Watch Tour cyclists in East Devon

PUBLISHED: 10:00 09 September 2009 | UPDATED: 00:09 16 June 2010

WITH two Stages of The Tour of Britain in the South West on September 17 and 18, Devon County Council is offering advice on how to make the most of the two days for anyone planning to watch the race.

WITH two Stages of The Tour of Britain in the South West on September 17 and 18, Devon County Council is offering advice on how to make the most of the two days for anyone planning to watch the race.

Covering 346km of Devon and Somerset over the two stages, which are being hosted by Devon and Somerset County Councils, there are plenty of good vantage points.

Some of the most exciting racing will be found during the King of the Mountain and Sprint sections of the race. Trow Hill out of Sidford is one of the King of the Hill climbs.

Other excellent spectator viewing spots during this stage are Honiton High Street, Sidbury, Sidford, Seaton, and Axminster High Street.


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