In a nutshell…
Your VIP area opens at around 08:30 and you’ll be in an amazing spot, very close to the start line. You’ll catch all the action, including team presentations and rider interviews, while being surrounded by likeminded fans, guaranteeing the super atmosphere you’d expect at the Tour of Britain.
You’ll have around 3 hours in the venue, but exact timings will be confirmed on your final documentation around 7-10 days before the race.
The race starts at around 10am but ETA’s for each stage will be published in August, so you know when and where to expect the riders.
From Penzance, riders will head to the coast, past St Ives, Hayle and Gwithian. Riders will catch spectacular views of Falmouth Bay as they head to the city of Truro, before heading back to the north coast to take in Newquay Bay. The race passes the world famous Eden Project before finishing up in Bodmin, with a 700-metre uphill drag to the line.
The race usually finishes at around 3/4pm, but ETA's will be released in August later this year.