Race times, family fun, and spectator information for Thursday 16th June.
The final countdown.
With the clock clicking down until the big event, details of what families can expect in their area have been released.
If you are along the route through Warwick district on the day you can watch the race first hand at these locations at these times:
- University of Warwick campus – 10.37 to 10.52
- Gibbett Hill Road – 10.42 to 10.57
- Coventry Road – 10.48 to 11.03
- Kenilworth – 10.57 to 11.12
- Leek Wootton – 11.01 to 11.16
- Warwick – 11.05 to 11.20
University of Warwick
The Warwick campus will provide opportunities to get involved and watch the race as it passes through the campus as part of the 140km route through Warwickshire on Thursday 16th June.
From 10am there will be food stalls, cycling demos, activities and demonstrations at the heart of the campus.
There will also be plenty of spectator areas to cheer on the cyclists as they race through.
The university will also host a schools engagement event where local schools will be invited to take part in a morning of activities themed around ‘our amazing bodies are and how we get them active’.
After the race leaves campus, the big screen will be screening Euro16 matches starting with the England vs Wales match from 2pm.
Due to the expected disruption to car parks and local traffic services, visitors and spectators are encouraged to watch the race from campus to arrive on foot only.
More information can be found on the University of Warwick website.
Events in Kenilworth.
From 9am Kenilworth’s weekly market will be at Abbey End as Kenilworth gets ready to welcome the arrival of the Women’s Tour.
Stallholders will be selling their usual range of food, clothing and accessories alongside a range of sport-themed stalls including
- Akuma Sports,
- Fitness Worx
- and Vaughan’s Cycles.
The Shakespeare’s Hospice will also be selling pre-loved bicycles at Abbey End on event day.
Meanwhile in Warwick…
The town square will host market stalls, with bikes and cycling gear on offer as well as street food for those visiting the town.
There will also be
- a juicing bike,
- bike safety demos, and
- the chance to go on a traditional Penny Farthing!
And in true Warwick fashion, there will be Morris dancers for your entertainment.
For more information on temporary road closures, parking, and other events on the day please keep checking the Warwickshire County Council Women’s Tour website.