Round Four of The Tour Series sees us visiting our second new venue of 2017 and arguably the most iconic location that the team based Series will ever have raced in. Wembley Park is an area undergoing a landmark regeneration, with the races held on a 1.5km circuit of the area, including the concourse of Wembley Stadium and Olympic Way, known to fans the world over as Wembley Way.

There will be plenty going on throughout the day at the Wembley Park round on Tuesday 16 May, with the event promo zone outside of the SSE Arena, which will include places to eat and drink.

Look out for Oakley with their O-Lab so you can test and buy the latest products, Dare2b selling Tour Series merchandise (plus a range of cycling kit) and the Every Can Counts campaing, showing why it's important to recycle your aluminium cans.

We'll also have Transport for London with their safer places cycling campaign plus our other partners Eisberg, Wiggle, Fenwicks and HIGH5 – so there'll be plenty of chances to sample or pick up the latest products.

During the morning we will have highlights from the opening three rounds of The Tour Series on big screens, before switching to coverage of the Giro d'Italia time trial, so you can settle down to watch Italy's Grand Tour before the Tour Series stars hit the circuit.

We'll also be showing the evening's racing on the big screen too, so wherever you are around the finish and promo zone you'll be able to view the action.

After lunch there will be support activities on the Finish straight alongside the London Designer Outlet with schools from Brent getting the chance to ride in the safe, closed road atmosphere.

The three main races will then be as follows:

  • 16:30, Brother Corporate GP – pro-am relay event, watch as 16 corporate teams are joined by an elite rider to battle for victory around the Wembley Park circuit
  • 18:30, Round Four, Matrix Fitness GP Series – 13 of Britain's best women's teams battle for victory. Drops lead the way but face a stern challenge from Team Breeze and Team WNT over 45-minutes.
  • 20:30, Round Four, The Tour Series – one-hour of blisteringly fast, action packed racing around the iconic circuit featuring World and Olympic Champions.  Madison Genesis lead, but only on countback over JLT Condor, who will be hoping to get back on top after their home event at Wembley Park.

How to get there – train or tube
Wembley Park is very well connected, with access to three stations and excellent road links too.

Wembley Park is served by three tube lines with central London just minutes away.  The Jubilee and Metropolitan lines connects to Wembley Park station, a short walk north from the circuit, 

The Bakerloo line heads to Wembley Central as does London Overground with that station again a short walk south west from the circuit.  You can also reach Wembley via Chiltern or Southern Railways.

For how to reach Wembley Park via train or tube, please click here.

How to get there – car
Five car parks with over 3,000 spaces make parking at Wembley Park easy, with all the cars parks within easy reach of The Tour Series circuit.

How to get there – bus
A number of bus routes serve Wembley Park, click here for more.

For information on car parking, please click here.

And if you're cycling to Wembley Park, there is limited, free cycle parking at the Brent Civic Centre

You can check out a map of the circuit below, with the start/finish line alongside the London Design Outlet, close to Costa Coffee and Pret A Manager, opposite the children's play area.

Scroll down to find out about where to eat and drink…


Spectators coming to the Wembley Park round will be spoilt for choice on places to eat and drink during the day and post-race.

You can find an interactive map of places to eat at Wembley Park here.  Within the London Design Outlet there are all the famous names you'd expect, from Pizza Express and Prezzo through to Las Iguanas and TGI Friday's, plus coffee shops such as Costa Coffee and Pret a Manager if you want to grab something quickly.

Check out the full list here with most open until late if you fancy a post-race drink or bite to eat.