Tour Series returns to tough Durham for record tenth year

Tour Series returns to tough Durham for record tenth year

Joe Robinson 2 Apr 2019 Cobbled South Street climb returns as Tour Series returns this May The Tour Series will return to the cobbled streets of Durham for a record-setting 10th year this May to tackle one of Britain's toughest criterium circuits. The men's and women's races will take place in the evening of Saturday 18th May around a 1.4km circuit that tackles the cobbled climb of South Street before finishing underneath the spire of the city's cathedral. It will form part of a bigger free-to-attend festival of cycling across the day with various events taking place throughout the day. Race director Mick Bennett announced the return of the Tour Series to Durham for the 10th consecutive year, labelling it as one of the best courses across the whole series. 'Fans love it, locals love it and the riders do, too, so I’m thrilled to announce the OVO Energy Tour ...

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