2015 06/09/2015 - 06/09/2015
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After leaving Anglesey, Gwynedd, Conwy County and Denbighshire the Tour of Britain will race through Flintshire with Mold hosting the final YodelDirect Sprint, just over 20-kilometres from the finish line. After heading through Mold, Buckley and Hope the race heads into Wrexham via New Road, looping around the town centre before turning into Tuttle Street for the finish on Chester Street.|
|Sunday 6 September will see the world's top cyclists, including riders from the likes of Team Sky, BMC Racing and Etixx Quick-Step, start from Beaumaris on Anglesey, racing through all six regions of North Wales for the first time to finish in the heart of Wrexham, with ITV screening three-hours of live coverage.|
The evening before Parc Eirias in Colwyn Bay will play host to a Team Presentation event, where all 20 competing teams and 120 riders will appear on stage in front the public.|
Stage One will get underway from The Green in Beaumaris at 11:00, completing a 40-kilometre loop on the island before crossing into Gwynedd via the Menai Bridge.|
Llanberis will host the opening YodelDirect Sprint of the 2015 race, sponsored by parcel delivery company Yodel, with riders contesting the sprint a few metres away from where Mark Cavendish won Stage Four in 2013.|
Immediately afterwards riders will tackle the opening SKODA King of the Mountains climb of Llanberis Pass, rated [the top Category One] by organisers SweetSpot Group, in the shadow of England and Wales' highest mountain, Snowdon.|
The route will then head into Conwy County and through Capel Curig, Betws-y-Coed and Llanrwst before the four kilometre long SKODA King of the Mountains climb of Nant-y-Glyn.|
Denbighshire will be the fourth region the route takes in, passing through the county town of Denbigh, with a second YodelDirect Sprint at Pentre Llanhaeadr and the day's final SKODA King of the Mountains on the climb of the Bwlch out of Ruthin into the Clwydian Hills.|The penultimate region for Stage One to race through is Flintshire with Mold hosting the final YodelDirect Sprint, just over 20-kilometres from the finish line. After heading through Mold, Buckley and Hope the race heads into Wrexham via New Road, looping around the town centre before turning into Tuttle Street for the finish on Chester Street.
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