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14 December 2012, 12:13
The Tour de France is coming back to the streets of London.
The world famous race, which was won by Bradley Wiggins this year, will return in 2014.
The first and only time part of it has been held in London was back in 2007.
The opening stage of the race will begin in Leeds, with 2 days of racing in the north of England, before heading to London and continuing on in France.
Prime Minister David Cameron says "it's great to see more cycling success" for Britain.