Tour of Britain
Some of the world's top cyclists are heading for Somerset and Devon in the Tour of Britain.
You can watch from the roadside as some of the biggest names in the sport sweep through the area, including spectacular sprints and action packed finishes.
Starting with a stage from Rochdale to Blackpool September 11th, the Tour ends in London on September 18th.
Among the field of international performers are Britain's Olympic medallists Bradley Wiggins and Geraint Thomas.
Check out the schedule and pick your spot to see the race go by.
Stage 4: Minehead to Teignmouth, Tuesday 14th September, start 10.15am .
See details here
Start: Minehead - 10:15
KoM: Lype Hill - 10:50
Sprint: Blue Anchor - 11:18
KoM: Ralegh's Cross 11:36
Sprint: Honiton - 12:49
Sprint: Sidmouth Esplanade - 13:10
KoM: Peak Hill - 13:15
Finish: Teignmouth Promenade - 14:15
Stage 5: Tavistock to Glastonbury, Wednesday 15th September, start 10am.
See details here
Start: Tavistock Town Hall - 10:00
KoM: Merrivale - 10:25
Sprint: Cheriton Bishop - 11:22
KoM: Whitestone - 11:32
Sprint: Cullompton - 12:11
KoM: Coombe Hill - 12:35
Sprint: Langport - 13:07
Finish: Glastonbury - 14:05
*KoM = King of the Mountains
**(All timings are approximate)
Stage 1: Rochdale to Blackpool, Saturday 11th September, start 10.30am. See details here
Stage 2: Stoke-on-Trent, Sunday 12th September, start 10.15am. See details here
Stage 3: Newtown to Swansea, Monday 13th September, start 10.15am. See details here
Stage 6: Kings Lynn to Great Yarmouth, Thursday 16th September, start 11am. See details here
Stage 7: Bury St Edmunds to Colchester, Friday 17th September, start 10.15am. See details here
Stage 8: London (Docklands), Saturday 18th September, start 2pm. See details here