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19:00, 3 SEP 2016
Where to watch the Tour of Britain within an hour's drive from Chester
Sir Bradley Wiggins and Mark Cavendish are among the riders
Tour of Britain 2016: World's top teams and riders to race through Cheshire
September's event, which includes stages in Cheshire and North Wales, will feature 10 teams currently racing in the Tour de France
Your guide to watching the Tour of Britain 2015 this weekend
Race will pass through all six regions of North Wales, finishing in Wrexham
Opinion: Why hasn't Chris Froome received the plaudits he deserves?
Cyclist became first Brit in history to win two Tour de France titles but has failed to win over the public
Tour of Britain 2014: Bradley Wiggins draws the crowds in Cheshire
Fans turn out to greet top cyclists as they ride through Kingsley and Runcorn
Tour of Britain: Your pictures
Spectators line the streets as race passes through Cheshire villages
Sir Bradley Wiggins and Mark Cavendish to race through Cheshire villages
Spot cycling stars on The Friends of Life Tour of Britain
Frodsham and Helsby
MBE honour after 40 years’ military service
Queen’s honour for former Welsh Guard and policeman born and bred in Helsby
Four wheels bad - two wheels good - two feet even better!
Cheshire West and Chester Council issue the Workplace Challenge
Chester cyclists catch stars out on tour
City cycle group watch Sir Bradley Wiggins on Tour of Britain in Flintshire
Cycling: Tarporley businessman Adrian Lomas hits the road for ‘Tour de France’ challenge
A BUSINESSMAN is to take on the route of the world’s most famous cycling challenge to help raise funds for a national charity.
Cheshire schoolboy Brook Hill on the road to a ‘miracle recovery’ after ski accident
A SCHOOLBOY left in a coma fighting for his life after a freak skiing accident is back home and on the road to a ‘miracle’ recovery – with a little help from some celebrity friends.
Former Chester university student Dave Brailsford named BBC Sports Personality Coach of the Year
UNIVERSITY of Chester graduate Dave Brailsford has been named this year’s BBC Sports Personality Coach of the Year.
Joe Allen says Liverpool FC are winning their mind games thanks to Dr Steve Peters
JOE ALLEN has hailed the contribution of Liverpool’s top sports psychiatrist in helping him make such an impressive start to his Anfield career.
Liverpool FC appoint top-rated sports psychiatrist Dr Steve Peters
LIVERPOOL boss Brendan Rodgers has secured the services of top sports psychiatrist Dr Steve Peters to help his players with the mental side of the game.
Chester woman gets back in the saddle for charity
As a keen runner, Helen Watson always liked to keep herself fit, but she hadn’t ridden a bicycle since she was a teenager.
Cycling: Increasing interest in cycling in Chester after stunning British Tour de France and 2012 Olympics success
IF any sport can ever be likely to inspire youngsters it’s usually one that can boast British success.
Chester Cycling Campaign seeks improvements to city routes following Olympics success
MORE work needs to be done in Chester to really entice budding cyclists to make use of the city’s routes, following Team GB’s Olympics success.
Kirkburton policewoman swaps village life for Olympic fever
SHE may not have won any medals but a Kirklees policewoman has put in an Olympic effort at the 2012 Games.
Tour De France competitor born in Chester recalls cycling memories
AS Tour De France winning Bradley Wiggins and silver medallist Lizzie Armitstead are inspiring cyclists across the city, a Chester-born rider has been recalling the times he was in the saddle for world classic events.
Blood Red: Liverpool FC fan and Tour de France winner Bradley Wiggins set to be given VIP treatment at Anfield
LIVERPOOL will offer Bradley Wiggins the VIP treatment at Anfield following his heroic victory in the Tour de France.
Weaver duo in running
CYCLING: Carl Ruebotham and Dave McKay came second in the Wills Wheels two-mile two-man team time trial last week, recording a time of 55mins 49secs - the Weaver Valley Cycling Club men were beaten by the Preston Wheels team with 54mins 9secs.
Miles of smiles for Hopkinson
CYCLING: The annual 12-hour time trial, mostly in Cheshire, was won by Chris Hopkinson, of Mat-lock Cycling Club, who covered more than 260 miles.