On Sunday, September 6, for the first time in its modern history, the Tour of Britain will begin in North Wales, racing from Anglesey to Wrexham.
With a high-class field including Sir Bradley Wiggins and Mark Cavendish, plenty of cycling enthusiasts from Chester are likely to make the short trip over the border to watch the action.
So here is a handy breakdown of the route and the times cyclists will be passing through the region...
Llanberis will then host the opening Sprint of the 2015 race before tackling the opening King of the Mountains climb of Llanberis Pass, in the shadow of England and Wales’ highest mountain, Snowdon.
Denbighshire will be the fourth region the route takes in, passing through the county town of Denbigh and will include the second sprint at Pentre Llanhaeadr and the third and final King of the Mountains climb of the Bwlch out of Ruthin into the Clwydian Hills.
Beaumaris (11am)– Menai Bridge – Llanberis – Pen-y-Pass – Betws-y-Coed – Llanrwst – Denbigh – Ruthin – Mold – Buckley – Wrexham (3.10pm).
More information about the Tour of Britain can be found HERE.