See below for a comprehensive circuit map of the closed road course that the riders will tackle within the historic town. Alternatively you can download a PDF version of the map here.
Thousands of spectators are expected to come to Bath on Saturday 20 May, as it plays host to the first ever Saturday night stage of The Tour Series, with a brand new city centre route, starting and finishing on the majestic Great Pulteney Street. At over 300m long and 30m wide, the road itself is the widest and the grandest in Bath.
As the only city in the UK to be designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Bath is an internationally-celebrated tourist destination.
It's not just the city's incredible history, stunning Georgian architecture and beautiful setting that make it so unique. In Bath you will also find a vibrant, modern city with two leading universities, a year-round calendar of festivals and other events as well as the stunning 21st century thermae spa where you can enjoy 360 degree views of Bath from their impressive rooftop pool. The fifteenth century Bath Abbey and the world-famous Roman Baths in the heart of the city are 'must-sees' for any visitor.
Bath's rich diversity of museums, galleries and attractions are all within easy walking distance and offer art, culture and history lovers everything from Astronomy and Fashion to American history and East Asian Art.
The Tour Series arrives in Bath on an exciting weekend for the City, with the Party in the City on Friday 19 May, signifying the start of The Bath Festival, a celebration of words, music and literature. In addition the iconic Royal Crescent, the backdrop to the Tour Series in 2015, celebrates its 250th anniversary on Sunday 21 May.
Race spectators are encouraged to make a weekend of it in Bath, take a walk around the city, take in the heritage, browse the independent and well known high street shops or visit some of the many cafes, restaurants and bars.