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Aviva Women’s Tour Stage Preview: Stage Five, Sunday 21 June

General Classification decider sets off from Marlow to cover hilly terrain

Start: High Street, Marlow

Finish: Leighton Buzzard, Hemel Hempstead

Distance: 102km / 64 miles

The final stage of the 2015 Aviva Women’s Tour has been regarded as the toughest since day one. Not only will the riders be feeling the biting fatigue of four days riding, but the route features tougher climbs than any other stage and some long, technical descents along the roads from Marlow to Hemel Hempstead.

With the General Classification close, and only eleven seconds between the top four riders, the overall winner is far from decided. The bunch is very likely to split along the route, with struggling riders losing contact with the peloton from the opening miles.

Prime viewing spots

Start: High Street, Marlow, around 10.45am

Strava Queen of the Mountain, One: Cryers Hill, around 12.15pm, at 30 miles in

Chain Reaction Sprint, one: High Street Outside AGE Electrical, Prestwood, around 12.25pm, 33miles in

Strava Queen of the Mountains, Two: Tom’s Hill Road, at around 1pm, 51 miles in

Chain Reaction Sprint, two: Outside Bridgewater Arms Public House, Little Gaddesden, around 1.16pm, 54 miles in

Finish: Leighton Buzzard Road, Hemel Hempstead, 64 miles in

See Stage One at Home

If you can’t get to the roadside, you can catch the highlights on ITV, from 8-9pm, or tune into the Aviva Tour YouTube channel, or follow the live updates from our TWC Twitter feed.

Want to know more? Get all the essential Women’s Tour info here. 

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