Road Cycling Events

Aviva Women’s Tour Stage Preview: Stage Four, Saturday 20 June

Penultimate stage races through Laura Trott's home streets

Start: Waltham Cross, High Street

Finish: Stevenage, High Street

Total distance: 103 km/65 miles

Known as Laura Trott’s “home stage” this route celebrates the area where the Matrix Pro Cycling rider and Olympic Champion grew up.

The winding lanes have been described as “similar to the roads of the Northern European Classics” – thanks to short, sharp rises and long stretches through exposed fields.

Similar to stages one and two, a bunch sprint is likely to be on the cards, but a breakaway could succeed thanks to the twists and turns which will slow a larger peloton down more than a small and select group or solo rider.

Prime viewing spots

Start: Waltham Cross, riders through approx 10am

Strava Queen of the Mountain, One: Port Hill, Outside Oaks Vets Practice to opposite Trinity Close, aroud 7 miles in, riders around 10.30am.

Chain Reaction Sprint, one: Barkway Highstreet, 38 miles in, around 12pm

Chain Reaction Sprint, two: Royston, Outside Health Sports Centre, 45miles in, around 12.25pm

Strava Queen of the Mountains, Two: Therfield Heath,  finish outside “The Greys”, 46 miles in, around 12.30pm

Finish: Stevenage, High Street, around 1.20pm

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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