See the climax of the Aviva Tour of Britain as the world's top cyclists arrive on the streets of London for the final stage in the prestigious race.
Starting in Anglesey on 6 September, The Tour makes its way through Wales, Scotland and England to London, where spectators can see the world's top cyclists negotiate a new route for 2015.
Riders will start and finish on Regent Street, taking in some of the city's most famous landmarks, including Piccadilly Circus, Trafalgar Square, The Strand and Whitehall over 15 laps of the 6.2km circuit. There will be three sprints as part of the race, with vital bonus seconds up for grabs.
The circuit race has been previously won by the likes of Mark Cavendish and Bradley Wiggins. Last year, Marcel Kittel beat Cavendish to the line in the final sprint.
This year sees nine teams taking part, including Tour de France Yellow Jersey winners Team Sky. Check back nearer the time for full details of the riders, events and activities during the race day.