The Tour of Britain kicks into action on Tuesday 30 August and runs until Sunday 4 September.
Last year's race was won by Mauricio Ardila
It weaves through a host of towns and cities, including Glasgow, Carlisle, Sheffied, Birmingham and London.
We look at where the Tour will call and where you can watch all the action.
All times are in BST and are estimated.
STAGE ONE - GLASGOW TO CASTLE DOUGLAS - 114.5 MILES
1030: Start - George Square, Glasgow
1205: Gemmel Avenue, Cumnock
1500: Finish - King Street, Castle Douglas
STAGE TWO - CARLISLE TO BLACKPOOL - 100.9 MILES
1045: Start - Carlisle Castle, Carlisle
1205: Shap Fells
1245: Blease Hill
1430: Finish - Sandcastle, Blackpool
STAGE THREE - LEEDS TO SHEFFIELD - 104.2 MILES
1030: Start - Millennium Square, Leeds
1315: Holme Moss
1445: Finish - Pinstone Street, Sheffield
STAGE FOUR - BUXTON TO NOTTINGHAM - 114.5 MILES
1030: Start - Pavilion Gardens, Buxton
1445: Finish - The Embankment, Nottingham
STAGE FIVE - BIRMINGHAM CITY CENTRE TIME TRIAL - 2.5 MILES
1130: Riders placed 96th to 76th
1150: Riders placed 75th to 56th
1210: Riders placed 55th to 36th
1230: Riders placed 35th to 16th
1250: Riders placed 15th to 1st
Riders go in reverse order from overall standings
STAGE SIX - WHITEHALL, LONDON - 37.3 MILES
1515: Stage start
1645: Stage finish
Grandstand will have a 90 minute Tour of Britain special on Sunday 11 September at 1335 on BBC Two