Over the next five weeks, 10 cities will play host to the circuit-racing series, won last year by the Rapha Condor JLT squad, and ITV4 will broadcast the highlights of each round.
Starting in Ryde, the series heads to Redditch, Aberystwyth, Motherwell, Durham, Barrow, Croydon, Canary Wharf, Peterborough and Bath, where the overall individual winner will be crowned.
ITV4 will broadcast the highlights the day after each round, starting at 8pm on Friday, May 15, for all the action from the Island.
Ned Boulting will be on hand to present the programmes from a number of rounds, with Jill Douglas filling his shoes in his absence, with each programme available to watch online for 30 days after its transmission.
Full TV schedule
Friday 15 May Ryde, Isle of Wight - ITV4, 8pm
Wednesday 20 May Redditch* - ITV4, 8pm
Monday 25 May Aberystwyth - ITV4, 9pm
Wednesday 27 May Motherwell* - ITV4, 10.15pm
Friday 29 May Durham - ITV4, 9pm
Sunday 31 May Barrow - ITV4, 9pm
Wednesday 3 June Croydon* - ITV4, 10pm
Friday 5 June Canary Wharf - ITV4, 10pm
Wednesday 10 June Peterborough* - ITV4, 8pm
Friday 12 June Bath* - ITV4, 8pm
* indicates highlights of the women's Matrix Fitness Tour Series
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Stuart Clarke is a News Associates trained journalist who has worked for the likes of the British Olympic Associate, British Rowing and the England and Wales Cricket Board, and of course Cycling Weekly. His work at Cycling Weekly has focused upon professional racing, following the World Tour races and its characters.
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