Cycling fans in Birmingham and the West Midlands will have the chance to see Britain’s top cyclists in action on Tuesday, as The Pearl Izumi Tour Series swings into Redditch.

Olympic Champion Ed Clancy, World Track Champion Andy Tennant and double 2013 round winner Yanto Barker of Series leaders Team UK Youth will be among the stars in action in the hour long race.

Race goers also have a double treat in store, as some of the UK’s top female cyclists will also be racing, as the women’s Johnson Health Tech Grand Prix Series makes its debut in Redditch.

Thousands of fans flocked to Redditch for the inaugural Pearl Izumi Tour Series event in the town 12-months ago, with crowds this year expected to be even higher, at the event backed by Worcestershire County Council’s Choose how you move Redditch project.

Entering Round Seven the squad of Team UK Youth, backed by Formula One World Champion Nigel Mansell, lead the way with a seven point advantage over nearest rivals Team Raleigh, while in the women’s Series, Hannah Barnes of the locally sponsored MG Maxifuel team leads the way in the individual standings with Team MuleBar Girl – Sigma Sport the leading women’s team.

The women’s Johnson Health Tech Grand Prix Series race gets underway on Tuesday 4th June at 6pm with the men’s Pearl Izumi Tour Series race starting at 7.30pm.

Highlights of Round Seven from Redditch will be shown on ITV4 at 10pm on Wednesday 5th June and repeated the following morning at 10.30am.