Route announced for inaugural Women’s Tour of Scotland

Photo: PhotoSport International via Cycling Weekly

Photo: PhotoSport International via Cycling Weekly

 

The route of the first ever Women’s Tour of Scotland has been announced.

Taking place over three stages in August 2019, the event is intended to be a long-term fixture in the cycling calendar.

The race will consist of three road stages, totalling 350km and will take in Dundee, Glasgow and Edinburgh.

Scottish Olympic and world champion Katie Archibald said:

“This is a great route for a race and the sheer calibre of teams and riders who will be racing the first Women’s Tour of Scotland is really exciting – I’m proud to be involved with the Tour and I really hope more women and girls will be inspired to start cycling as a result.”

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